This approach has helped us address venous leg ulcers. Typically, patients with this form of peripheral arterial disease need extensive wound care treatment. The nature of this condition makes it hard for the ulcer to heal. However, traditional treatments only prevent venous ulcers from growing. By treating the underlying cause in the vein, you will see much better results. You do not have to live with this condition.
By offering procedures for the root of vein problems, we hope to prevent complications for patients. For example, blood clots that cause a pulmonary embolism. This condition occurs when a clot gets stuck in the veins while blood travels to the lungs. You may have a pulmonary embolism if you experience weakness or a shortness of breath while walking or exercising.
Depending on your needs, you may even benefit from hospice and palliative medicine after your procedure. We care deeply about taking care of blood clots and the issues they cause. Not only can they cause blockages in the lungs, but also in the carotid arteries. If you have any questions about these conditions, do not hesitate to ask.