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Blog Manhattan Cardiology Proudly Sponsors The 2016 Summer Olympics

Swimming, volleyball, gymnastics, track & field, and more. It’s all happening now in Rio de Janeiro as the world’s best athletes battle for the gold! Manhattan Cardiology proudly sponsors the 2016 Summer Olympics, and now you can experience the best care locally at Manhattan Cardiology. Come see us by booking an appointment online today. Enjoy […]

Posted on August 8 2016
Blog Get to know Dr. Jonathan N. Jordan, DO, FACC, RPVI.

Our team of experts is growing at Manhattan Cardio. Get to know Dr. Jonathan N. Jordan, DO, FACC, RPVI. Dr. Jordan is Board Certified in Cardiology and earned his D.O. at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He did his Fellowship and Chief Fellowship in Cardiology at Tampa Bay Heart Institute and Fellowship in Cardiology-Oncology […]

Posted on July 25 2016
Blog Heart health is important for the whole family!

Heart health is important for the whole family! Keeping your family heart healthy is easy – and fun! The following ideas, courtesy of American Heart Association, can be implemented slowly into your daily routine to keep your family healthy year-round. Plan family activity time. Block out two 30-minute and two 60-minute time slots for family […]

Posted on March 2 2016
Blog Dr. Segal Is A 2015 Castle Connolly Top Doctor!

We would like to congratulate Dr. Segal on earning the prestigious Castle Connolly Top Doctor award in Cardiology. Castle Connolly selects the best doctors across the nation based upon an extensive nominations process. Dr. Segal, along with Dr. Kalik, have been selected as 2015 Top Doctors in Cardiology and Internal Medicine, respectively. At Manhattan Cardiology, […]

Posted on February 2 2016
Blog Do Routine Check-Ups Save Lives?

Do routine check-ups save lives? Just ask David Epstein.   At Manhattan Cardiology, we believe prevention is the key to early detection. Be sure to visit your cardiologist annually to keep your heart healthy and prevent heart disease.

Posted on January 29 2016
Blog Women with AF at Higher Risk of Stroke

Atrial fibrillation (AF), or irregular heartbeat, affects 33.5 million people globally and is associated with a higher risk of stroke and death. Recent studies show that women with AF have a 12% higher mortality rate than their male counterparts with AF. These studies have encouraged doctors to perform more aggressive treatment of risk factors in […]

Posted on January 26 2016