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Arterial Care

Arterial conditions we treat include:

- Aortic Dissection

- Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease

- Upper Extremity/Arm Disease

- Atherosclerosis​

- Carotid Artery Disease

- Endoleaks

- Fibromuscular Disease

- Giant Cell Arteritis

- Mesenteric Ischemia

- Peripheral Aneurysm

- Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

- Claudication

- Renovascular Conditions

- Renal Artery Stenosis

- Stroke, Transient Ischemic Attack

- Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm

- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

- Vascular Infections

- Visceral Artery Aneurysms

-  Critical limb ischemia (CLI)

-  Critical limb threatening ischemia (CLTI)

-  Ischemic Rest Pain

-  Iliac artery aneurysm

-  Popliteal artery aneurysm

-  Mesenteric aneurysm

-  Dialysis access and maintenance 

Operations Performed

Operations we perform include:

- Dialysis Access (Fistula, Graft)

- Surgical Bypass

- Surgical Bypass for Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease

- TransCarotid Arterial Stent (TCAR)

- Angiogram

- Carotid Stenting

- Open Surgical Aneurysm repair

- Repair of arterial and venous injuries

- Pseudoaneurysm repair

- Peripheral angiogram

- Percutaneous stenting

- Percutaneous angioplasty

- Percutaneous atherectomy

- Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS)

- Venography and venoplasty for hemodialysis access maintenance

- Femoral endarterectomy and profundaplasty

- Rib resection and scalenectomy

- Thrombectomy

- Skin grafting

- Amputations

Vein care

Vein conditions we treat include:

- Chronic Venous Insufficiency

- Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

- Varicose Veins

- Leg pain

- Spider veins / telangiectasia

- Leg swelling / edema

- Venous wounds

- Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

- May Thurner syndrome

Vein procedures include:

- Saphenous vein ablation

    - ClosureFast™

    - VenaSeal™

- Ambulatory phlebectomy

- Vein stripping

- Sclerotherapy

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Why Choose A Vascular Surgeon?


Vascular surgeons are experts in the diagnosis and management of diseases involving all of the body's blood vessels except for the brain and heart. We are specially trained in medical management, traditional open surgery, minimally invasive hybrid techniques, and percutaneous / endovascular therapy. Mastery of all of these methods allows vascular surgeons to personalize treatments to the each patient specific to their disease and other health issues. Expert understanding of the diseases allows the surgeon to determine when surgery is indicated and which option is best for each patient.

What To Look For When Choosing A Vascular Surgeon?

Look for completion of a Vascular Surgery Fellowship (specialized training focused on Vascular Surgery) and Vascular Surgery Board Certification. Many radiologists, cardiologists (heart doctors), and nephrologists (medical kidney doctors) market themselves as vascular specialists based on the ability to perform an angiogram but do not have equivalent training, experience, or ability to offer the entire spectrum of available treatments for vascular diseases. Additionally many cardiac (heart) surgeons market themselves as vascular surgeons but also do not have the same training, experience, or ability to perform the same procedures.

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