Since 2002, when she launched Global Cardio Care, Inc. to manage physician practices that deliver EECP to those suffering from cardiovascular disease, Sara Soulati has been widening and improving her knowledge about EECP and its effect on human physiology.
Recently, on February 25, 2017, the world learned the news of Bill Paxton's death after complications from open-heart surgery. He was just 61-years-old, an actor and celebrity. He starred in Aliens, Titanic, and Apollo 13 among many other movies. Celebrities at the Oscar's the next day mourned, and others mourned, too.
Mr. Paxton is not the only person to suffer the horrors of open-heart surgery. There are many faces, unknown to the world of celebrity, who die unnecessarily, too.
EECP Is An Alternative To Open-Heart Surgery
EECP is a non-invasive method of preventing and reversing cardiovascular disease. When the procedure is combined with the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, a lifestyle modification program, then people have an alternative to having their chest cracked open.
EECP has been around since the 1960s and in the 1970s it began to get FDA clearance for people suffering heart attack in the emergency room. It is a passive exercise and a second heart for the body.
You're hooked to an EKG, and three sets of cuffs wrap around calves, thighs, and buttocks. When the heart is at rest, the cuffs inflate in rapid sequence and squeeze the lower extremities causing enhanced circulation. When the heart pumps the cuffs deflate. The mechanism is like a second heart pumping for the body, and each organ is re-profused with oxygenated blood that helps the heart do its job.
During this procedure, the arteries also benefit. EECP causes secretion of hormones in the lining of the arterial wall, called the endothelium. The hormones cause the arteries to become elastic and supple. At the same time, new collaterals form around blockages in the arteries. This is called angiogenesis, and EECP is clinically proven to promote angiogenesis.
Why Consider EECP?
If you are plagued with cardiovascular disease and your arteries are clogged with plaque, then EECP could be an option for your future health. The prescription is written by a cardiologist whose judgment it is to prescribe the therapy based on a person's medical history.
People who come to the physician practice at Global Cardio Care Centers and Global Cardio Care -- West Los Angeles are supervised by physicians during EECP. They also learn about lifestyle modification each day and experience daily audio learning with the Sara Says program.
EECP is known to positively influence hypertension. Many, many people who come to the centers with high blood pressure often eliminate medication for hypertension. Others improve overall quality of life with better sleep, more stamina and endurance, and realize natural improvement in erectile dysfunction.
There are people with stroke who begin to walk and eat again and their speech patterns also improve. People lose weight without trying and even chest pain is reduced.
For everyone who has experienced invasive surgical procedures to heal the heart, please consider EECP first! See if you're a candidate for the therapy and learn how you can take control of a preventable disease. Call 310-473-3030 to learn more.