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Each staff member, physician, and volunteer has taken the mission of patient-centered care to heart.

Each staff member, physician, and volunteer has taken the mission of patient-centered care to heart. Decisions are made with the primary consideration of doing what’s right for the patient and their families, creating a collaborative partnership between caregivers and patients.

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We have the most advanced heart and vascular technology in the hands of the most reputable specialists.

We have the most advanced heart and vascular technology in the hands of the most reputable specialists. These gold-standard technologies and the highly innovative team of specialists using them give you access to world-class care in the heart of the Rockies.

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Learn more about our exceptional team of renowned providers.

Learn more about our exceptional team of renowned providers.
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Introducing the FixAfib App on the Apple and Play Store

by Arcane Marketing,

We are thrilled to announce the official launch of the FixAfib app, available for download on both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. If you or someone you know is living with atrial fibrillation (AFib), you understand the challenges that come with it.

FixAfib Android App is Launched

by Arcane Marketing,

The wait is over, the FixAfib Android app is live on Play Store. Click here to download the app now. Do you, or someone you know, suffer from atrial fibrillation (AFib)? If so, you are not alone, AFib affects over 3 million individuals in the

Does turmeric help atrial fibrillation?

by Arcane Marketing,

Does Turmeric Help Atrial Fibrillation? Turmeric is a perennial flowering plant that is native to southern Asia and is a member of the ginger family. Its roots (rhizomes) are used for culinary and medicinal purposes.  In Eastern medicine traditions, turmeric has been valued for its

Personalized heart and vascular care on the leading edge.

At FixAfib, we are the leaders in vascular care for the arrhythmia condition atrial fibrillation, or AFib, which impacts over three million people in the United States alone.

What is AFib?

AFib occurs when your heart receives incorrect signals to beat, and it increases your heart rate to between 100 and 180 beats per minute. These additional heartbeats make it so blood can’t get into your heart to be pumped properly. It can cause lightheadedness, difficulty breathing, and fatigue, which limit your ability to do normal tasks. While AFib is not immediately life-threatening, it creates a greater risk of heart attack and 5 times greater risk of stroke as the irregular rhythm can create blood clots when unaddressed.

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How Do You Cure AFib?

We utilize processes that Dr. Frank Laws, MD, FACC, has been developing and fine-tuning since 2006. Developing this process has helped us to have a 70% to 80% success amount in correcting AFib and removing symptoms. Our goal is to eliminate and help you or your loved ones overcome atrial fibrillation, and we are one of few arrhythmia centers that track our long-term patient outcomes. It is a point of pride for us that our care helps them continue to feel well and be able to live a normal life without the difficulties of AFib.

FixAfib will help you handle the modifiable risk factors that your lifestyle or medical history may predispose you to, from smoking to previous heart surgeries to diabetes. If your condition has reached a point of long-standing persistent AFib or permanent AFib, we perform minimally invasive ablation procedures, which scar parts of the heart that are over-pumping, to help correct heart rhythm and rate. This care is always personalized and focused on each patient as we utilize a CAT scan to make a 3-D model of your heart before we take any action. Contact us today to do schedule a consultation with our team.

Overcoming Afib is Possible

The feeling of debilitation and frustration is something we want to alleviate from our patients, including in the long term. We know that this can be a frustrating and concerning time while you’re experiencing and learning about atrial fibrillation. We expect you to have questions about what is going on and what we can do to help, and it’s important to us to make sure you are informed every step of the way, diagnosis to procedure and on. You or your loved one can recieve the care you need to get back to normal. Contact us for a consultation with our team.


Normal Rhythm


Atrial Fibrillation Rhythm

Learn About AFib Classifications, Risk Factors & More

A chaotic rhythm which typically originates in the top left chambers of the heart, AFib is characterized by a sensation of the heart jumping, racing, possible shortness of breath and lower extremity swelling. In some instances patients may have no symptoms at all, a condition known as silent AFib.

Use the AFib Stroke Risk Calculator to determine your chances of stroke related to AFib.