Anticoagulation Management

Blood clotting is a serious medical problem that can be fatal. You may need to take medications to avoid blood clotting (called “anticoagulants”) if you have been diagnosed or treated for one or more of the following:

  • Atrial fibrillation (AF)
  • Artificial heart valve
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
  • Pulmonary embolism (PE)
  • Prevention of blood clots (e.g. genetic clotting disorders)
  • Stroke
  • Heart Attack

Sometimes it is only necessary to take anticoagulants for a few months, but in many other circumstances you will take them for life. Anticoagulant drugs affect the blood's ability to clot and therefore patients may be at an increased risk of bleeding when using them. Because of this risk, it is vitally important that patients be monitored regularly and only use the medications as directed.

The Center for Health & Wellness can provide one-on-one anticoagulation management services that work with you and your primary care provider to optimize your health and ensure your safety. Please contact us to schedule your anticoagulation consultation today.