In July 2006, after extensive testing I required an emergency angioplasty with stenting to one of my coronary arteries (the L.A.D.), which at the time turned out to be about 99% blocked. I later learned that the doctors call this type of lesion a "widow maker."
Up until that time, all the usual tests: EKG, treadmill stress test, ultrasound etc. had shown that my heart was functioning perfectly, and had failed to show any abnormality.
Dr. Nosratian told me after those tests that he would leave no stone unturned, as he was determined to find out what was wrong with me and fix it. He lived up to his word, and continued his investigations.
He did all he could and wasted no time, and it was his determination that saved my life. He persevered with a nuclear scan, then an angiography. When the blockage to my artery was diagnosed, I was very close to death. It was Dr Nosratian's prompt intervention that saved my life. I've had this affirmed by a few leading cardiologists in other parts of the world. (I am originally from Scotland, where we have an extremely high incidence of heart disease, but also some of the world's finest cardiologists).
Dr. Nosratian made the procedure as painless and comfortable as possible. As soon as I saw him on the morning of the procedure, I instantly felt calm and relaxed and I was 100% confident that he would help me and he didn't let me down. I felt better immediately after the angioplasty and still feel great. It's nice to be able to function and exercise without any chest pains. I feel much better than I have felt for a long time. He has been extremely kind to me ever since. I would have no hesitation in recommending Dr. Nosratian to anyone.
President, West Coast Financial Systems LLC
Redondo Beach, California