Begin your journey of living AFib Free with the Wolf Mini-Maze Procedure. Never take blood thinners for AFiB again and reduce your risk of stroke by 97%. Get in touch with Dr. Wolf and find out if you are a candidate.
About Dr. Wolf MD, FACS, FACC
Dr. Randall Wolf, a leading Cardiothoracic Surgeon, is a surgical innovator who since 2000 has been a pioneer in the minimally invasive surgical treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF). He has performed over 2000 Wolf Mini-Maze procedures since the first one in 2003, and has demonstrated the procedure to over 800 heart surgeons worldwide. Dr. Wolf has delivered hundreds of invited lectures at hospitals, academic meetings and seminars in the United States and abroad.
Our research directed us to Dr. Randall Wolf at Deaconess Hospital in our hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Wolf performs a surgical procedure called the Mini-Maze, and he offered a free seminar to meet him and explain the procedure. Tony immediately knew it was the solution he was looking for. Dr. Wolf is a top-notch surgeon, with a bedside manner that made us feel comfortable and safe. After scheduling an office visit, Tony had the Mini-Maze surgery done on Feb. 1, 2010. He is now post opt one week, and A Fib free!
I elected to undergo the procedure last November. At present my heart is in sinus rhythm and A-Fib free.
In closing I would like to comment on Dr. Wolf’s “bedside manor.” He treats the individual patient. Even after my procedure Dr. Wolf keeps close tabs on my progress. His patients are always his top priority.
Two months after my surgery I resumed a full exercise regimen, 3 days a week of weight lifting, cycling over 10 miles a day and running 2-3 miles. It has been 6 months since surgery and I ran 5 miles today at 8 minutes a mile. Prior to my Afib I could run 7 to 8 miles at 7 minutes per mile. I am not back to that pace yet but I am thrilled to say I am well on my way and my training continues to increase weekly. I am blessed and excited to resume snowboarding in the next couple of months as well as regularly playing basketball once again.
I am A fib and A flutter free and have been since October 2003 when I had a cardio version at OSU. I certainly am a proponent of the minimize procedure. It returned me to a quality of life I had before I was diagnosed with A fib. Various medications did not do the trick but the minimaze obviously did.
I remember the nurse coming into my room a day after the surgery and asking, “On a scale of 10 to 10 being the highest, where would you rate your pain?” I responded, “I would put it at “0” because there is no pain…and there never was.
I have told many people about the procedures and will continue to do so.
As a practicing anesthesiologist, I was especially frustrated by episodes of atrial fibrillation while performing long on-call hours. A cardiovascular surgeon at Lutheran Hospital referred me to Dr. Wolf. On October 15, 2007, I underwent the Mini-Maze procedure, performed by Dr. Wolf. I was discharged two days later. Since that time, I have been free of atrial fibrillation. I have also stopped taking coumadin and amiodarone. Dr. Wolf has made a tremendous change in my quality of life.
Dr. Wolf is now traveling all over the US and a half dozen international sites (including Canada) teaching his new mini-maze procedure. In the US, Medicare and most major medical insurance policies have certified this procedure for coverage. I highly recommend this advanced surgical procedure to anyone afflicted by major, uncontrolled afib problems. Not only will it successfully improve your quality of life, it may also save you from congestive heart failure.
"Dr. Wolf & His Team Gave Me My Active Life Back"
— Harold W. Wahe JR.
NO MORE BLOOD THINNERS OR HEART MEDS. What a change, two months later I am completely healed and doing all the things I had stopped doing because of the AFiB.
"My Remarkable Journey!!!"
— Dianne Luce
Every so often something happens in a person’s life that changes everything! The coincidences are unexplainable; the outcome undeniable; and the transformation far-reaching, like the ripples on a pond. I would like to share a most remarkable journey in order to encourage those who are currently battling A-Fib and all of the things that go with it!
The latest interventional procedure to treat AFib is a minimally invasive operation called the Wolf Mini-Maze. In 2003, the Mini-Maze was developed by Dr. Randall K. Wolf, Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery and Director of the Center for Surgical Innovation at the University of Cincinnati., using instruments that he helped design. Now, he performs the procedure in Houston, Texas.
Speak to Dr. Randall Wolf Today
To speak to Dr. Wolf, simply call 877 900-2342 (AFIB) or fill out our contact form. Dr. Wolf returns all calls personally. If you are from the Midwest, and would like a consultation with Dr. Wolf, he sees patients in Cincinnati, OH or Houston, TX.