Atrial Fibrillation

Individual patients experience the symptoms of atrial fibrillation differently. Some may not feel any symptoms and their condition will go unnoticed until a physician detects it during a routine examination. Others may experience only minor symptoms, and still others are sensitive to the slightest sensation. Symptoms commonly reported can include shortness of breath, lightheadedness, palpitations, or chest discomfort.

Due to the varying nature of "A-fib," AAC physicians will choose the best treatment for each patient which can include medications, ablations or other protocols as determined by their diagnosis.

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