Take control of your health with preventative care. The Surrey Heart Clinic is committed to preventing heart problems in at-risk individuals with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol.


What you need to know : Dealing with a serious heart condition can be extremely stressful whether it may directly you or a loved one. At Surrey Heart Clinic, you can expect extraordinary care by the top Cardiologists in BC. Our team of cardiac care professionals work their hardest to determine the best course of treatment for those affected. Our team believes in working alongside our patients to help them feel at ease, receive the best care and be involved in the decision making throughout the treatment process. Our practice was established with a goal of providing outstanding and personalized care within an environment that is not only compassionate but centered around innovative thinking and evidence based medicine.

The Good News: In many chases heart disease is preventable. Incorporating a few small changes into your life or the life of a loved one can have a drastic effect on the quality of your health.

What are those small changes?

  • Maintain a healthy weight.
  • Eat a healthy diet - The food you eat can increase or decrease your risk of heart disease and stroke. Be sure to eat a well balanced and healthy diet which includes foods that are low in saturated fats, transfats and sodium. Instead, incorporate fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, lentils, legumes and seeds into your diet. The key is to focus more on whole and fresh food and less on processed food, enriched carbs, bad fats, dairy or meats.
  • Exercise regularly - Taking some time out of your day, even if it is half an hour per day of brisk walking, jogging or any kind of physical activity can help keep your blood pumping, muscles strong and mental health sharp. Encourage your loved ones to join you to make this time a more enjoyable one.
  • Manage Stress levels - Although stress can be a good thing, too much stress can potentially increase your risk of developing heart disease therefore, managing your stress levels is vital to improving your overall health. Research has shown that your body responds negatively to stress and can lead to physiological changes such as elevated heart rate and an increase in blood pressure.
  • Dont smoke- Studies have shown that smoking greatly increases the risk of developing coronary heart disease which is one of the leading forms of heart disease. This can lead to chest pain, heart attack, arrhythmias or heart failure.