We have assembled a team of professionals and medical experts
More than 100 doctors work in our center for the benefit of patients. Caring nurses also provide attention and comfort. Teamwork is a hallmark of our medical centers, it is an advantage that helps us achieve excellent results in treatment. We combine experience and knowledge in different fields of medicine to find the right solutions and help patients even in the most difficult cases.
Many thanks to neurologist James Miller for his highly qualified medical care, competent and accessible explanation of the problem, sensitive humane attitude, hope for recovery.
Linda Cross is a very good specialist, helped to "put everything on the shelves" and solve all the disturbing problems. Anxiety also went away during therapy. Thank you so much!
It's not the first time Nordis comes to us! I think all her patients know what a competent, attentive, sensitive and professional doctor he is. And she is a very bright, charming person.
Thanks to the latest high-tech equipment and the experience of specialists, the medical center performs minimally invasive interventions.
High-class specialists perform plastic surgery of the face, neck, mammary glands, abdomen, buttocks, intimate plastic surgery.
Dentistry provides a full range of services, from therapy, orthopedics, orthodontics to implantation.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we do our best to ensure your safety when visiting Nordis medical center.
If a headache has become a fairly common occurrence in your life, you feel discomfort in the occipital or temporal region, then you can undergo a preventive examination under the “If your head hurts often” program, which will help determine the source of the headache and choose an individual treatment that will eliminate the problem and restore your good health.
Special preparation is not required, but for maximum informativeness of the consultation, it is advisable to have an archive of all available medical documents (outpatient medical record or an extract from it), an ECG less than 2 weeks old, and information about home blood pressure figures.
The document presents data on respiratory failure during sleep and its effect on the development of atrial fibrillation, ventricular sudden cardiac death and bradiarhythmia.
Particular attention is paid to the synthesis of data related to clinical practice. Extensive surgical interventions are carried out annually by 300 million people around the world, the manual notes.
Pathophysiological consequences of sleep breathing disorders caused by day-night mode and circadian biorhythm collectively affect the electrophysiology of the heart, creating an ideal environment for arrhythmogenic predisposition.
Treatment of respiratory disorders in sleep reduces the frequency of atrial fibrillation recurrences after rhythm control interventions. The authors report that breathing disorders in sleep cause atrial and ventricular changes in the heart rhythm.