A leader in cardiovascular research and treatment, Dr. Rubenstein is both a practicing cardiac electrophysiologist in Milwaukee, as well as Assistant Professor of Medicine and Radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
In his Milwaukee-based electrophysiology practice, Dr. Rubenstein treats patients dealing with cardiac arrhythmias and conduction diseases. He utilizes modern techniques for treatment of cardiac rhythm disturbances, both medical and by catheter ablation, including advanced ablation for atrial fibrillation. Additionally, Dr. Rubenstein specializes in implantable defibrillators (ICD) and pacemakers. He currently sees patients at the medical college clinics in Milwaukee at Froedtert Hospital.
As an Assistant Professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Dr. Rubenstein also performs and interprets cardiac magnetic resonance images (MRI), an advanced cardiac diagnostic imaging technique. Additionally, his research interests combine cardiac MRI and electrophysiology in the prevention of sudden death.
To learn more about Dr. Rubenstein and his work, see the summary information below, or select the tabs above to learn more of his prior research projects.
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