What is electrophysiology? Electrophysiology is a subspecialty of cardiology
that addresses the "electricity” of the heart or its rhythm.
This specialty can help address abnormal heart rhythms, the cause of these
irregularities, and the best course of treatment for addressing problematic
Common examples of conditions and procedures that fall under the umbrella
of electrophysiology include cardioversion, catheter ablation, atrial
fibrillation, bradycardia, and implantable electrocardiographic monitoring
devices. Your doctor may also prescribe medications such as Amiodarone,
Warfarin, and Apixaban.
Click here to learn more about conditions, procedures, and commonly prescribed medications
that can help bring your heart back to a normal rhythm.
Meet Dr. David Schwartzman
Dr. David Schwartzman recently joined the medical staff at Butler Health System (BHS). With
over 25 years of clinical and research experience, Dr. Schwartzman holds
over 30 patents in the United States for methods of surgical ablation.
An innovative leader in the field of electrophysiology, Dr. Schwartzman
is a medical professional we are proud to have on our team.
He is board certified in cardiovascular disease, clinical cardiac electrophysiology,
internal medicine, and obesity medicine. His
Self Defense Manual is a helpful resource to all patients seeking to learn more about
behaviors that can improve or impact qualify of life after a heart disease
Listen to a recent radio show featuring Dr. David Schwartzman discussing
steps to prevent heart disease.
Telehealth Now Available!
Telehealth is now available for electrophysiology services.
Learn more about the benefits of telehealth.