Matthew Wolff, MD
Matthew Wolff, MD: Cardiologist
"I love cardiology because I can spend time with one patient discussing wellness choices, and later implant a life-saving stent in another patient experiencing a massive heart attack. I partner with my patients in health."
Dr. Wolff’s Interests:
In addition to specializing in ischemic heart disease and treating complex cardiovascular cases, Dr. Wolff has special interests in percutaneous therapies for valvular and structural heart disease as well as regenerative medicine stem cell therapy.
An interventional cardiologist is a cardiologist who specializes in minimally invasive, catheter-based treatment for heart disease. Balloons and stents are used to open up arteries in the neck, carotids, heart, legs and kidneys that have become blocked, causing chest or leg pain, heart attack, stroke and non-healing leg ulcers. Interventionists treat cardiovascular diseases such as angina, coronary heart disease, heart valve disorders and vascular diseases of the legs, kidneys and brain.