Premier - Local Cardiologist

  • Obesity and Medical Risks

    Obesity is a chronic disease. 2015 was the year where the Canadian Medical Association recognized obesity as a chronic disease. For decades, obesity was recognized as a risk factor to develop other complications such as diabetes and hypertension.

  • Obesity and Related Medical Risks

    The issue medically with obesity is, of course, the medical complications.


    And as one becomes more and more obese you’re increasing your risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, strokes, peripheral vascular disease, damage to the circulation to your lower limbs, an increased risk of cancer of reproductive organs, colon cancer, amongst others, an increased risk of mortality.

Premier - Local Electrophysiologist

Heart Failure Now

Heart Failure Now