Your heart is a complicated machine, and to work properly it depends on getting the right electrical signals to stimulate activity. Electrophysiology is the study of how natural electrical currents are working in the body. We use electrophysiology to study the currents that control the beating of your heart. We can detect abnormal rhythms (heart arrhythmias) and correct them, either by correcting your body’s natural electrical currents or by installing a device (such as a pacemaker) to supply more rhythmic currents.
At Colorado Springs Cardiology, we offer the latest proven technologies. We can detect, diagnose, and treat heart arrhythmias. We treat you as a whole person and an individual, with a dedicated care team that gets to know you. We also offer telemedicine visits for consultations.
Electrophysiology includes diagnosing and treating heart arrhythmias. Colorado Springs Cardiology offers a full range of diagnostic electrophysiology and electrophysiology treatments.
Some of the electrophysiology procedures we offer include:
Colorado Springs Cardiology deploys the latest proven technologies and techniques to ensure you get state-of-the-art care for your heart. We have more physicians per specialty than any other cardiology practice in Southern Colorado. This helps you find a doctor that not only gives you confidence in their expertise, but one you feel comfortable working with.
Successful electrophysiology care depends on treating you as a whole person. In addition to your chosen specialist, you will have a dedicated care team. They don’t just get to know your condition, they get to know you. This ensures we treat you not just as a patient, but as a whole person.
During your consultations, we will explain everything to you in clear, precise language, making sure you understand your procedure in enough detail to make important decisions. We will give you an information packet so you can go back and refresh yourself on any information. You can always call us with questions.
Want to learn more about what sets Colorado Springs Cardiology apart? Please contact your primary care provider for a referral to an electrophysiologist or cardiologist for a consultation.