Dr Sukh Nijjer
Expert Consultant Cardiologist in Central London, focused on helping you improve your Cardiovascular Health
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Dr Nijjer is a Consultant Cardiologist working in Central London at both Imperial College Healthcare and Chelsea & Westminster Foundation NHS Trust.
He has subspecialised in Interventional Cardiology; his clinical practice covers all aspects of Cardiology. In addition to his clinical work, he actively participates in Clinical Research and has a PhD from Imperial College. He is the President of the Cardiology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and is the Communications lead of the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society.
He has devoted his life to Medicine and the care of his patients. Call 0203 9838 001 for an appointment
Heart disease is one of the biggest killers across the world, but with the latest technology, screening can unearth hidden heart concerns before they become problems. Identifying symptoms early and getting the appropriate treatment can prevent serious problems from becoming life-threatening. Cardiac symptoms can vary according to the underlying condition and the heart itself can develop a variety of problems.
Dr Sukhjinder Nijjer, a Consultant Cardiologist who works in some of London’s most prestigious teaching hospitals, gives an introduction to his website and his holistic approach to treating and protecting this vital organ.
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Common Symptoms & Signs
There are many reasons to see a Cardiologist. Here are the common Signs & Symptoms to book an appointment with Dr Nijjer. You may have these symptoms, or something very similar. Call 0203 9838 001 to discuss with Dr Nijjer.
The silent killer. Blood pressure remains the number 1 cause of death in the World. Holistic approaches can help if tackled early.
Blood cholesterol levels are one factor in the formation of atherosclerosis, or artery disease. Diet, exercise and in some cases, medicines can help
A central chest discomfort moving into the neck and arm is a feature of heart disease. Patients often have narrowing in their heart arteries. Medications are often necessary to stabilise symptoms.
A feeling of a racing heart beat, a thudding in the chest or skipping of beats is a common sensation. This can signify a cardiac arrhythmia and needs ECG monitoring to identify.
Short of Breath
A sensation of breathlessness when being active, when lying flat, or if it is waking you from sleep can be a sign of heart muscle weakness. You will need a heart scan (echocardiogram).
A 12-Lead ECG can help diagnose your heart rhythm and look for underlying heart disease.
Echocardiography uses ultrasound to see the heart muscle and valves; it is used to monitor heart function.
ECG monitoring can be performed over 24 hours to up to 14 days to diagnose the cause of palpitations
CT Coronary Angiography
CTCA is a non-invasive technique to assess for coronary artery disease.
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I was a mess emotionally trying to balance the various diagnosis, grief and of course fear. Your understanding, patience and clarity in explaining the complicated situations, offering support beyond your normal brief over Christmas and New Year, was holistic for want of a better word. Your skills and excellent supporting team are beyond words.
The success of the surgery and encouragement to get on with life, while keeping a weather eye on significant changes, has changed me for the better in unexpected ways. Carpe diem!
On our first meeting, he greeted me warmly and the meeting progressed with some pointed questions but more importantly, a genuine desire to help and listen to my issues. I felt immediately at ease and was also convinced early on that he was incredibly knowledgeable and very much up to date on new advancements in his field.
Highly professional, great listener and wonderful patient interaction - I would have no hesitation in recommending Dr Nijjer to others. Probably one of the best medical experiences I have had."
Dr Nijjer also runs clinics at the Cromwell Hospital, Syon Clinic and Bishops Wood Hospital. All the appointments and bookings are run through our central team at One Heart Clinic.
Procedures such as Coronary Angiography are performed at the Wellington Hospital or the Cromwell Hospital. Some cases may need to be at the Hammersmith Hospital.