Global Cardio Care, Inc. Announces Positive Developments in Stroke Therapy Using FDA Approved EECP Treatments

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Global Cardio Care Centers is the largest physician practice dedicated to delivery of EECP cardiovascular therapy. Physicians in the practice suggest EECP positively affects motor functions in stroke patients who undergo several courses of EECP treatment. The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program complements EECP treatment at the clinic.

EECP prompts growth of new collaterals in the brain of those suffering from stroke.

Cardiovascular disease can be prevented with the Sara Soulati Health For Life Program which promotes nutrition, exercise and risk factor modification. ~ Sara Soulati, CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc.

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Physicians at Global Cardio Care Centers, the largest independent physician practice dedicated to delivery of Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP®), released findings today showing improvement in some motor skills in people suffering from stroke after 35 hours of EECP treatment or more.

EECP therapy is a safe, non-surgical cardiovascular treatment for people suffering from angina pectoris, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, and heart disease. It also provides benefit for those who experience hypertension, stroke and diabetes. Clinical studies show, more than 75 percent of patients benefit from EECP and sustain improvement long term post- treatment. With additional courses of EECP treatment, more positive effects can be realized.

“Many people who have had previous stroke visit Global Cardio Care Centers to experience EECP treatment,” said Sara Soulati, CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc. and manager of the physician practice Global Cardio Care Centers. “With consistent EECP treatment, physicians see anecdotal evidence of marked improvement in motor functions of stroke victims such as walking, balance, speech, and vision.”

Global Cardio Care Centers delivers some 25,000 hours of EECP treatment annually to a service area surrounding Inglewood within Los Angeles. Its patient base is predominantly African-Americans who have a high incidence of hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, and the effects of stroke. Learn more about EECP and stroke in a video produced by Global Cardio Care, Inc.

A stroke causes brain tissues to die due to blockages in the arteries of the brain. EECP works while you simply lie on a comfortable bed. Three blood pressure cuffs are placed around the calves, thighs and buttocks. When the heart is at rest, the cuffs pump oxygenated blood from the legs up to the heart. Due to increased blood flow to the heart and brain, EECP helps move blood through the arteries of the brain that are blocked and stimulates growth of new arterials, called collaterals. This increased blood flow enhances healing, improves structural integrity of tissue and blood vessels, and helps improve direct motor functions such as walking, balance, speech, or vision.

EECP is a regenerative therapy like a second heart pumping when the body’s heart is at rest. Clinical studies prove that EECP naturally bypasses blocked arteries, called angiogenesis, to form new pathways for the blood to flow.

About Global Cardio Care, Inc.
Global Cardio Care® Inc. was launched in 2002 by Sara Soulati to manage physician practices that deliver EECP® treatment. It is the only center dedicated to delivery of EECP for prevention of cardiovascular disease while other clinics focus primarily on end-stage disease treatment. Soulati created the Sara Soulati Health For Life Program for people seeking healthier longevity with EECP at the core of treatment. She launched her career in EECP 1996 and is a pioneer in the field of Enhanced External Counterpulsation. Visit Global Cardio Care at our web site, on Facebook/GlobalCardioCare, on LinkedIn and on Twitter @EECPatGCC.

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