Amer Suleman, M.D.
Dr. Suleman has been practicing cardiology for over 2o years. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology, electrophysiology, and certified in cardiac echoardiography. He has completed two fellowships, one in Cardiology at the Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans and one in Electrophysiology at the Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. Suleman specializes in the management of cardiology patients with cardiac rhythm problems, such as helping patients manage and deal with blackout spells, palpitations, lightheadedness, irregular heartbeat, and related disorders of the autonomic nervous system. His specialized cardiology practice provides state-of-the-art cardiac rhythm management options with patient care as is his sole priority.
- Fellowship in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology: MID AMERICA HEART INSTITUTE, Kansas City Missouri, KRANNERT INSTITUTE OF CARDIOLOGY, and INDIANA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER, Indianapolis, Indiana
- Fellowship in Cardiology: ALTON OCHSNER MEDICAL CENTER, New Orleans, Louisiana
- Resident and Clinical Instructor, Department of Internal Medicine STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, School of Medicine at Buffalo
- Resident & Clinical Instructor: Department of Pathology STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, School of Medicine at Buffalo
- Resident and Clinical Instructor: Department of Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Surgery MAYO HOSPITAL, Lahore, Pakistan
- Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (American Board of Internal Medicine), the highest level of certification in the field of heart rhythm management
- Cardiovascular Medicine (American Board of Internal Medicine)
- Internal Medicine (American Board of Internal Medicine)
- Pacemaker and Defibrillators
- Specialist in Clinical Hypertension (American Society of Hypertension, one of less than 800 physicians in united states with this qualification, this is highest level of certification in hypertension management )
- Echocardiography (American Society of Echocardiography), the highest level of certification in cardiac ultrasonography
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC CONTRIBUTIONS
Study individual differences in hemodynamic responses to stressors and examine their roles in early detection and development of cardiovascular disease.
Mechanisms of Hypertension
Study the differences in blood vessel response to mental stress in risk population to examine underlying mechanism of development of essential hypertension.
Participate in the development of new drugs in cardiovascular disease
Study the effects of risk factor reduction in cardiovascular disease
Caffeine and Exercise
Study the effects of caffeine on cardiovascular system, and concept of caffeine tolerance
Case reports of unusual cases and clinically relevant issues