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 07/27/2017

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Practice Resources
The information and links below are provided as a service to our patients.


Patient Education

Patient EducationPlease use the links below to access our vascular library which is provided to help you learn about cardiovascular conditions, diagnosis and treatment options. Learning more about heart and vascular conditions helps you better understand your diagnosis and treatment options. You and your pgysician can decide what the best plan is for you individually.

If you wish to register to our website to create a personal home page please call our tech support toll-free number and ask for our Practice Code. (800-603-1420) Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm EST. Registering gives you access to an even broader array of topics including more extensive patient education, wellness resources, information about support groups and recommended reading.

American Heart Association
The goal of the American Heart Association is to reduce heart disease and stroke through a wide range of public awareness, education and advocacy initiatives. AHA?s website helps educate consumers about the risk factors for these conditions and offers important prevention and treatment options. AHA also offers a free online tool called ?One Of A Kind,? which is a personalized health management program to help modify their lifestyle to reduce their risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke.
American Heart Association
American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is the largest source of private, nonprofit cancer research funds in the nation. It supports a wide range of research, education, advocacy, and service efforts to help prevent, reduce and treat cancer. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, ACS currently has 3,400 branches located throughout the country. ACS offers rehabilitation programs for patients and has an advocacy program to educate policy makers about this illness. ACS?s online cancer resource center is also an important source of information for people who have been diagnosed with this condition about how it will impact their lives. It presents facts in user-friendly terms and also offers a Spanish version.
American Cancer Society
World Hypertension League
If you want to know how to take your blood pressure correctly at home, check with the World Hypertension League for a series of recommendations. The World Hypertension League provides this and other important educational material for patients and health care providers. It works in conjunction with the World Health Organization (WHO) and other leagues and associations to detect, control and prevent arterial hypertension.
World Hypertension League
The National Stroke Association
The National Stroke Association (NSA) is working to save lives by reducing the number of strokes that occur. This national nonprofit organization is an excellent resource for health care professionals and consumers who want to learn more about this condition and find out how to prevent stokes, recognize the signs and symptoms, and access treatment options when necessary. NSA provides education, services and community-based activities to raise awareness that many strokes are preventable and treatable with prompt medical attention. Visit the website to test your stroke IQ and find out what you can do to reduce your likelihood of suffering from this life-threatening condition.
The National Stroke Association
The National Lymphedema Network (NLN)
The National Lymphedema Network (NLN) is an internationally recognized organization that works to standardize quality treatment for lymphedema patients throughout the United States. NLN was founded in 1988 to provide education and information about this serious condition for patients, health care professionals and the general public. NLN disseminates the latest research findings on how to prevent and also treat lymphedema Visit the website for information about NLN?s toll-free information line, referral services and medical alert bracelets.
The National Lymphedema Network (NLN)
Radiology Info
Within this site you will find concise, current and accurate information on radiologic science and procedures. The information includes how the procedures are performed, what you might experience, how to prepare for the exams and much more. An extensive glossary of terms is also included.
Radiology Info
Radiological Society of North America
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is a non-profit organization that provides a variety of education and clinical research programs for radiologists. Its goal is to help develop and promote high standards throughout the field. It also provides an important forum for radiologists to network and share ideas.
Radiological Society of North America




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