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Media Cholesterol Tests From A to Z

One of the simplest indicators of a person’s heart health is their cholesterol levels. Cardiologist Dr. Robert Segal with Manhattan Cardiology talks about cholesterol levels, health effects, and the tests people need to know about.

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Posted on June 3 2023
Media Hypertension: Can coffee consumption help lower blood pressure?

Coffee is among the most popular beverages around the world. Researchers investigated the effects of coffee consumption on blood pressure and found some positive news. Dr. Robert Segal, the founder of Manhattan Cardiology, was asked about the link to lowering blood pressure. Read the article in Medical News Today.

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Posted on February 20 2023
Media What is an Exercise Stress Test? | Dr. Jossef Amirian | Manhattan Cardiology

“An exercise stress test (sometimes referred to a treadmill test or exercise test) helps your doctor determine how well your heart handles work or stress. This test can bring to light potential issues such as abnormal heartbeat, reduced blood flow, and possible indicators of coronary heart disease. Transcription: An exercise stress test is a test […]

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Posted on December 21 2022
Media What is Pericarditis? | Dr. Ami Beniaminovitz | Manhattan Cardiology

 “Pericarditis is inflammation of the pericardial sac, which is the fibroelastic sac that surrounds the heart. At Manhattan Cardiology patients are provided with the highest quality care due to our excellent doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, sonographers, and support staff. We customize care for each patient and perform testing on-site allowing our […]

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Posted on December 16 2022
Media What Is A Stroke Screening? | Dr. Jossef Amirian | Manhattan Cardiology

“Strokes and heart attacks are two of the most common causes of death in the United States, accounting for a combined ⅓ of all American deaths annually. 1.5 million Americans will suffer a heart attack or stroke this year. Some of the main contributors to heart attacks and strokes are cardiovascular ailments such as high […]

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Posted on December 14 2022
Media What is POTS? | Dr. Ami Beniaminovitz | Manhattan Cardiology

“At Manhattan Cardiology patients are provided with the highest quality care due to our excellent doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, sonographers, and support staff. We customize care for each patient and perform testing on-site allowing our patients to receive same-day results. We spend ample time with our patients explaining their medical needs and […]

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Posted on December 2 2022
Media Meet Dr. Jossef Amirian | Cardiologist | Manhattan Cardiology

“Jossef Amirian, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.S.E., C.B.N.C., R.P.V.I. is a compassionate and detail oriented Board Certified Cardiologist. Dr. Amirian is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of all aspects of cardiology with a particular interest in heart disease, preventative health, cardiovascular imaging and peripheral vascular disease. Dr. Jossef Amirian has been awarded several honors and distinctions. […]

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Posted on November 27 2022
Media Melissa | Revenue Cycle Manager | Billing at Manhattan Cardiology

  “At Manhattan Cardiology patients are provided with the highest quality care due to our excellent doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, sonographers, and support staff. We customize care for each patient and perform testing on-site allowing our patients to receive same-day results. We spend ample time with our patients explaining their medical needs […]

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Posted on November 16 2022
Media High Cholesterol | Dr Beniaminovitz | Manhattan Cardiology

Dr. Ami Beniaminovitz discusses high cholesterol and how it can be treated.

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Posted on December 27 2021
Media Myocarditis Looms as Threat to Athletes Recovering from COVID 19 | Dr Jossef Amirian

Our cardiologist, Dr. Jossef Amirian, was featured on Cheddar News discussing how myocarditis looms as a threat to athletes that are recovering from COVID 19.

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Posted on December 27 2020