Cardiovascular disease consists of a number of disorders distressing the structures or function of the heart which include heart attack, heart failure, vascular disease, abnormal heart rhythms, coronary artery disease, congenital heart disease, pericardial disease. A cardiologist specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases or conditions of the cardiovascular system. They have special training and skill in finding, treating and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels which a general physician cannot.
Dr. Lowell I Gerber MD is one such cardiologist who has vast experience in treating diseases of the heart and blood vessels. He specializes in treating coronary artery disease, heart failure, congenital heart defects and heart rhythm disorders. He has received extensive education which includes four years of medical school, three years of training in internal medicine and three or more years in specialized training. He received his medical degree from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. He is an ex-student of the University of South Florida College. Apart from being a cardiologist he specializes in personalized lifestyle medicine, proactive prevention, healthy aging and nutrigenomics. He has received certifications and licensure from FL State Medical License and ME State Medical License.
Dr. Lowell I Gerber MD is a longtime member of the American Heart Association or AHA and is a representative of the ABIM or American Board of Internal Medicine. In addition, he is a certified GAPS practitioner. He has professional memberships with Nutrition and Metabolism Society, Maine Gerontological Society, American Society of Bariatric Physicians or ASBP and American College of Cardiology or ACC. He is affiliated to the hospitals such as Maine Medical Center and Mercy Hospital of Portland. Dr. Gerber, MD is a medicare enrolled “Internal Medicine – Cardiovascular Disease” doctor in Freeport, Maine.
He has helped millions of patients to lead a normal life even after having heart attacks as he believes that right medication, exercise and balanced diet can help an individual to stay strong and helps the heart to function effectively. He says that patients with congenital heart defects do not always require surgery or cardiac catheterization as there are certain medications that can help in treating the conditions. Dr. Gerber also states that regular cardiac screening can determine diseases in the initial stage and prevent them from becoming fatal. Thus, he encourages people of all age group to undergo regular checkups to keep the heart healthy and happy.
Located in Free port, Maine, Dr. Lowell I Gerber MD is an active advocate of personalized nutrition who states that early diagnosis and treatment can help people who have heart failure to live longer, and to lead active lives. In addition, he states that by taking medication as recommended by the physician one can keep the symptoms under control. He has received many awards and recognition for his contribution in the field of cardiology.
Thus, one should seek assistance of a cardiologist such as Dr. Gerber for any irregularities or abnormalities in the cardiovascular system.