Integrative Cardiologist in Lanzarote

Revolutionizing Heart Care: Private Integrative Cardiologist in Lanzarote Embracing Functional Cardiology

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Cardiologia Integrativa Lanzarote - Integrative Cardiology Lanzarote

Learn how our integrative cardiologist in Lanzarote apply functional medicine to revolutionize patient care

When it comes to maintaining a healthy heart and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, it’s essential to know when and why you should consult a cardiologist.

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The Fundamental Values of HC Integra

All doctors in our clinic share the same values in how we treat our patients.

Medical Excellence

Medical excellence with modern contemporary medical techniques and state of the art technology.



  • Fully trained modern medical doctors


  • The newest treatments and methods


  • Up to date medical apparatus and tools

Integrative Approach

A holistic and integrative medical approach. We do what average doctors don´t have the time to do.



  • Diagnosing root causes of health problems


  • We don´t just treat symptoms


  • Finding long term solutions.

We Listen to You

Patient centered approach and focused on listening to provide treatment based on a full patient medical history.



  • Listen with a caring ear


  • Never force our opinion


  • Take time to hear your story

HC Integra Features

Located in the center of the island • Quick access entering Arrecife from the Medular • Integrative Medical Specialists all under one roof.

  • 1hr Free Parking
  • Quick Access to Arrecife Centre
  • Online Consultations Available
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Integrative Cardiology Benefits:

  • Personalized treatment
  • Root cause analysis
  • Preventive care
  • Holistic perspective
  • Lifestyle modifications
  • Empowerment of the patients
  • Integrative approach
  • Improved quality of life
  • English speaking cardiologist in Lanzarote
Enfermedades cardiologicas - Heart conditions

Heart problems our team of cardiology physicians can diagnose and treat:

  • Coronary heart disease
  • Heart failure
  • Arrhythmia
  • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • Heart rhythm problems
  • Atrial fibrillation
  • Valvular heart disease
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Congenital heart disease
  • Peripheral artery disease (PAD)
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Angina
  • Myocardial infarction (heart attack)
Technologia cardiologia Lanzarote - Cardiology Technology Lanzarote

Our cutting-edge cardiology equipment:

  • High resolution ultrasound
  • Spiroergometer (ergometer with gas measurement)
  • Holter monitor for arrhythmias
  • Blood pressure Holter monitor
  • State-of-the-art electrocardiograph
  • Vital signs monitor
  • Sedation for special procedures
  • Obtaining biological samples for analysis

Customer Reviews

Francisco Fernandez
Francisco Fernandez
sin lugar a duda muy recomendable, eficientes y muy profesionales
Nuria Lavado Pardo
Nuria Lavado Pardo
Muy profesionales, trato inmejorable, totalmente recomendable.
José antonio
José antonio
Fui por un lumbago que no se terminaba de curar y me han dejado como nuevo. Súper profesionales y atentos. Altamente recomendable.
jose guardia garcia
jose guardia garcia
Luis Gonzalo Córdoba Caro
Luis Gonzalo Córdoba Caro
Excepcional atención y muy recomendable para multitud de patologías.
alice broudin
alice broudin
Un excelente centro que busca a acompañar la Salud desde una visión integral , uno se siente como en casa 🥰 os lo recomiendo
MaAuxiliadora C
MaAuxiliadora C
Maravillosa clínica, atención máxima y genial cámara hiperbárica para TODO. Recomendable cien por ciento.
JavierL G.O.
JavierL G.O.
La medicina humanista a su máximo nivel y con un nuevo enfoque dado por el equipo multidisciplinar que atiende la clínica. Recomendable 100%.
rosalia guardia
rosalia guardia
Daniel HC
Daniel HC
Trato inmejorable, profesionalidad y sobre todo calidad humana. De las mejores clínicas que puedes encontrar en Lanzarote.

FAQs About Integrative Cardiologist Lanzarote

Common questions that people have about cardiology and integrative cardiology.

What conditions does a cardiologist treat?

A cardiologist treats various conditions related to the heart and blood vessels. Some of the common conditions they treat include coronary artery disease, heart failure, arrhythmias (irregular heart rhythms), valvular heart disease, congenital heart defects, high blood pressure (hypertension), and peripheral artery disease. They also provide preventive care and guidance to reduce the risk of heart disease.

