Cardiologists are medical experts trained in the area of hearth health and the treatment of heart problems. At Spire Wellesley, we provide rapid access to cardiologists in Southend-on-Sea, who can diagnose and treat a variety of common conditions.
By running tests and checks like Electrocardiograms (ECGs) and heart MRI scans, they can get to the bottom of what’s causing your symptoms. From there, they’ll recommend one of several treatments available, usually involving a routine procedure that’ll significantly improve your prognosis.
Treatments offered in Southend-on-Sea
Once the team have discovered the cause of your condition, they’ll be able to suggest the most appropriate form of treatment. Our cardiologists near Leigh-on-Sea can offer a variety of procedures that alleviate symptoms.
Conditions treated in Southend-on-Sea
Spire Wellesley is delighted to provide private cardiologists to Benfleet and other South East towns, whom have excellent knowledge of common heart conditions. Issues they identify and treat most frequently are:
Symptoms treated in Southend-on-Sea
Symptoms stemming from heart issues can cause you concern and discomfort, but they are not something you need to live with. Through the treatment available at Spire Wellesley, the team can provide relief from the likes of:
Tests and scans carried out in Southend-on-Sea
If you’re worried about your heart health and would like a check-up, get in touch with the team today. Based upon the symptoms you report, our consultants will decide which tests and scans to carry out, and this can include:
Spire Wellesley Hospital is located in Southend-on-Sea, to the northern fringes of the town on Eastern Avenue. This means this is also your nearest Spire facility if you live in neighbouring areas such as Canvey Island, Leigh-on-Sea and Rochford.
Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
BSc, MBBS, MRCP, PhD
I am able to provide a comprehensive service in all aspects of general adult cardiology including the assessment of patients with chest pain, palpitations, breathlessness, blackouts, light headedness/dizziness, peripheral oedema, and impaired exercise capacity…