Cardiac Electrophysiology Arrhythmia Center

Your heart has an electrical system that generates and regulates your heart rhythm. Electrophysiology is the study of the heart's electrical system and it is one of our specialties at North Suffolk Cardiology. Through electrophysiology, your doctor can detect any abnormal electrical impulses that can cause your heart to beat too slowly or too fast. This condition is known as arrhythmia.

At the North Suffolk Cardiology Cardiac Electrophysiology & Arrhythmia Center, we are committed to delivering comprehensive, evidence-based quality care using the most advanced state-of-the-art technology and procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. We offer pioneering clinical techniques such as the LARIAT Procedure and Cryo A-Fib Ablations in an effort to provide our patients with the greatest clinical benefit from the latest technological innovations available to allow for less pain, shorter procedural times, and higher quality of life.

Our Services Include:

  • Dr. Lubarsky reviewing patient infoLARIAT Left Atrial Appendage Minimally Invasive Exclusion
  • Implantation of cardiac defibrillators
  • Implantation of pacemakers
  • Catheter ablation of arrhythmias
    • Ventricular Tachycardia
    • Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT)
    • WPW
    • Cryothermal Afib Ablation
  • Cryothermal Afib Ablation
  • Performance of electrophysiology studies
  • Consultative electrophysiology service

Because the management of abnormal heart rhythms is complex and requires a carefully tailored approach for each individual patient, our team spends the time necessary to educate you and your loved ones about all of the options available for managing abnormal heart rhythms. By involving you and your family every step of the way in the medical decision-making process, and answering your questions openly and honestly, we make it easier for you to weigh the pros and cons associated with each option. Most of the heart rhythm procedures that we offer require only a single overnight stay in the hospital and in most cases, you will be discharged home safely the morning after the procedure.