What Every Social Security Disability Applicant Needs To Know About Tachycardia
An experimental treatment consisting of short bursts of radiation aimed at the heart in an effort to obliterate the cells that cause electrical malfunction is showing great promise in treating tachycardia.
Regular heartbeat is maintained by an electrical system that can be short-circuited as a result of infection or heart attack. This short-circuiting can cause frequent bursts of rapid heartbeats, known as arrhythmia, which can result in sudden death. In fact, over 325,000 people die each year as a result of arrhythmia, despite exhausting all conventional treatment.
Researchers at the Washington University in St. Louis have published a study in the New England Journal of Medicine reporting on this exciting treatment.
You should talk to your doctor to find out whether this treatment is right for you!
What Should You Do If Your Claim For Social Security Disability Claim for Tachycardia Is Denied?
You should contact tachycardia Social Security Attorney Nancy Cavey who can help you get the disability benefits you deserve if you live in the Tampa Bay area. We also help clients all over the state of Florida with their Social Security disability claims. Call 727-894-3188 today for your complimentary consultation.