On the Road to a Healthy Heart:
Dr. Miller Takes His Own Advice
Keith Miller is
Hey! Dr. Miller here.
At 52 years old, I have come to terms with the reality that I'm not immune to the disease that I work to prevent and treat every day as a Bryan Heart cardiologist - heart disease. I haven't had any major health issues, but I know that I need to be proactive about reducing my risk of heart attack and stroke.
I invite you to join me as I share my personal experience!
My First Outdoor Run
Blog: How can I find out my risk for heart disease or stroke?
In the next 10 years, you will either have a heart attack, or you won’t. You will either have a stroke, or you won’t.
The bad news: If you don’t identify your risk early, you won’t know if a heart attack or stroke is impending until the day it happens.
The good news: You have the power to identify your risk.
Find Out How
My Health Screening
Expert Advice from a Dietitian
Expert Advice from a Trainer
Know your Numbers: Cardiac CT Scan