A vascular surgeon is specially trained to operate on arteries and veins anywhere in the body where vascular disease may occur. Vascular surgery is often required to manage such things as peripheral artery disease, non-healing wounds and to avoid the loss of a limb due to poor circulation. Some conditions a vascular surgeon may treat include: blockage in carotid arteries, abdominal aneurysms, and circulation problems in the lower extremities.

Surgical Care

Surgical Care

Operations to treat cases of complex or advanced vascular disease.

Minimally Invasive Treatment

Minimally Invasive Treatment

Endovascular procedures for quicker recovery times and fewer complications.