If you experience chest pain while not doing any stressful activity, it might indicate a heart problem and it is best to consult your doctor. The general physician will most likely refer you to a cardiologist, who is a heart specialist. Then the cardiologist will ask you to undergo preliminary tests. Based on the results if required he will recommend an angiogram. Heart Angiography is one of the imaging techniques that introduces a dye in the blood vessels as a contrast medium to show the blockages and other issues clearly. This investigative procedure will clearly point out the extent of damage and the doctors will be able to decide on the course of action depending on the severity. In most cases, the corrective measure can be undertaken using medications. But in other circumstances of greater severity, surgical intervention might be required. When a narrow blood vessel is detected, Angioplasty will be advised by the cardiologist. This procedure is helpful in widening the narrowed arteries by inserting an inflatable balloon or a stent into the blood vessel under sedation using anaesthesia to solve the problem. In Angiography Radial Approach Treatment, accessing the blood vessel radially, as against the earlier method of percutaneous coronary intervention method, has radically reduced the post-procedural complications, downtime and the cost involved. It is important to take good care after the procedure in order to return back to normal routine.