Midwest Cardiology in Kansas City, Missouri with Reviews - YP.com

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01/08/2015
By: Jane R.
Northland Bone & Joint
We are grateful for the absolutely positive experience with Northland Bone and Joint and Dr. James Reardon. The office staff was very helpful to schedule a timely appointment. The front desk staff were very friendly. We were seen promptly at our appointment time with no wait. Michelle measured my son for a brace. She demonstrated great expertise and answered all of our questions. Dr. Reardon's exam was thorough and we appreciated him reviewing the MRI with us. We were very pleased with the professionalism of Dr. Reardon and his staff. I would highly recommend Northland Bone and Joint and Dr. Reardon for anyone needing orthopedic care.
03/16/2015
By: Darlene H.
Northland Bone & Joint
I have been a patient for over a year now. At first I was not impressed with the office staff but over the last few months the group has made some significant changes in how the office functions and now things run much smoother. It's refreshing to know they listened to their patient's complaints and improved the things that were a problem. The providers there are some of the best around and I appreciate their skill and talent in handling my case. I highly recommend them to anyone.
01/08/2015
By: Andrew P.
Northland Bone & Joint
The staff and doctors at Northland Bone and Joint were very helpful. I had very little wait time. They answered all of my questions and concerns. I would go back and recommend to family and friends.
Tips & Advices
The main difference separating a heart attack from heart failure is in the underlying reasons for the occurrence. Hearts attacks can be traced to blockages in arteries and acute flares, while heart failure is more likely to be due to congenital heart disease and a more developed condition.
Arrhythmia is an abnormal beating of the heart that may feel like it comes at a fluttering, accelerated, or otherwise irregular pace. While in many cases these occurrences can be infrequent, benign and go away on their own, if persistent, they may require further consultation with a cardiologist.
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Visits to a cardiologist typically entail a doctor reviewing and assessing your health, and more specifically within the context of your heart health. It is important to prepare for appointments by having a list of medications and any documents related to your medical history. Some tests (like EKGs) may be administered on a first visit.
Invasive cardiologists are distinguished from non-invasive cardiologists for their ability to perform a number of specialized procedures, including pacemaker and defibrillator insertions, cardioversions and emergent angioplasties.

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