Improving Heart Disease One Beat at a Time™
Since 2002, Global Cardio Care, Inc. has managed physician practices that deliver EECP treatment to people in Southern California and across the world. The firm was launched by CEO Sara Soulati who is an authority in Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP). With its headquarters in Inglewood, California in the heart of urban Los Angeles, Global Cardio Care has opened its doors to a community at risk for cardiovascular disease. The firm offers a place for people to practice health and improve lifestyle with education, treatment, lifestyle health coaching, and instant feedback about how to prevent and reverse cardiovascular disease.
The patent-pending Sara Soulati® Health For Life™ Program is a hallmark of Global Cardio Care and is offered exclusively to people who receive EECP therapy at the physician practices managed by Global Cardio Care. This powerful combination of Sara plant-based nutrition with EECP is the Sara Soulati EECP Method. People have the opportunity to experience EECP, an FDA-cleared, non-surgical and medication-free therapy in Inglewood at Global Cardio Care Centers and in West Los Angeles at Global Cardio Care–West Los Angeles.
What Is EECP?
EECP is a non-surgical, regenerative therapy. When it was invented at Harvard University in the 1950s, it was a hydraulic system. Today, EECP is used to address degenerative cardiovascular diseases including stroke, coronary artery disease, angina pectoris, diabetes, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, peripheral neuropathy, Parkinson’s disease, and vascular disease—all of which have been known to functionally improve after several courses of EECP therapy. There are many more patient stories about how EECP has helped save lives and enhance quality of life.
Sara Soulati has pioneered the Sara Soulati EECP Method featuring the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program after years of working alongside physicians. Her experience in medical anthropology and a focus on the root cause of cardiovascular disease has helped her realize that cardiovascular disease is a lifestyle disease and lifestyle medicine is the answer to prevention and reversal of cardiovascular disease.
The physician practices managed by Global Cardio Care are the largest out-patient, stand-alone centers that deliver EECP therapy.
About Sara Soulati
In 1996, Sara Soulati launched her career in the field of EECP. She is one of the earliest pioneers in the delivery of the treatment and the field of EECP. She has been managing physician practices that deliver EECP therapy since 1998.
She is founder and CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc., the team that manages the outpatient, stand-alone center that delivers EECP therapy.
She developed the patent-pending Sara Soulati Health For Life Program as a lifestyle medicine strategy to heal hearts, and reverse and prevent cardiovascular disease with vegan/plant-based nutrition and exercise. The Sara Soulati EECP Method features her program and the power of EECP.
About Global Cardio Care: A Management Company
Sara Soulati’s management company, Global Cardio Care® Inc. works closely with Global Cardio Care Centers, the first physician practice in the country dedicated to EECP treatment for anyone with a heart.
Global Cardio Care West Los Angeles launched in 2012 and provides EECP therapy in correlation with The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program and the Sara Soulati EECP Method, a total body approach for disease prevention from head to toe.
Global Cardio Care Centers
Ronald Seymour Weaver, MD is owner of Global Cardio Care Centers and Global Cardio Care—West Los Angeles. The two Global Cardio Care Centers deliver EECP treatment for patients suffering from angina pectoris and other cardiovascular-related diseases.
Global Cardio Care Centers, established in 2002 in Inglewood, California, is the largest independent clinic providing EECP therapy. In late 2012, Dr. Weaver opened a West Los Angeles practice to bring EECP to other areas of Southern California.
Global Cardio Care Centers provide patients the opportunity to experience a non-invasive and medication-free therapy combined with vegan/plant-based nutrition and exercise during a course of EECP treatment (35 hours or more). People who receive EECP therapy at these physician practices also receive the patent-pending Sara Soulati Health for Life Program.
About Ronald Seymour Weaver, MD
Ronald Seymour Weaver, MD was born in New York City in 1949. Dr. Weaver lived in a neighborhood where public schools could not provide the education his parents felt he should have, so in the 4th grade, he attended the United Nations International School in Manhattan. While there, he studied Latin and other courses in preparation for medical school.
Dr. Weaver graduated from Hobart College in 1970 and Cornell University Medical College in 1974; completed a medical internship in 1975 at Harlem Hospital, a Columbia University Teaching Hospital; and, became fully licensed to practice medicine in the summer of 1975. To complete his Internal Medicine training, he transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles, UCLA. He had taken and passed the specialty boards to became board certified in Internal Medicine in 1977.
After his training, in internal medicine, Dr. Weaver began practice in the South Central Los Angeles and Inglewood communities of Southern California. He elected to forego his ambition as a lung specialist and remained in the community. His clinic in Inglewood’s African-American community has included hundreds of hours of free medical care to people who could not afford the treatments on their own.
Dr. Weaver is recently a vice chairman of the National Medical Association’s judicial council, the largest African American physician association in America.