What are treatments for aortic valve problems?

Depends. It depends on the type of aortic valve problem, insufficiency or stenosis. Both have different degress (mild, moderate, severe) and treatment is different in each category. They may have different etiologies also which will require different approaches to treatment as well. Severe forms of either malady will eventually need aortic valve replacement.
Medications. And surgery when advanced cases in which symptoms cannot be controlled.

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What are alternative treatments to aortic valve replacement?

Usually none. If a patient is truly in need of an aortic valve replacement, this is usually because the valve is either too tight or too incompetent or both. These are mechanical problems which need a mechanical fix, medications will help the person for a while, but usually the definitive treatment is valve replacement. Read more...
None. When the aortic valve needs replaced, the aortic valve needs replaced. Mortality is high if not replaced. Read more...

Aortic valve leaks. Do I need therapy or exercise?

Neither. You need to see a cardiologist and have this evaluated. Let your cardiologist guide you in your care. If they think you are safe to exercise, go for it! Read more...

My husband is in hosp getting ready to have radio therapy ablation for his wpw, dr came in & said that he has a aortic valve leak. What does this mean?

Aortic valve. The valve opens to allow flow out of the heart to the body. If it doesn't open properly we call this stenosis. It has to close properly to keep blood flowing in a forward direction. If it doesn't we call this insufficiency. Either or both abnormalities can exist in the valve. Read more...