Heart and Vascular

Structural Heart

Heart and Vascular

Structural Heart

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Structural Heart Care in Ohio

Restoring the regular function of your heart

Age, injury or infection can alter the precise function of your heart. Our team of interventional cardiologists and surgeons take an equally precise approach to repair the damage and restore your health — helping you make a faster return to everyday life.

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Structural heart conditions we treat

Aortic stenosis

Stiffening of the aortic valve that narrows the valve opening, making the heart work harder to pump blood. This is one of the most common but most serious structural heart problems.

Aortic regurgitation

Blood leaking backward into the heart due to the aortic valve not closing completely.

Chronic total occlusion

Completely blocked arteries of the heart. Reopening these vessels can relieve chronic chest pain and shortness of breath.

Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy

Abnormal thickening of the septal heart muscle.

Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy

Abnormal thickening of the septal heart muscle.

Left atrial appendage occlusion

A treatement to reduce the risk of left atiral appendate blood clots from entering the bloodstream.

Mitral regurgitation

Blood leaking backward into the heart due to the mitral valve not closing completely.

Mitral stenosis

Stiffening of the mitral valve that narrows the valve opening, often caused by rheumatic fever. This can cause fluid buildup and shortness of breath.

Tricuspid regurgitation

When the valve between the two right heart chambers doesn't close properly and blood leaks backward.

What to expect during your first visit

Our structural heart clinic locations

Two types of clinics provide easy access to a team of experts who can evaluate your symptoms and personalize your treatment plan for the best possible outcome.


Structural Heart Clinic Locations