Dr. Jeffrey Greenberg Moving to Cardiac Solutions effective December 10.

Dr. Jeffrey Greenberg is excited to announce he will be joining Cardiac Solutions in Phoenix, Arizona effective December 10, 2012. He will initially be seeing patients at Cardiac Solutions’ Thunderbird Road office and Peoria office. Dr. Greenberg believes this move will allow him to provide more personalized service to his patients. He shares Cardiac Solution’s mission of innovation and excellence in cardiac care. If you are interested in continuing your care with him please contact Cardiac Solutions for an appointment at (623) 876-8816.  For more information please check out Cardiac Solutions’ website at http://www.cardiacsolutions.net. Dr. Greenberg will continue to see patients at Cardiovascular Consultants until the end of the year. He remains Chief of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery at Arrowhead Hospital and remains affiliated with Banner Thunderbird Hospital. Dr. Greenberg is a clinical cardiologist who specializes in preventive cardiology and nutrition. He believes nutrition, exercise and weight control are all integral aspects of any treatment regimen and should be emphasized in any treatment plan.

Author: drjeffgreenberg

Dr Greenberg is a clinical cardiologist who specializes in preventive cardiology, nutrition, exercise, and longevity. He favors using natural methods to improving one's health.

15 thoughts on “Dr. Jeffrey Greenberg Moving to Cardiac Solutions effective December 10.”

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  2. Dr Greenberg…

    l guess you are out of office today. Don’t know whether this gets to you or not.

    I cannot take the drug you called in. Did it now for five days. It does not work. My evening blood pressure has been around 150 or higher over 85 to 90. Plus it makes me pee about every half hour and causes the tip of my penis to have a burning sensation. Very uncomfortable and often inconvenient. I don’t know if the condition you described to me is considered a heart valve problem, but I have a month’s supply here of Amlodopine but the paper on it says not to take it if one has a heart valve problem. This drug did make me sick at my stomach and nauseated buy did not cause the problems this one is. To be safer I’m going back onto the Benicar until you advise what to do. If you want me to stay on Benicar it will take a call to SCAN 888-540-7226 to explain that other meds taken have caused me stomach problems among other things and I am more tolerant with Benicar than others. Others I have tried are Ketorolic, Bystolic, Losartan and another I no longer have record of. The Ketorolic lowered my blood pressure way down but made me so tired I did not want to do anything but lay around.

    Please advise. Also what is the exact condition I have. What do I call it? When I had a echocardiogram about 5 years ago after my A fib during my fifth prolotherapy treatment, they did not identify any condition then where my heart pump did not completely close. Similarly, about a year before I moved to AZ, probably late 2010, another echo did not reveal that. Could this be the deterioration of the heart that accompanies Ellers Danos disease? Would just like to know what I might be in for. I’ll be on the golf course today, swinging away and peeing.

    Jerry Baker

  3. Congratulations! We look forward to continuing our care with you at your new location. I do have a question though that I was unable to get an answer to because of your transition. This is Vicki Breslow, Larry Breslow’s wife. When Larry last saw you, you referred us to two Internists, one was a Dr Ghattas and the other one was in Arrowhead area, but I have lost his phone number and don’t remember his name. Could you please post this information for me or call with me this information if you prefer it to be private. Thank you and happy holidays and good luck in your transition.

  4. Dr Greenberg, I have been told by all my doctors to lose a few lbs to improve my health and have tried so many diets that are only temporary fixes. You are the only one who has sat down with me and explained my need for lifestyle change and have given me the tools to get it done. I really like your website and all its information.

  5. I, too may have to get a referral from my primary doctor to follow you and will check this out right away as I wish to remain a patient of yours. Good luck in your new move.
    Judy Karie

  6. Dr. Greenberg, i have called my primary doctor for a referal to follow you to your new office as I would very much like to continue my cardiac care with you. I am happy that you look forward to this move. Carolyn Clifford

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