Cardiovascular Care at NYU Langone Medical Associates—Chelsea
At NYU Langone Medical Associates—Chelsea, our approach to treating heart disease centers around the knowledge that people with cardiac conditions often have other conditions simultaneously, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and stroke. Our cardiologists, vascular specialists, and arterial specialists work closely with experts in pulmonary, internal, and sleep medicine to deliver comprehensive, coordinated care.
Our experts develop a treatment plan to meet your unique health needs, and collaborate in real time and in the exam room—whether treating a single condition or multiple conditions that require integrated care.
Cardiovascular conditions we diagnose and treat include:
- adult congenital heart disease
- aortic aneurysm
- aortic valve disease
- atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter
- cardiomyopathy and heart failure
- carotid artery disease
- chronic venous insufficiency
- coronary artery disease
- deep vein thrombosis
- lower extremity arterial disease
- mitral valve disease
- thoracic outlet syndrome
- vascular malformations
Our doctors also emphasize early detection of heart disease and cardiovascular conditions. Your doctor carefully assesses your health, and then recommends appropriate tests to detect and diagnose any existing health problems. We offer a variety of cardiovascular testing services, including:
- electrocardiography (EKG)
- exercise stress echocardiography
- Holter and event monitors
- noninvasive arterial testing
- noninvasive venous testing
- nuclear exercise and pharmacologic stress testing
- tilt table testing
- transesophageal echo for atrial fibrillation
By detecting a condition before it progresses, our doctors can provide effective treatment—including noninvasive and minimally invasive procedures that are routinely performed as outpatient services.
Our doctors also perform transcatheter aortic valve replacements (TAVR) and other structural heart procedures, catheterizations, and angioplasties of the heart and peripheral arteries.