Some things you don’t want in your future

Tempting fate with heart disease is scarier than you think. Here's a list of conditions and complications that come along with heart disease...

We have two jobs at Cruxpoint.

One job is to keep some very bad things from happening to you. The most obvious ones are death and disability from heart attack or stroke, but there are long lists of other “bad” things that come with heart disease. Trust me, you don’t want any of them if you can avoid them.

Our second job is to keep you alive and vital so that you can enjoy the important things in your life for as long as possible.

When you sign up with us in our Heart Health Breakthrough Program you dramatically lower the likelihood of these bad things being part of your future, and you raise your projected lifespan, vitality, and quality of life.

Acute Events & Chronic Conditions:

  • Death from heart attack
  • Death from stroke
  • Death from sudden cardiac arrest
  • Disability from heart attack
  • Disability from stroke
  • High blood pressure
  • Vascular dementia
  • Peripheral Artery Disease
  • Aortic valve failure
  • …and more

Costly Diagnostics, Pharmaceuticals, & Interventions:

  • Nuclear stress test
  • Other stress tests
  • Coronary angiogram
  • Echocardiogram
  • Coronary bypasses
  • Cardiac catheterization
  • Angioplasty
  • Stents
  • Carotid endarterectomy
  • Aortic valve replacement (and pacemaker)
  • Rehab from heart attack
  • Rehab from stroke
  • Brain surgery necessitated by stroke
  • Long-term care necessitated by heart attack or stroke
  • High cost pharmaceuticals
  • Drugs with side effects

Some Other Things You Don’t Want:

  • Sick leave and down time from work
  • Inability to fully take part in hobbies and social life
  • Compromised family life due to worse health and lower vitality
  • Constant trips to doctors and hospitals

Our protocols have been developed to help you avoid the scary things on this list. Have questions? Get in touch ⟶

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