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Patient Advice: You May Need to ‘Fire’ Your Current Doctor

Cloud graphic - Michele Straube, A-Fib-free after 30 years - A=Fib.com

A-Fib-free after 30 years, Michele Straube from Salt Lake City, Utah.

‘I Want to Cure My A-Fib, Not Just Manage It.’

Keep in Mind: For many A-Fib patients, their best outcome came about only when they told their doctor, ‘I want to cure my A-Fib, not just manage it.’ (And, if needed, they also changed doctors.)

How to Find the Best Doctor for You

To be cured of your A-Fib, you may need to ‘fire’ your current doctor.

An electrophysiologist (EP), is a cardiologist who specializes in the electrical functions of the heart.

Seek an electrophysiologist (EP), a cardiologist who specializes in heart rhythm problems (the electrical functions of the heart). Do your research.

Look for a doctor who will partner with you to create a treatment plan—a path to finding your cure or best outcome. To learn how to make this happen, read Finding the Right Doctor for You and Your A-Fib.

Personal A-Fib Story: To learn the importance of finding the right doctor, read Michele Straube’s personal A-Fib experience: Cured after 30 years in A-Fib.

Run―don’t walk―to the best EP you can afford.

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