1. Varicose Vein Treatment Options

    As we discussed in our previous blog, varicose veins can sometimes cause you a lot of grief. If you are experiencing discomfort or pain from you varicose veins, then it is time to get them removed. Having varicose veins removed is an outpatient procedure that is minimally invasive, and can be taken care of in just a few hours time. The Cardio Metabolic Institute of New Jersey offers two different …Read More

  2. What Are Varicose Veins?

    Varicose veins are enlarged veins that are generally found on the legs and feet. The veins become enlarged due to increased pressure. They are usually dark blue or a purplish color. These veins are sometimes just a cosmetic inconvenience, but other times they can be the culprit of major medical issues. Let’s take a look at a few of the ways that varicose veins can potentially impact your health.…Read More

  3. How To Prevent Heart Disease

    Our heart is the most important organ in your body, besides your brain of course. Your heart is what keeps your blood pumping through your veins, and keeps you breathing, so why wouldn’t you want to treat it with the utmost respect and care? Let’s take a look at a number of ways that you can keep your heart healthy to prevent major cardiac issues. Nix Bad Habits There are some bad habits that …Read More

  4. The Cardio Metabolic Institute of New Jersey Full Logo

    Welcome To Cardio Metabolic Institute of New Jersey

    Welcome to the Cardio Metabolic Institute of New Jersey, where our goal for you is ultimate health and wellness. We want to help you recover from major cardiac surgery and prevent your body from needing future cardiac surgery. Our highly qualified and motivated employees are focused on your heart health, overall nutrition, and weight management ( for health reasons). We also offer varicose vein tr…Read More

  5. Aspirin for Prevention of Cardio Vascular Events

    Aspirin has been advocated for a long time to prevent heart attacks and strokes. Initially, it was found to be useful in reducing the risk of a second heart attack after a person had suffered one. Over the years, studies suggested that there may be a role for aspirin in the prevention of the first heart attack (primary prevention). However, more recently studies are questioning the efficacy of asp…Read More

  6. Words of Wellness

    As a Cardiologist, there are certain facts that are frequently referenced in our industry: Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in the United States By 2020, 40% of men and 43% of women will be obese and diabetic Introducing lifestyle modifications into your daily routine can help prevent diabetes and heart disease as well as complications resulting from them. Membership to CMI or any simil…Read More