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Eastside Heart and Vascular

Cardiac Odds That Men May Want to Consider

I’m not a gambler. I don’t like the idea of dropping quarters into a machine, hoping that a waterfall of coins will pour out at some point. I don’t try to beat a train at a railroad crossing. But, I do call my philosophy when thinking about men’s heart health as “The Las Vegas Philosophy.”

Dr. David B. Casey

Peripheral Artery Disease

Are you experiencing leg pain?
Leg pain comes in many shapes and sizes. It can be dull and aching or sharp and stabbing. Even tightness and tingling leg pain can be quite uncomfortable.

Eastside Heart and Vascular ribbon cutting with the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce on February 28, 2018 at the practice’s Snellville location.

Eastside Heart and Vascular celebrates heart month with community open house and ribbon cutting at Snellville location

Snellville- Eastside Heart and Vascular held a community open house in honor of Heart Month at their main office location at 1700 Tree Lane, Suite 190, in Snellville on Wednesday, February 28. The practice, which opened in late October of 2017, also celebrated with an official ribbon cutting by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce at this event. Attendees were able to tour the office and meet the Eastside Heart and Vascular physician team, which includes Dr. Niraj Sharma, Dr. Marcus Sims, Dr. Michael Lipsitt, Dr. Marc Unterman, and Dr. Demir Baykal.

Dr. Niraj Sharma

All You Need To Know About Afib

When your heart skips a beat, flutters or races away it could be the beginning of a serious rhythm called atrial fibrillation (Afib for short). Sometimes patients have no symptoms at all and are surprised when an EKG is done and shows Afib.

Dr. Marc Unterman

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Explained: The Most Common Cause of Heart Related Death Under the Age of 30

Snellville – Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the most common inherited cardiac disease and is present in 1 in 500 in the population. It is one of the most common causes of heart-related death under the age of 30 and can affect both men and women equally. In an effort to raise awareness about the symptoms of this disease and preventative measures and treatments that are available to patients, Dr. Marc Unterman, a cardiologist at Eastside Heart and Vascular, further, explains this condition.