An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure” - over time it can also save you money. There are various risk factors, many of them controllable that are predictors of the development of heart disease.

By combining comprehensive education with preventive measures including:

  • Specialist consultation
  • Risk assessment
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Preventive diagnostic examinations
  • Medical and complementary therapies
  • Vigilant monitoring by the individual and the healthcare professional

We stand a much better chance of making significant headway in reducing the number of deaths or serious disability due to heart disease.