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The Top Interventional Cardiologist in Pittsburgh

Invasive & Interventional Cardiology

The idea of having a medical procedure on one’s heart -- especially an invasive cardiology procedure -- is frightening for many people, and understandably so. But for many patients struggling with vascular and cardiac conditions, minimally-invasive solutions are possible that can improve outcomes, cause less trauma to the body, and offer long-term relief from life-threatening symptoms.

At Shadyside Cardiovascular, PLLC, we proudly provide minimally-invasive surgery and interventional cardiovascular disease treatment to those who are struggling with conditions of the heart. Our highly-trained cardiovascular specialists are passionate about providing the least invasive solutions possible in order to minimize your pain, cost, and recovery time.

If you’re ready to receive the top-quality care available from some of the best cardiologists in Pittsburgh, now is the time. Schedule your first appointment with Shadyside Cardiovascular, PLLC today.


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Experienced Minimally-Invasive Cardiologists in Pittsburgh

The team of interventional cardiologists at Shadyside Cardiovascular, PLLC is experienced in providing a number of procedures at the cutting edge of our field. Some of the most common tests and procedures we perform for our patients include:

  • Cardiac Catheterization: In this procedure, your cardiologist will place a tiny tube (catheter) in your heart, using it as a pathway to “intervene” in the progress of your heart disease. This procedure is helpful for opening up narrowed blood vessels.
  • Coronary Angiography: Usually performed before a cardiac catheterization, coronary angiography allows your cardiologist to observe your blood vessels using x-rays.
  • Balloon Angioplasty and Stent Placement: Through a cardiac catheter, your cardiologist will insert a small balloon that will then be inflated to widen a narrowed blood vessel. Then, a stent (small tube) will be inserted into that vessel to keep it wide enough for blood to flow through.

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