Cardiovascular disease, although a preventable disease, is still the most common killer all around the world. Prevention is possible, especially when patients actively participate in their care. This is a team game and my primary duty as a non-invasive cardiologist is to have my patients take a primary role in their own care. This is how we can win the game.
With an extreme interest in social sciences, my background is quite untraditional. The social sciences that I have the strongest interest in are sociology, history and archeology. In my opinion, these fields help us understand the true nature of human beings.
While I was searching for the best way to touch people’s lives in a good way, I came to realize that medicine and practicing as a physician not only would create the most direct social interactions of all but also would enable me to have a direct impact on a person’s life.
Creating Insight is very critical in any form of treatment and this is actually the game changer. On a daily basis I am determined to create insight.
Then new technology and advancements in medicine/cardiology allow the prevention of the most dangerous and deadly consequences of heart disease.
I have strong interest in advanced imaging technologies in cardiovascular diseases. Only with continued development of more advanced skills and knowledge in the latest technology/imaging techniques shall I be able to achieve the goal and passion of screening and preventing the preventable.
With our continued efforts together with our patients as a team we have the power and ability to change lives of many and stop heart disease being life threatening anymore. Heart disease is a life-threatening condition however it could be great chance that can change the lives. This is a team effort and my patients are the key member of the team.
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Blessing Health Center West Suite 230,
Quincy, IL 62301
Hannibal, MO 63401