What is a cardiologist?
A cardiologist is a doctor who specializes in preventing, treating, and/or managing heart diseases and conditions. Visit our About page to learn more about our cardiologist, Dr. Raghav Sharma.
How do cardiologists treat heart disease?
To treat heart diseases and conditions, cardiologists can draw from an extensive range of diagnostic and interventional methods. Treatment can also entail medication, lifestyle coaching, or in some cases surgery. Visit our Symptoms & Conditions page to learn more about what treatments are relevant to which conditions. Also visit our Diagnostics and Intervention pages to learn more about the types of diagnostic exams and interventional procedures that we do here at Heartwell Cardiology.
Where is Heartwell Cardiology?
Heartwell Cardiology is located in the Orlando area. Our address is 1035 N. Orlando Ave., Ste. 205, Winter Park, Florida 32751
What makes Heartwell Cardiology different from other practices?
What sets Heartwell Cardiology apart is our philosophy – Meet, Treat, Thrive. This is our intuitive, successful three stage approach to cardiovascular care. Additionally, Dr. Sharma carries eight board certifications in the cardiology field, has a history of excellent procedural results, and is an excellent communicator who truly listens.
Does Dr. Sharma hold any board certifications?
Yes. Dr. Sharma is board certified in the following practice areas:
- Internal Medicine
- Interventional Cardiology
- Vascular Medicine
- Endovascular Medicine
- Nuclear Medicine
- Vascular Interpretation
What are Dr. Sharma’s credentials?
Find all the details on Dr. Sharma’s credentials by visiting our Dr. Sharma’s CV page.
What demographic does Heartwell Cardiology serve?
All are welcome.
What are the symptoms of heart disease?
Visit our Symptoms & Conditions page to learn more about which symptoms are specific to which types of conditions.
How do I know if I’m having a heart attack?
The most common symptoms of a heart attack are as follows:
- Chest pain or discomfort
- Feeling weak, light-headed, or faint
- Pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck, or back
- Pain or discomfort in one or both arms or shoulders
- Shortness of breath
What services does Heartwell Cardiology offered?
Here is a list of the services we offer:
- Cardiac consultation
- Vascular ultrasound
- Nuclear stress test
- Cardiac catheterization
- Peripheral vascular intervention
- Venous intervention
- Coronary intervention
- Stent implantation
- Venous ablation
Visit our Diagnostics and Intervention pages to learn more about these exams and procedures.
What is the price range for your services?
The cost of any service offered at Heartwell Cardiology is insurance based.
What insurance do you take?
Visit our Insurance & Billing page for a comprehensive list of all insurance plans accepted by Heartwell Cardiology.
How do I reach Heartwell Cardiology?
You can reach Heartwell Cardiology during normal business hours by calling us at (321) 274-8701. You can also fill out our contact form here on our website.
Do I schedule appointments online or by phone?
You can schedule appointments here on our website or by calling us at (321)274-8701.
What’s the average recovery time after an interventional procedure?
Recovery times vary from procedure to procedure. Visit our Intervention page to learn more about specific recovery timelines and other details.
Do interventional procedures hurt?
Most cardiovascular interventional procedures are either minimally invasive or not invasive at all, so pain is also minimal or a non-factor.
What kind of before and after care do you offer (before and after an interventional procedure)?
The type of care offered before and after an interventional procedure varies on a case by case basis. Typically, before care always involves a thorough patient-doctor consultation, and after care generally entails clinical follow-up appointments and instruction on lifestyle modifications that help patients maintain optimal cardiovascular health for the long run. Visit our Intervention page to learn more about specific details on what to expect before, during, and after an interventional procedure.
What kind of lifestyle modifications can I make to improve my cardiovascular health?
To optimize a patient’s heart health, Dr. Sharma often recommends lifestyle modifications like the following:
- Eat a heart healthy diet.
- If you drink alcohol, do so in moderation.
- Maintain an active lifestyle. Don’t be sedentary.
- If you smoke, then quit.
- If you’re on medication for your heart condition, then be sure to take it as directed.
- Be consistently cognizant of any changes in your health. If something doesn’t feel right, let Dr. Sharma know.