Dr. Alaa Boulad is an interventional cardiologist and peripheral vascular interventionalist. He is trained in Cardiovascular Diseases and Interventional Cardiology. He specializes in percutaneous coronary and peripheral vascular interventions.
Dr. Boulad received his Medical Degree from the University of Aleppo Faculty of Medicine in Aleppo, Syria. Completed his Internal Medicine training at The University of Texas Health and Science Center at Houston, Houston,TX. He received Cardiology training at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA, followed by Interventional Cardiology fellowship at Ascension Providence Hospital/Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in Southfield. MI.
Dr. Boulad performs Heart Catheterizations, Coronary Artery Interventions, Peripheral Arterial Angiograms and Interventions (iliac, femoral, popliteal & below the knee), diagnostic procedures including Trans-thoracic and Trans-esophageal echocardiograms, Peripheral vascular ultrasounds and all types of Cardiac stress testing, as well as Cardiovascular Disease consultation and management. He has a special interest in Cardiogenic shock management. In his free time Dr. Boulad enjoys hiking, bicycle riding and working out.
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We offer in-office, same-day, and hospital services, including, but not limited to: Cardiovascular Risk Assessment and Disease Prevention. Our heart specialists diagnose and treat a range of conditions; some of the most common include:
Coronary Artery Disease
An irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) that is often rapid and can lead to poor blood flow, atrial fibrillation occurs when the upper two chambers of the heart called the atria receive abnormal electrical signals.
Peripheral Artery Disease
Also called peripheral vascular disease, PAD is a circulatory condition that causes narrowing of the blood vessels that carry blood to the limbs; it often causes pain in the extremities.
Also called venous reflux, this condition is characterized by inadequate blood flow through the veins, which causes blood to pool in the legs; venous insufficiency is most often caused by blood clots or varicose veins.