How We Are Making a Difference

Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation – What’s New

Amazing Heart Disease Reversal Success Heart health and heart disease are two sides of the same coin. Knowing this, those of us at South Denver Cardiology work to find the connection between the two and focus on how to reverse heart disease  whenever possible. Part of our commitment to helping patients better understand the impact their daily choices have on their heart health and heart... Read More

Congestive Heart Failure: What is It?

When it comes to congestive heart failure, we get a lot of questions from our patients regarding symptoms and treatments options. In fact, we have a new Transitional Heart Failure Clinic opening specifically to help treat those patients. But, what is congestive heart failure and how can it be treated? What is Congestive Heart Failure? First, heart failure affects nearly 6 million Americans and about... Read More

Reversing Heart Disease Doctor Dean Ornish

Reversing Heart Disease

Many of you know that at South Denver Cardiology, we have a state-of-the-art cardiac rehabilitation clinic. However, we have some changes coming – all for the better. In October, our cardiac rehabilitation clinic will be the only Colorado cardiac clinic associated with Dr. Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease®, an intensive cardiac rehabilitation (ICR). Doctor Dean Ornish – Reversing Heart Disease Program Dr. Dean Ornish wrote... Read More

Say Hello to SDCA’s Newest Heart Doctor – Grant Bailey, MD

SDCA is proud to introduce our newest heart doctor and cardiologist Dr. Grant Bailey, MD, and welcome him to the team of world class cardiac physicians! Dr. Bailey was born in a small farming community in rural Michigan, attending undergraduate at Grand Valley State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He received his medical degree at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, caring for the under-served... Read More

Stop Atrial Fibrillation with Ablation

Atrial Fibrillation (AF) effects 2-5 million people in the United States. Signs and symptoms of AF can be weakness, palpitations, rapid heartbeat, and shortness of breath just to mention a few. While younger people can get AF, it is most common in people 65-85 years old. Sometimes medication is enough to control AF, but when medication is not enough an ablation may be the answer.... Read More

Aortic Valve Replacement Without Open Heart Surgery - South Denver Cardiology

Aortic Valve Replacement Without Open Heart Surgery

South Denver Cardiology Associates in Littleton, Colorado launched their transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) clinic this summer. November 2, 2015 has marked a landmark day in history as SDCA cardiologist Lee MacDonald, MD,  Sean Enkiri, MD, and Danielle Henkel, MD are among the few in Denver to successfully repair an aortic valve using the newest Edwards SAPIEN XT valve on a patient at Swedish Medical Center... Read More

Danielle Henkel, M.D.

SDCA Welcomes New Cardiologist Danielle Henkel, MD

Joining South Denver Cardiology Associates in August of 2015, Danielle Henkel, M.D. is the newest Cardiologist joining the Award Winning Team of physicians here at SDCA. Dr. Henkel is a general cardiologist who was born in Duluth, MN. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Carleton College in Northfield, MN with a B.A. in Biology prior to embarking on a medical career. She completed Medical School, Internal Medicine Residency and Cardiology Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester,... Read More

Nanostim - Leadless Pacemaker

South Denver Cardiologist First to offer Leadless Pacemaker

Sri Sundaram, M.D. is one of South Denver Cardiology’s four cardiac electrophysiologists and is the first in the region to implant the state of the art leadless pacemaker called Nanostim. Colorado Public Radio did an interview with Dr. Sundaram and he explains in detail what this new technology has to offer and the increasable benefits it has. Dr. Sundaram is “quadruple-board certified,” in Internal Medicine,... Read More

Broken Heart Syndrome - South Denver Cardiology

Broken Heart Syndrome is Rare & Real

No one likes a broken heart, but did you know it can happen for real? Broken Heart Syndrome is real, more common in women than men and related to extreme stress. The symptoms of this condition are very similar a heart attack including chest, jaw pain and shortness of breath. With this particular syndrome it is not a problem with the arteries, but a with the... Read More

Nanostim - Leadless Pacemaker

South Denver Cardiology First in Pacemaker Technology

Dr. Sri Sundaram, MD with South Denver Cardiology is one of only a few in the nation and the only cardiologist in Colorado implanting the state-of-the-art Nanostim™ leadless pacemaker. Nanostim™ leadless pacemaker is the world’s first commercially available leadless pacemaker and one that is designed to be repositioned or retrieved if needed. The Nanostim™ pacemaker is about the same size as a AAA battery and weighs less than... Read More