We’ve all heard the statistics. Nearly 800,000 Americans die of a heart attack or stroke each year. Some with subtle or not so subtle warnings and others who appear to be a picture of fitness.
As we age, fear continues to escalate as we beg the question “will this happen to me?” Many of us know someone who did all the right things and still experienced an event. Why does this happen?
Since 2010, Dr. Larry Greenblatt has followed the heart attack and stroke prevention methodology, created by Doctors Brad Bale, MD and Amy Doneen, DNP – knowing that such tragedies can be avoided if we practice the right kind of health care. “Standard of Care” is not good enough to reach everyone.
Heart attacks and ischemic strokes ARE preventable at ANY age, and we know their causes. These causes have potential to be reversed. This methodology also has the ability to prevent many chronic diseases, or improve those that have begun.
It starts by taking a proactive interest to understand the real cause of disease, by seeking evidence of the disease itself, by addressing all the underlying factors and by monitoring success over time. This we call “Optimal Care.”