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Slide Arrows – Flow Therapy can improve collateral blood vessels which improves heart health.


A New Vessel for Heart Health

Flow Therapy (also known as EECP®) is widely considered the most effective non-invasive treatment for heart conditions such as angina, and symptoms associated with heart disease such as chest pain, shortness of breath, and fatigue.rnrnUsing advanced counter pulsation technology synced up to one’s heartbeat, EECP Flow Therapy treatments increase the flow of oxygenated blood to the heart by increasing the volume and velocity of blood through the body.rnrnIn essence, it mimics physical exercise without straining the heart. This results in the creation of new collateral blood vessels that improve circulation, reduce the severity of symptoms, and enable patients to regain their quality of life–all without surgery.

EECP Flow Therapy

The Non-invasive Treatment for Angina, Coronary Artery Disease & Heart Failure

40,000 +

Every year, Flow Therapy performs 40,000+ EECP treatments.

Trusted

Trusted by providers at leading institutions like Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, and Johns Hopkins.

1,000 +

Flow Therapy’s proven approach to EECP is trusted by more than 1,000 physicians.

Lasting

EECP Flow Therapy has clinically proven benefits that last for years after treatment.

400 +

There are more than 400 peer-reviewed research publications on EECP.

88 %

88% of patients see significant improvement without surgery.

Covered

EECP Flow Therapy is FDA approved, and covered by Medicare and all commercial insurances.

91 %

Flow Therapy’s approach to EECP has earned a customer satisfaction score of 91 out of 100.

I was not familiar with EECP (Flow Therapy) and was uncertain when I began the program. I had tried several options to resolve my chest discomfort and it still persisted. Now after completing the treatments, I can tell you that I feel so much better. I now can run up and down the stairs with little difficulty breathing or chest pain.

Mr. Matthews, 66

Shortness of breath, I think, affected me more than anything, even when I walked my dog. I’d have to take a rest about halfway through the walk to catch my breath. Now I don’t have that problem. No angina either.

Mr. Berger, 45

I came to Flow Therapy as a result of my cardiologist ascertaining that I have small vessel heart disease for which any kind of surgery is not an option. After treatment, I swam 26 laps in my pool. Now it’s only 40 feet long, but that’s 26 laps further than I could do when I started this program!

Ms. Valerie, 54

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