EECP (Enhanced External Counter pulsation) treatment is a non-invasive therapy that aims to improve blood flow and enhance cardiovascular function.
ESMR (Extracorporeal Shockwave Myocardial Revascularization) is an advanced medical procedure that utilizes shockwaves to stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in the heart.
Dr Swapnil Shah has completed his M.D from one of the most reputed medical colleges in Asia, N.H.L. Medical College Ahmedabad. He is in charge of the Lyfstyle Wellness Center as well.
He has a vast hands-on experience in the medical field, treating many heart and diabetic patients. His main concentration is not just to treat the patients but to prevent the disease from happening as much as possible.
He has worked for five years in the USA and has helped improve patients’ wellness in many ways. With his guidance and leadership and an equally complete and dedicated team, we can serve people in the best ways possible. He is well known in India for providing non-surgical heart treatments like EECP and Chelation Therapy.
EECP improves collators circulation of heart so heart works better.
Many patient’s with low EF ( Ejection faction ) so markedly improvement in EF after EECP therapy.
EECP promotes collateral development and improve myocardial perfusion.
EECP success rate is 95% or more.
During ESMR therapy, shockwaves are delivered externally to the chest using a specialized device. The shockwaves travel through the tissues and reach the heart muscle, promoting the release of growth factors that help in the development of new blood vessels. This improves blood flow to the heart and can alleviate symptoms of coronary artery disease.
ESMR therapy is primarily used for the treatment of chronic stable angina pectoris, a condition characterized by chest pain or discomfort due to reduced blood flow to the heart. It may also be considered for patients with other forms of coronary artery disease who are not suitable candidates for invasive procedures like angioplasty or bypass surgery
ESMR therapy is generally considered safe and well-tolerated. It is a non-invasive procedure that does not require anesthesia or hospitalization. However, like any medical intervention, there are potential risks and side effects, which should be discussed with a healthcare professional before undergoing the treatment.