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Why Vascular Institute?

We offer the most minimally invasive endovascular treatment options available. Our procedures only require a tiny incision and you do not have to be under full sedation. Our patients are home and walking the same-day, and experience immediate relief!

Interventional Radiology also reduces cost, recovery time, pain, and risk to patients who would otherwise need traditional open surgery.

Why Is My Doctor Recommending Vascular Consult?

Your doctor is likely recommending you be seen for vascular consult because they feel you may have some issues with the circulation in your legs. This is likely due to a vascular condition that could cause severe problems if left untreated. Your doctor may also recommend you be seen for vascular consult if you have a significant risk factor, such as diabetes.

If you are referred to Vascular Institute, it’s likely your condition needs further diagnosis and a treatment plan from a skilled physician. Our main goal is to fix your circulation, and prevent amputations!

What to Expect at Your Appointment

Your first appointment with Vascular Institute will consist of a consult with our clinical staff to identify your symptoms and further assess your risk of vascular disease.

We will then schedule you for a painless, non-invasive vascular ultrasound of your arteries and veins to identify any possible blockages that are causing the circulation issues and lack of blood flow.

We then take your results and develop a treatment plan specifically for you, and make sure you know and understand all your options. Most patients don’t require a procedure, and those who are able to make lifestyle changes may be able to avoid it entirely.

However, if a procedure is needed, we offer the most minimally invasive endovascular treatment options available. These procedures only require a tiny incision and you do not have to be under full sedation. Our patients are home and walking the same-day, and typically experience immediate relief!

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