Atherosclerosis of the extremity arteries most commonly causes trouble with walking. Most patients experience discomfort or cramping of the calf when they try to walk. Only 1 out of 5 patients require intervention.
Varicose veins develop because of too much back pressure in the veins. Most patients do not require any specific therapy. Those that do require treatment can almost always be treated in the office with laser therapy.
Aneurysm disease is when an artery becomes wider than it should be. This most often occurs in the main artery in the abdomen called the abdominal aorta. Aneurysm Diseas does have a tendency to run in families.
Specializing in Total Vascular Care
Our practice utilizes leading technology and treatment options, and we have a track record of outcomes that consistently exceeds the national standards.GET STARTED
Dr. Lawrence D. Kaelin
Dr. Robert F. Hoyne
M.D., FACS, RVT
Dr. Robert S. Brumberg
Dr. Mitchell T. Massie