A pacemaker is a small device, about the size of a pocket watch, that’s placed under the skin near your heart to help control your heartbeat. People may need a pacemaker for a variety of reasons; the most common condition is called arrhythmias, in which the heart’s rhythm is abnormal. A pacemaker is usually implanted with minor surgery, but every patient is different. Please speak to your physician or cardiologist for your individual condition and risk.
We will evaluate your pacemaker device and make sure it is working properly at proper time intervals.