"I Haven't Missed a Beat"
Jonathan's afib was so bad, his heart beat up to 250 times a minute. He tried medication, but that stopped working. He was afraid he'd have to give up his job as a commercial airline pilot.
But thanks to three catheter ablations at UVA, Jonathan's back in the cockpit and running after his four grandkids.
Treating Afib Symptoms is Complex
There's no "one-size-fits-all" approach.
That’s why your care is tailored to your unique symptoms, afib heart rate, stroke risk, heart function and other conditions.
Everyone on your team — electrophysiologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses and research coordinators — specializes in the . The doctors who care for you participate in research and development of the latest afib causes and treatments.
We've seen more than 3,000 patients since 2004 — so you receive the most comprehensive, up-to-date evaluation and treatment for your condition.