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Center for Vascular Medicine specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of deep venous and arterial diseases of the pelvis and lower extremities. Our focus has always been on compassionate patient care. You are treated like our family, so you can spend more time with yours.
Our team of vascular surgeons are equipped with the latest technology and diagnostic procedures to evaluate how your body circulates blood in the periphery and returns it to the heart and lungs. The vascular surgeons look for vein disease also known as venous syndrome in the pelvic region and lower extremities to diagnose conditions like Pelvic Congestion Syndrome and May-Thurner Syndrome.
Do you have the any of the following symptoms?
- Chronic Pelvic Pain Treatment
- Leg Swelling Treatment
- Leg Ulcer Treatment
- Leg Pain Treatment
- Blood Clot in Leg
- Restless Legs Treatment
Below are the steps a vascular surgeons uses to improve venous disorders.
PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE (PAD)
The vascular doctors help with in diagnoses and treatment of arterial disease. Common in smokers over 50 years old. Get a vascular assessment if you have leg pain while walking or during exercise. Learn more about Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).
Do you have the following symptoms?
Below are the steps a vascular surgeons uses to improve arterial disease.
One million people die from cardiovascular disease in the United States. Half of these deaths are caused by vascular disease outside the heart.
Pelvic Congestion Syndrome is a condition associated with varicose veins in the pelvis, lower abdomen and thighs, often accompanied by chronic pelvic pain.
Deep Vein Thrombosis occurs when a blood clot has formed deep in the vein. DVTs, and clots in general, can occur anywhere in the body but are normally found in the veins of legs.
Peripheral artery disease is caused by a blockage, narrowing or hardening of the arteries in the legs. This may be commonly referred to as atherosclerosis.
KEEP INFORMED. TAKE CARE.
The amount of blood vessels in an adult’s body, stretched end-to-end, would extend over 100,000 miles – enough to circle our planet four times. Are your arteries, veins, and capillaries in good health?
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