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Take control of your health with a PAD screening, offered free to non-Medicare patients and at a cost of $25 for Medicare patients.

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With six locations across Michigan, you can schedule a visit with an experienced vascular specialist at our nearest office.

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To discuss varicose veins, atherosclerosis, PAD treatment, or any of our services, contact us today to schedule your appointment.

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Experienced vascular specialists offering atherosclerosis, PAD treatment, and more

Whether you’re experiencing leg pain at night, DVT symptoms, restless leg syndrome, or any other symptoms of a vascular condition, Advanced Vascular Surgery can help you by providing treatment options for atherosclerosis, deep vein thrombosis, peripheral artery disease, and a range of other conditions. With locations throughout Michigan and a team of dedicated, experienced healthcare professionals, we are committed to providing you with the highest quality healthcare possible.

Our Vascular Specialists

Years of experience dedicated to your vascular health.

Our specialists will work with you to discover and pursue treatment options that can improve your daily life and leave you pain-free in no time.

Why Choose Us?

Advanced Vascular Surgery has a full complement of vascular surgeons dedicated to your vascular health. Absolutely committed to your vascular health, we employ the latest technology, the best surgeons, and the friendliest staff.

  • Sixty years of combined board-certified vascular surgeon experience.
  • Twenty-two years of combined board-certified mid-level provider experience.
  • Commitment to helping you stay focused on your vascular and venous needs.
  • State-of-the-art equipment and cutting edge services.
  • Dedicated team of healthcare professionals who provide the highest quality healthcare.
  • Multiple convenient locations throughout Southwest Michigan to serve you closer to home.

 

 

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February 14, 2019

Pulmonary embolisms usually begin in the veins deep in the muscles with a condition called deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Typically occurring in the legs, the risk of DVT is increased in patients who have inherited blood clotting abnormalities, undergone major surgery, or sit or stand for long periods.

January 14, 2019

Chronic venous disease occurs when the valves that control blood flow between your legs and heart no longer work properly. As a result, blood may flow backwards in the veins and increase vascular pressure. A number of other factors may cause chronic venous disease, including excess weight.

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