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How can I help repair my heart after a heart attack?

Dr. Saeed Payvar, MD
Cardiologist (Heart Specialist)

In order to repair the heart after a heart attack, Saeed Payvar, MD, from West Valley Cardiology Services, says methods include medications and cardiac rehab. Learn more in this video.

Hearts can get stronger after a heart attack. Taking your medication and cardiac rehabilitation are two things that can help a lot.

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