Leading cardiologist, Dr. Ross Walker, discusses a new study published in “Heart, Lung and Circulation” (published by Elsevier for the Australian and New Zealand Society of Cardiac and Thoracic Surgeons and the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand) that evaluates ubiquinol, the active form of the powerful antioxidant CoEnzyme Q10, for heart health in patients who are taking cholesterol management medication.
Dr. Ross Walker, MB. BS (hons), FRACP, FCSANZ, Consultant Cardiologist. Dr Walker graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1979 and commenced specialist training in cardiology. After several years in private practice,Dr Walker opened the Baringa Cardiology Centre in Coffs Harbour. He has since been appointed to the Sydney Adventist Hospital, housing the largest cardiology department in NSW, where he provides a comprehensive service in Echocardiology. Dr Walker places a particular emphasis on preventative cardiology and works to raise public awareness of heart health. He is the author of several books, including the best seller “Diets Don’t Work”, and lectures extensively on preventative health topics such as “How to Discover Perfect Sleep” and “The Five Point Way to a Healthy Life”. Dr Walker contributes regularly to medical journals and publications,and has appeared on a variety of television programs locally and internationally, as well as hosting regular segments on three radio stations. He has collaborated with international leaders in public health education, such as Dr Robert Atkins and Dr Dean Ornish. Not only a leading cardiologist, Dr Walker is also a professional speaker, presenting at business conventions and retreats. His unique approach to health education entails active patient participation as well as an informed and positive approach.His skills in teaching and communication have made him a highly sought-after speaker around the world.