When someone has a massive heart attack, there’s often no time to contemplate what happens next. Luckily for Lee Alden, a woman in her late 50s, she did have time to get to a nearby hospital where doctors installed three stents to stabilize her very clogged arteries. She suffers from hypercholesterolemia, a disease that dumps high volumes of cholesterol throughout the vascular system leaving arteries blocked with plaque.
When this all happened, Lee was on holiday in Europe. She recalls looking out the hotel window at the blue sky and asking, “Is this how it feels to die?”
The doctors were able to make her well enough to travel back to the States, and they told her to go directly to the ER for immediate surgery. Cardiovascular surgeons did heart bypass surgery and fixed three near complete blocked arteries.
For a short while, she began to feel better and then her chest pain returned to serious levels. She took nitroglycerin in a pill and patch daily. The unstable angina she was plagued with caused her quality of life to be completely poor. Not knowing where to turn, she began her research and found EECP and the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program. She was desperate for an alternative to surgery because she knew she was facing another open-heart procedure.
Lee spoke with her physician about EECP, Enhanced External Counterpulsation, but like many physicians, Lee’s doctor said no to EECP suggesting it wasn’t cost effective.
Lee contacted CEO Sara Soulati of Global Cardio Care and enrolled in the Sara Soulati Health for Life program. She completed 35 hours of EECP therapy, paid for by a friend.
Here are some of the results Lee experienced:
Without the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, Lee Alden would not be with us today. She is fully aware that this patent-pending program saved her life. She is also fully grateful for Sara Soulati and her gift of another full session of EECP to solidify her path to recovery. Lee learned that EECP is like a NaturalBypass that opens up new collaterals for blood to flow around blockages.
Lee is going to do another round of EECP therapy and is a huge fan with gratitude for Sara Soulati and the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program.