Vascular Heath Specialists
Your Health is Our Top Priority
At Vascular Health Specialists, we’re devoted to providing compassionate and comprehensive cardiovascular care to our patients. When it comes to matters of the heart, we’re with you every step of the way — whether you have experienced a heart attack, stroke, hypertension, congestive heart failure, or another heart condition. Our cardiologists perform advanced, nonsurgical vascular procedures to repair blocked arteries, remove clots, and restore blood flow.
Our surgeons are highly trained and our goal is to give our patients the best quality of life.
Our vascular surgeons are highly trained physicians dedicated exclusively to the care of disorders of the circulatory system, including the arteries and veins. They help patients optimally manage vascular conditions through diet, exercise and medication.
Vascular surgery encompasses such procrdures as balloon angioplasty, aortic stents, peripheral vascular stents, graft placements, vascular reconstruction, and abdominal aortic aneurysm repair to name a few.
We use endovascular therapy to treat such conditions as aneurysms, atherosclerosis, and vascular trauma. This minimally invasive procedure is very successful in treating conditions in a manner that does not require major surgery.
The conditions we treat include but are not limited to cerebrovascular, arterial, and venous disorders. Carotid artery disease, renovascular disease, arterial aneurysms, deep venous thrombosis, vasculitis, and varicose and spider veins all fall within our specialty of vascular medicine.
Arterial & Venous Disorders
Arterial disorders that we treat at Vascular Heath Scpecialists
include carotid artery blockages (Carotid Stenosis), kidney artery blockages (Renal Artery Stenosis), abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA), and lower extremity blockages (Peripheral Artery Disease) PAD.
Vascular ultrasound is invaluable for identifying blockages in arteries or veins. This could be due to plaque build-up inside the blood vessels that make them narrower, or there could be a blood clot. Your provider can confirm the presence of blood clots if they suspect you have a deep vein thrombosis (DVT).