How do I know if I need to see a cardiologist?

You may need to see a cardiologist if you experience symptoms such as chest pain or discomfort, shortness of breath, dizziness or fainting, rapid or irregular heartbeat, swelling in your legs, ankles, or feet, or if you have a family history of heart disease. Additionally, if you have risk factors like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or a history of smoking, it is advisable to consult a cardiologist for evaluation and guidance.

What should I expect during my first appointment with a cardiologist?

During your first appointment with a cardiologist, they will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your medical history and perform a physical examination. They will ask you about your symptoms, lifestyle, and family history of heart disease. They may also order further tests such as an electrocardiogram (ECG), echocardiogram, stress test, or blood work to assess your heart function and determine the underlying cause of your symptoms.

What tests might a cardiologist perform?

Cardiologists may perform a range of tests to diagnose and evaluate heart conditions. These tests may include electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG), echocardiogram (including stress echocardiogram), exercise stress test, nuclear stress test, cardiac catheterization, coronary angiogram, cardiac MRI, CT scan, Holter monitoring (24-hour ECG monitoring), or event monitoring. The specific tests recommended will depend on your symptoms, medical history, and the suspected or known condition being evaluated.

Can heart disease be prevented?

Yes, heart disease can often be prevented or its progression can be slowed down through lifestyle modifications and risk factor management. This includes adopting a healthy diet low in saturated and trans fats, regular physical exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, managing stress, avoiding tobacco smoke, limiting alcohol consumption, and controlling conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. Regular check-ups and screenings can also help detect any early signs of heart disease.

How often should I see a cardiologist?

The frequency of visits to a cardiologist depends on your individual circumstances, medical history, and the presence of any heart conditions or risk factors. If you have an existing heart condition, the cardiologist will establish a suitable follow-up schedule. For individuals without known heart disease, it is generally recommended to have regular check-ups with a primary care physician who can assess your cardiovascular health and refer you to a cardiologist if necessary.

What treatments are available for heart disease?

The treatment options for heart disease vary depending on the specific condition and its severity. Cardiologists may recommend lifestyle modifications, medications, minimally invasive procedures, or surgical interventions. Lifestyle changes typically include dietary adjustments, exercise, smoking cessation, and stress management. Medications may include cholesterol-lowering drugs, blood thinners, beta-blockers, or medications to control blood pressure. Minimally invasive procedures can include angioplasty with stent placement or transcatheter valve repair/replacement, while surgical interventions may involve coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) or valve replacement surgeries.

What are the risks and benefits of heart procedures, such as stent placement or bypass surgery?

Heart procedures like stent placement or bypass surgery carry both risks and benefits. The specific risks and benefits vary depending on factors such as the patient's overall health, the extent of the heart disease, and the type of procedure performed. Risks can include bleeding, infection, allergic reactions, blood clots, damage to blood vessels, irregular heart rhythms, or complications related to anesthesia. However, these risks are generally outweighed by the potential benefits of improving blood flow to the heart, reducing symptoms, and improving overall heart function, which can lead to a better quality of life and reduced risk of future heart events.

How can I monitor my heart health at home?

You can monitor your heart health at home by adopting a heart-healthy lifestyle, regularly checking your blood pressure using a home blood pressure monitor, and keeping track of your pulse rate. Additionally, using wearable devices such as fitness trackers or smartwatches with built-in heart rate monitors can help you monitor your heart rate and track your physical activity. However, it is important to note that self-monitoring should not replace regular medical check-ups and consultation with a healthcare professional.

What are the signs of a heart attack or stroke, and what should I do if I experience them?

Signs of a heart attack may include chest pain or discomfort, shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting, pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck, or back, lightheadedness, or cold sweats. Signs of a stroke can include sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arm, or leg (especially on one side of the body), confusion, trouble speaking or understanding speech, difficulty seeing in one or both eyes, dizziness, or severe headache. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is crucial to seek immediate medical attention by calling emergency services or going to the nearest emergency room. Early intervention can greatly improve the chances of a positive outcome.