Neeraj Tripathy, MD specializes in internal medicine and preventative cardiovascular health from an internist perspective. Dr. Tripathy has over 20-years of experience as a doctor. He is accepting new patients in his Ridley Park, PA, Springfield, PA and Philadelphia, PA office.
Yes, there are a number of foods that help increase cardiac health. Foods that lower cholesterol are a prime example of foods that help improve cardiac strength and performance. Whole grains, such as oatmeal and spelt, are other examples. Preventative cardiology is very much a partnership between the patient and the doctor. Learn more about being the champion of your own heart's health by talking with Dr. Tripathy about improving your diet to build a stronger heart.
The answer to this question is maybe. You may have expected the answer to be yes, but Dr. Tripathy recommends that you have a physical before you begin any kind of cardiac exercise program. This is so that you have guidance in choosing a cardiac exercise program that best fits your fitness level. The goal is that you gain heart health not to damage your heart or body by doing too much too soon.
Yes, you should. An annual heart checkup or physical is the perfect time to monitor cholesterol, blood pressure, and general health. This is also the perfect time for you to develop positive goals to improve your cardiac performance and to measure last year's goals too. Dr. Neeraj Tripathy, MD has a lot of experience in helping his patients find the best exercise and lifestyle to prevent heart disease. It is never too late to start being heart smart, and the perfect time to start a preventive cardiac program is while you are in your late teens. If you are ready to find the healthier you, just give Dr. Tripathy's office a call and set up an appointment today. Dr. Tripathy’s friendly staff will be able to assist you with any further questions you may have.
Most major insurance plans accepted. Please contact our office for any questions.