CVAM CEO Achieves Board Certification in Medical Practice Management
Kyle Matthews, CVAM CEO, has earned the professional designation of Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) by the American College of Medical Practice Executives, the certification entity of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).
Fine Dining with a Fine Herb and Cheese Omelet
IDEAL PROTEIN WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM - regularly adding new tasty treats like herb & cheese omelets to tempt your taste buds!
Heart Procedures Performed Through Wrist Access
Dr. Ambrosia discusses the option of heart procedures performed through wrist access.
Atrial Fibrillation - A Patient's Story
Watch this video to see one patient's experience with atrial fibrillation and how board-certified cardiac electrophysiologist, Andrew Kaplan, MD used the new robotic technology to improve his quality of life.
Dr. Kaplan Completes Over 200 Cases with Sensei® Robotic System
In celebration of completing over 200 cases with the Sensei® Robotic System, Dr. Andrew Kaplan hosted a series of mobile robotic demonstration lab events throughout the Phoenix East Valley to show local residents as well as members of the medical community the technology firsthand.
Cardiovascular Effects of Obesity
Cardiovascular Effects of Obesity: Silent Progression by Alphonse M. Ambrosia, DO, Interventional Cardiologist, CVAM, CardioVascular Associates of Mesa
How Many Energy Drinks Have You Had?
A new question your cardiologist may ask you - how many energy drinks have you had?
Weight Loss - Try Ideal Protein Workshop
Ideal Protein is a medically supervised weight loss protocol dispensed only through health
care practitioners and designed to force your body to burn stored fat safely and
quickly. Call to attend a workshop: Marsha Warner Ideal Protein Coordinator (480) 641-5400.
The Connection Between Jaw Pain And A Potential Heart Attack
Interventional cardiologist, Suzanne Sorof, MD was featured in the August issue of The Arizona Republic's Livingwell AZ as she discusses nontraditional symptoms of a potential heart attack, such as jaw pain. Find out more in the article "How oral health affects overall health".
Be Your Own Advocate When It Comes to Heart Disease
Be your own advocate when it comes to heart disease - Suzanne Sorof, MD, Interventional Cardiologist
It is important to understand health information to make informed medical decisions. Fifty percent of people do not understand basic health care Information which puts them at greater risk for hospitalizations, medical complications and even death. You must know your numbers and be your own advocate.