Tomball Cardiologists

Tomball Office

308 Holderrieth Blvd
Tomball, Texas 77375

Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday
7:30 am to 5:00 pm
Fax: 281-351-4915

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Tomball’s Cardiology Specialists

Are you looking for a cardiologist in Tomball who can help you achieve the heart health results you want? If so, then look no further than Houston Heart Center. Our trained and experienced cardiologists are capable of diagnosing and treating various diseases or conditions that affect the heart and cardiovascular system. During your initial visit to our offices, the medical professionals in charge of your care will examine your heart disease risk factors, such as your family history of cardiovascular issues, help you devise strategies to improve your health status, and create strategies for managing and even eliminating your symptoms.

Each and every member of our medical team has one singular goal in mind: to deliver the highest possible level of care. This singular focus is a major reason why Houston Heart Center is ranked among the area’s top choices for heart and cardiovascular care. No matter which of our Tomball cardiologists you are matched with, you are guaranteed to receive attentive, professional service. We are firm believers in providing compassionate, comprehensive heart care in a friendly, comfortable clinical environment. Whether you reside in from Houston, Spring, Cypress, Tomball, Magnolia, or The Woodlands, our regional medical center is equipped to meet, if not exceed, your needs. Learn more about the exemplary cardiovascular treatment plans we have in store for you by scheduling an appointment today.

Seeking Cardiologists in Tomball

The term cardiology is derived from the Greek word “kardiā,” meaning “heart” and “logia,” meaning “study.” Therefore, cardiology is a specific branch of medicine that studies the heart. More specifically, it focuses on conditions and disorders that affect both the heart and parts of the cardiovascular system, which includes blood vessels, arteries and capillaries. Among the conditions of the heart that cardiologists diagnose and treat: congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease and electrophysiology.

Common early signs and symptoms of heart disease will likely include the following:

  • pain or discomfort in the heart and chest
  • nausea, indigestion, heartburn or stomach pain
  • pain or tingling in the arms, legs and other extremities
  • feelings of lightheadedness and/or dizziness
  • pain and soreness in the jaw and mouth region
  • persistent and/or sudden fatigue
  • irregular (slow or fast) heartbeat

When it comes to heart disease, no two conditions are exactly alike. In fact, certain heart disease symptoms may not manifest themselves right away, or in the same way between two different patients. Therefore, patients who may be experiencing symptoms are encouraged to schedule a visit with their primary care doctor first. Your doctor can perform a preliminary check-up that will determine your particular heart condition before referring you to your Tomball cardiology specialist best equipped to handle it. From there, your cardiologist will review with you the steps required to treat or manage your condition. Possible forms of treatment may include, but are not limited to, such options as medications, a diet and exercise routine, and even surgery.

In summation, Houston Heart Center has the professional staff and state-of-the-art equipment (such as our cardiac PET scanner) to detect and treat your particular condition, regardless of what form of heart or cardiovascular disease you may have. We hope you will take the first important step toward complete heart health by scheduling an appointment with us at  281-351-4911.


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We are fully operational and available for your cardiac care needs.
At Houston Heart Center, our first priority is always the health and safety or our patients and employees.
We are providing in person as well as Tele visit services depending on our patient's needs and preferences.