What doctors, medical professionals, and patients are saying...
Beat Your A-Fib: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Cure 

“This book is incredibly complete and easy-to-understand for anybody. I certainly recommend it for patients who want to know more about atrial fibrillation than what they will learn from doctors. One of the critical thoughts of this book is written on page 165 and says “don’t let anyone, especially your doctor, tell you that A-Fib isn’t that serious, or you should just learn to live with it”. I must admit this is unfortunately not unusual and has never been helpful to patients who are disabled by their atrial fibrillation. One may in fact think that this book should be read by physicians as well!” March 2014

Pierre Jaïs, M.D.
Professor of Cardiology,
Haut-Lévêque Hospital
Bordeaux, France


“...serves a a valuable resource for patients about to embark on their own journey through the discovery of what is AF and how it can effect patients lives and the relative value of different treatment options - it will guide them through the steps and save many patients undue stress." Dec. 2013

Professor David Keane
Director Cardiac Arrhythmia Service

St Vincent's University Hospital
Dublin, Ireland

   

"The book is such a wonderful resource for me that I make sure I have it along with me wherever I go. Thanks a lot…I'm on the road to good heart health…"

Renee King, A-Fib patient
Stevens Point, WI, USA

"Your book is the quintessential most important guide not only for the individual experiencing atrial fibrillation and his family, but also for primary physicians, and cardiologists. There is a great deal of information contained in the book which not only enhances the reader's understanding of atrial fibrillation, but aids in decision-making. A-fib should not be tolerated. It is not innocuous and it's not normal aging. Fortunately, many strategies and electrophysiologic approaches can solve this complex issue."

Jane-Alexandra Krehbiel
Critical Care RN, blogger and author of "Rational Preparedness: A Primer to Preparednes

"Dear Steve, Saw a patient his morning with your book [in hand] and highlights throughout.  She loves it and finds it very useful to help her in dealing with atrial fibrillation." July 2013

Dr. Wilber Su
Cavanaugh Heart Center
Phoenix, AZ, USA

“Provides valuable information about A-Fib in an easily understood format to help A-Fib patients make informed choices and successfully advocate for themselves. In my experience, relying solely on the information provided by doctors (or any single source) about how to handle your AFib is not good enough.”

Michele Straube, Patient A-Fib-free after 30 years
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

“This book can help a patient regain a sense of control and be an ‘informed consumer’ of healthcare. …An essential resource and should be required reading for everyone from patients, to families, and healthcare providers.”

Dr. Steven C. Hao, MD, FACC, FHRS
California Pacific Medical Center

San Francisco, California, USA

“If I had it 10 years ago, it would have saved me 8 years of hell.”

Roy Salmon, Patient, A-Fib Free
Adelaide, Australia

“Reflects a decade long work-in-progress and is sure to serve as a valuable resource to anyone seeking to find a cure for his or her Atrial Fibrillation. Highly recommended reading for those with A-Fib and enlightening for their treating physicians as well!”

Dr. Walter Kerwin, MD
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Los Angeles, California

“…very impressed! I think it’s great work, and very helpful for everybody with the damned A-Fib, whether fixed or still going on! Thank you, Steve, for your great input in this field!”

Max Jussila, A-Fib free
Shanghai, China

“I particularly enjoyed reading the Personal Stories portion of the book.”

Ed Webb, Patient, A-Fib Free
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

“…an informative book I wish I’d had when I was suffering with the ‘fib’…would be comforting to those suffering with A-Fib, for no other reason, than to know there are so many others in the same boat with them.”

Dave Hess, Patient, A-Fib Free
Scranton, PA, USA

“A truly patient-centric view of the struggles when dealing with atrial fibrillation and deciding on an optimal treatment option. I think patients will find your book extremely helpful and informative, chock-full of advice to help them make their own decisions and be more educated. Congrats!”

Dr. Peter Mofrad, MD
Washington Heart Rhythm Associates

Washington, D.C., USA

“… excellent resources for a wide range of individuals and their families. It can help newly diagnosed patients deal with the anxiety and fear of the "unknown", as well as shorten the amount of time and energy needed to research and select the best treatment options.”

Mark, Patient
York Beach, Maine, USA

 “This is a terrific book.”

Dr. Hugh Calkins, MD, FHRS, CCDS
Johns Hopkins University and Hospital

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

 “…really excellent; I give it 5 stars.”

Dr. Robert Fishel, MD
Florida Electrophysiology Associates

West Palm Beach, Florida, USA

“Easy to read, and your explanations are complete. Too often informational medical books for patients talk down to them, this book talks to them.”

Muriel Corcoran, Executive Director
Boston Atrial Fibrillation Symposium

 “…masterful. You managed to combine an encyclopedic compilation of information with the simplicity of presentation that enhances the delivery of the information to the reader. This is not an easy thing to do, but you have been very, very successful at it.”

Ira David Levin, A-Fib patient
Rome, Italy

“...a superb book! A fulfillment of your resolve to share the knowledge gleaned from your own battle for a successful cure more than a decade ago when PVI was experimental.”

Warren Welsh, Patient, A-Fib free after 13 years
Melbourne, Australia

“Congratulations on a great book. It is well written, balanced and contains detailed and yet simple descriptions of many aspects of A-Fib.”

Dr. Moussa Mansour. MD
Mass. General Hospital & Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts

“Incredible job on the book!”

Dr. Wilber Su, MD, FHRS
Heart Rhythm Specialists of Arizona

Phoenix, Arizona

“Very well done... a useful resource for patients.”

Dr. Jeffrey Olgin, MD
Director, UCSF - Electrophysiology Service

San Francisco, California

 “I wish I had had your book in May 2006 when I was first diagnosed and totally unaware. I am so thankful I found you at A-Fib.com in 2009 after three years in the dark.”

Rose Vernier, Patient, A-Fib Free
Austin, Texas, USA

 “I would have given my eye teeth to have had your book as my guide when I was first diagnosed with A-Fib…. It took me years to have the understanding of the A-Fib picture that some could gain with a careful reading of your work.”

Bob Whitehurst, Patient, A-Fib Free
Palm Coast, Florida, USA 

 “… a great looking book that will offer new AF patients a collection of great information on how to approach solving their problem.”

Ken Close, Patient, A-Fib Free
Loveland, OH, USA

“It's really interesting to read the ‘editorial comments’ at the end of the personal stories. I like the format you used to get the information across in a way that people would remember; i.e., ‘…Oh yeah, that one guy had...and this helped him... I should definitely check that out with my doctor’.

 "I like the options to easily choose what to read by simply clicking and easily ‘travel’ back and forth between topics (rather than feeling the need to read every one, which could be overwhelming for some patients).”  

Nancy Thompson, A-Fib Free since April 2009
Garner, NC, USA

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