A grandfather came to us in his time of need regarding his long standing cardiological problem and a neurological problem. He was advised by his physicians to undergo an open-heart surgery first before addressing his neurological issues.
He gave us his case for review by world renowned interventional cardiologist Dr. Roger Laham; who advised him against any open-heart surgery and recommended that if he had to undergo an intervention it should be minimal invasive surgery.
He was very happy with an opinion that saved him from the many repercussions of an open-heart surgery as he was a great candidate for minimally invasive surgery. The patient didn’t want to undergo the surgery in KSA or USA, so we arranged for him to undergo surgery in his home country, which he already did and he is now back on his feet and back to work with the freedom to enjoy life with his family without worry.