Your heart is one of the most complex organs in your body, meaning it requires a specialized level of care. At the Stockton Cardiology Medical Group, our team of expert heart doctors has the skills and experience needed to care for you and your heart. Our clinic has been a part of the central California medical community for nearly 60 years. In that time, we’ve refined our heart care services to ensure we can address all of your pressing needs. Between appointments with our heart doctors, you can peruse our blog to learn more about our work, tips to keep your heart healthy, and much more. Schedule your appointment with us today.

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    Common Heart Terms, Part 2

    In our last blog post, we discussed some common heart terms that are useful to know when you are looking for cardiovascular care in the Stockton area. Medical terms, especially for specialties such as cardiology, can be difficult to decipher and downright confusing. The heart surgeons at Stockton Cardiology Medical Group offer the best in cardiovascular care, including electrophysiology services, …Read More

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    Common Heart Terms

    Every industry has its own lingo and acronyms that truly have to be learned. Even text messaging has gone the way of acronyms to the point you may have to ask someone what they mean if you’re unsure. Stockton Cardiology Medical Group offers a team of cardiologists who can help you with your heart concerns and problems. Whether you have a family history of heart disease or you just don’t feel y…Read More

  3. 7 Benefits of Exercise on the Heart – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Stockton Cardiology. This is part two of our blog series about the benefits of exercise on the heart. Exercise has a nearly endless list of benefits on the body but has proven to be an important part of reducing your risk factor for life-threatening cardiovascular diseases like heart disease and stroke. Read on to learn more about the benefits of exercis…Read More

  4. 7 Benefits of Exercise on the Heart – Part 1

    We’ve all heard it before: “exercise is good for your heart.” But have you ever stopped to wonder what specifically exercise does for the heart and what types of exercise are most beneficial to the heart? Here at Stockton Cardiology, it’s our top priority to ensure that everyone in our community is able to maintain their heart health, no matter their age. If you have any questions, don’t…Read More

  5. The Best Drinks to Mitigate Hypertension

    Welcome back to our blog feed! In our last blog, we’d discussed some diet tips that you can follow to maintain a healthy blood pressure in order to improve your cardiovascular health. Today, we’re continuing that theme, but we’re shifting a little bit. While, in our last blog, we’d discussed food that’s best to reduce or reverse high blood pressure, today we’re talking about drinks tha…Read More

  6. More Blood Pressure Reducing Strategies

    Quit Snoring If you’re snoring when you’re snoozing, your blood pressure may be suffering. Studies show that snoring, and consequently sleep apnea, can cause the release of aldosterone, a hormone which can cause blood pressure to rise. Seek help from a doctor to assess the snoring, the severity of the problem, and possible solutions. About 50 percent of those who suffer from sleep apnea also h…Read More

  7. Diet Tips to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    Welcome back to our cardiology blog! In our last article, we’d talked about different ways that you can help your cardiovascular health and lower your blood pressure through exercise. Today, we’re continuing that theme with dietary recommendations that are ideal for those suffering from high blood pressure (also known as hypertension). Great Food for Hypertension We are what we eat. And while …Read More

  8. Exercise Tips to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    A healthy blood pressure promotes whole-body health. Yet high blood pressure, or hypertension, can lead to a litany of problems, including aneurysms, an enlarged heart, coronary artery disease, stroke, dementia, kidney failure, and heart failure, among other issues. In short, it’s in your best interest to keep your blood pressure at a healthy, stable level. That’s not new news, especially for …Read More

  9. Relax for Heart Health!

    Stress may be harmful for your heart health. During stressful moments, your blood pressure can spike, and you may have an irregular heartbeat. Over time, with continual stress, you may increase your odds of heart disease or heart failure. On the flip side, relaxing and overcoming stress may help your heart health. That’s why we’re taking a moment today to offer up advice to aid you in relaxing…Read More