David J. Cislowski, MD

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Our Services

Specializing in Nonsurgical Cardiology:
The Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Heart Conditions

The first time you visit, you’ll notice the differences from other health care offices you may have been to. Thanks to his patient-first scheduling system and virtually “waitless” waiting room patients rarely wait more than 15 minutes for their appointments. Dr. Cislowski has been using EMR (electronic medical records) for over 20 years. After a check of your vital statistics, you will meet Dr. Cislowski.

He really wants to get to know you and understand your reasons for seeing him, and your symptoms, so he will ask you lots of questions and listen to what you have to say. Your answers are vital to helping him form your diagnosis and the most effective treatment plan. You will know how much he really cares and how passionate he is about helping you. You will learn that he always has your best interests at heart. He will likely spend far more time with you than most other doctors. He will teach you how to take better care of yourself and how to make the most of his treatment and your heart therapies. And he will teach you all about prevention.

Once he has your health history, he may recommend some tests to help diagnose the cause and extent of your problem. Most of these tests can be performed conveniently right here in our office. We do not perform any surgery here, and your testing will be nonsurgical, as well. Among the many conditions Dr. Cislowski treats are:

  • Chest pain
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Cholesterol disorders
  • High blood pressure, or hypertension
  • Heart arrhythmias
  • Varicose veins

His varicose vein treatments include sclerotherapy, endovenous laser and ambulatory phlebectomy.

For comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and management of heart conditions, visit Dr. David Cislowski.

Call our office at 559.625.9902 or use our online Request an Appointment form to schedule your consultation. For additional information on any heart condition, treatment or procedure, please visit our Health Education Library.