About Our Practice
Dr. Lees sees patients by appointment in his consulting rooms by referral from other physicians or who independently wish to be evaluated concerning their cardiac care.
The office welcomes new patients who are presently experiencing or have experienced any of the following symptoms or who have a history of heart disease or who have pre-existing medical conditions which might lead to or involve cardiac problems.
- Chest pain, also referred to as angina pectoris
- Shortness of breath, or exertional dyspnea
- TIA (transient ischemic attack) a transient ischemic attack (TIA) is an episode in which a person experiences stroke-like symptoms. A TIA is often considered a warning sign that a true stroke may happen in the future if something is not done to prevent it.
- Heart palpitations, also referred to as tachycardia
- Muscle cramps during exercise, (usually in the legs), referred to as intermittent claudication
- Abdominal pain or swelling (aneurysm)
- Sensation of cold or pain in toes, symptom of peripheral artery disease or pad
- High blood pressure, or hypertension
- Elevated cholesterol count, or hypercholesterolemia
- Sleep apnea
- Mitral valve prolapse, often diagnosed from symptoms of rapid heart beat
- Mitral insufficiency
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Dr. Lees discusses patient centered comprehensive cardiac care, detection of symptoms, diagnosis, intervention and his complete commitment to patient care.