When your heart beats too fast, too slow or skips a beat, it can be a sign of arrhythmia.

Almost all of us have felt our hearts race or skip a beat, and in many cases, this is not cause for alarm. But some arrhythmias are serious and require medical diagnosis and treatment, also known as electrophysiology.

Piedmont Athens Regional's electrophysiology program is designed to assess and evaluate complex arrhythmias and develop treatment plans with minimal impact on the patient.

 Some of our most common procedures include pacemaker and ICD implants, EP diagnostic studies and radiofrequency ablations.