LAS VEGAS, NV – In October of last year, the prestigious Journal of The American College of Cardiology (JACC) published a State-of-the-Art Review on Exercise-Induced Cardiovascular Adaptations and Approach to Exercise and Cardiovascular Disease.  The article, co-authored by a prominent local sports cardiologist, Alfred Danielian, MD, FACC, FASE, was featured addressing cardiovascular related topics and providing valuable input relating to athletes and their training.

The article discusses the important role that sports cardiologists play in determining the proper assessment of athletes and their medical care utilizing appropriate diagnostic testing, cardiovascular injury prevention and action planning to best care for all levels of athletes.

As a nationally recognized sports cardiologist, Dr. Danielian has an extensive background in evaluating and assessing many different types of athletes from recreational, collegiate, semi-professional, and professional levels.  Dr. Danielian serves as the team cardiologist for professional and collegiate teams in Las Vegas.  He is also active in the athletic community providing important and up-to-date information for the community through his active role on the American College of Cardiology Sports and Exercise Cardiology Section Leadership Council.