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Apex Heart and Vascular Center (Vein Clinic)

We are seeing patients both virtually (telehealth) and in person.

We are offering Saturday and Late Night Hours.

American Heart Health Month

Welcome to American Heart Health Month! At Apex Heart and Vascular Care Vein Clinic, we stand as warriors in the battle against cardiovascular diseases. As February dawns upon us, it’s not just Valentine’s Day when we should focus on the heart; it’s a crucial moment to spotlight the importance of cardiovascular health, raise awareness, and …Continue reading

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DEBUNKING MYTHS ABOUT PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE

THE APEX TEAM HAS ACHIEVED… “My goal is to eradicate unnecessary amputations, especially in low-income communities of New Jersey.” “I dedicate much of my practice to shedding light on a disease with a worse prognosis and mortality rate than cancer but with 50 times less awareness in the community.” OUR VASCULAR DISEASE WARRIORS PVD affects …Continue reading

Peripheral Arterial Disease Awareness Month 2023-2024 Edition.

September is Peripheral Arterial Disease Awareness Month. PVD affects an estimated 20 million Americans. Yet, it is widely misunderstood by the public and often goes undiagnosed. PVD is treatable, and with early detection of the disease, millions could avoid serious help concerns related to PVD. Thanks to National PVD Awareness Month, a much-needed spotlight is …Continue reading

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Diets For Heart Disease and Diabetes

Best Diet for Heart Health, Heart Disease and Diabetes Top NJ Cardiologist: A Vegan Diet is good for heart disease patients  In this article, we will discuss: Is a plant-based diet good for heart disease patients? Do vegans get heart disease? Can plant-based diets reverse clogged arteries? Will a vegan diet reverse heart disease? Do …Continue reading

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Diabetes Complications

The complications of uncontrolled diabetes What other problems can people with diabetes have? What are the complications of diabetes and what complications can diabetes lead to? Hypoglycemia, Ketoacidosis (DKA), Kidney Disease (nephropathy), Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetic Foot Ulcers that lead to lower limb amputation, Heart Disease and Stroke, Nerve disease (diabetic neuropathy), and Eye disease (diabetic retinopathy) …Continue reading