Heart rhythm disorder
The Christ Hospital Health Network offers the most experienced cardiac rhythm program in Greater Cincinnati.
Our physicians are deeply involved in research and have performed many of the world's "first" cardiac rhythm procedures.
Our patients benefit from access to the latest approaches to
successfully treat rhythm disorders.
Common heart rhythm disorders
The most common heart rhythm disorders are:
Atrial fibrillation (AFib)
Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT)
Sick sinus syndrome
About heart rhythm disorders
A heart rhythm disorder, or arrhythmia, is caused by an issue with the heart's electrical system. There are three main forms of heart rhythm disorders:
The heart beats too quickly (tachycardia).
The heart beats too slowly (bradycardia).
The heart beats in an irregular pattern.
While not all heart rhythm disorders are dangerous, some could signal a more serious heart problem.
Heart rhythm disorder symptoms
Not all arrhythmias cause symptoms. In fact, many people learn they have a heart rhythm disorder from their physician during a routine exam.
However, if you do experience one or more of the following signs and it seems unusual (e.g., fast heartbeat when you are not exercising), contact your physician immediately.
VIDEO: See how The Christ Hospital's AFib team provides expert care in Greater Cincinnati
Heart arrhythmia care close to home
Advanced heart and vascular care is now more accessible than ever, thanks to The Christ Hospital Physicians – Heart & Vascular locations throughout Great Cincinnati. For more information, call 513-206-1180.
Why choose The Christ Hospital Health Network
If you are diagnosed with a heart rhythm disorder, you'll find the care and support you need at The Christ Hospital Health Network, Cincinnati's leader in cardiovascular care.
Other reasons to choose The Christ Hospital Health Network include: