Vascular Treatment Options

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Treatments for vascular disease may require medical management, endovascular (interventional) treatments, surgical procedures and preventative care strategies. Often treatments will involve more than one approach, including medical management, hybrid interventional/surgical care, physical therapy and exercise. This philosophy is the backbone of multidisciplinary comprehensive care.

Other treatment options include:

  • Aneurysm Repairs: performed either surgically or by using special catheters and stent grafts.
  • Endarterectomy: open surgical procedure that removes plaque from the artery.
  • Angioplasty: a mechanical widening of narrowed or obstructed arteries using balloons/catheters/stents.
  • Vascular Surgery: our vascular interventionalists offer expertise in the combined use of endovascular and open surgical techniques.
  • Vascular Bypass: a surgical procedure performed for inadequate blood flow to a region of the body.
  • Endovenous Ablation: radiofrequency or laser treatment of a diseased vein.
  • Varicose Vein Management: including modern approaches such as vein ablation and other minimal invasive technologies, as well as sclerotherapy.
  • Wound Management: skin ulcer care (arterial/venous/neuropathic), debridement (chemical, mechanical, surgical), skin grafting, wound compression, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and other wound care strategies.
  • Foot Care: comprehensive diagnostic, therapeutic, and instructional care to address poor circulation or neuropathy.

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