Troy Office

Capital Cardiology Associates office in the Samaritan’s Medical Arts Building
Samaritan’s Medical Arts Building
2231 Burdett Ave.
Troy, NY 12180
Main office 518-292-6200
Appointments please call:
Hours of Operation
Weekdays, excluding major Holidays, 8AM – 4:30PM

Call 518-292-6004 for appointments

The Troy office is conveniently located in the Samaritan’s Medical Arts Building adjacent to the Samaritan Hospital campus, with access to the CDTA bus line.

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Joy in Running

For adults, running offers unmatched health benefits. It lowers your risk of heart attack or stroke. We often don’t think of the heart as a muscle, but it is. Running increases your heart to increase blood flow, training the muscle to pump more efficiently.

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Women in Medicine

Fewer women in cardiology “unfortunately creates an opinion that heart disease is not a disease that affects women; if there aren’t women in the field, it must not affect them. That is incorrect as we know,” stated Dr. Donna Phelan.

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How stroke affects your brain

One of the challenges with stroke is that it can happen at any time to anyone. “When a stroke occurs, it has symptoms that vary from patient to patient. It can be anything from a speech problem to a blind spot developing on the right or left side of your field of vision, causing a car accident.” shared Dr. Alan Boulos.

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Work and Heart Health

Stress is the number one contributor to heart health problems in the workplace. “People are talking more about mental and heart health now more than ever. A lot of people in the community are engaged, and so are employers.”

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RX for EX

Regular activity and exercise are two of the most important things you can do every day for your heart health. But how, and how much?

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Employee Health and Fitness

There are two reasons why employee health and fitness are vital. Healthy workers are more productive workers, and that helps the company’s bottom line. Healthy workplace activities and programs reduce the development of chronic disease risk factors, lowering cases of cardiovascular diseases, and deaths from cancer.

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Faith and Heart Health

There is plenty of scientific evidence connecting faith and heart health. Specifically, how regular worship/fellowship attendance is good for the body and soul. Overall, experts have found that people who embrace a religious lifestyle are more likely to take better care of themselves.

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Reopening Gyms

While New Yorkers wait for guidance on reopening gyms, one fitness professional is asking, “If this is going to go on as long as we think it is – we are going to need to find a way for people to pursue their mental and physical health.”

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Candid Physician Electronic Medical Records and Blood Work

As we have transitioned from hand-written notes to electronic medical records, there are still improvements necessary to upgrade the American healthcare system. “The goal is to improve the system so that physicians can deliver the highest quality of care at the lowest cost,” Dr. Connor Healey suggests.

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The Role of Public Health

“Public health is interesting because it is a union between individual health needs and community health needs,” explained Dr. Brion Winston. In normal times, public health workers cover a wide scope of concerns from childhood vaccinations, to speaking out for smoke-free areas and seatbelt warnings.

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