The Latest News About Peripheral Artery Disease, Vascular Surgery, and More
At Advanced Vascular Surgery, we strive to stay on top of all the latest developments in the worlds of vascular surgery, PAD treatment, varicose veins, and more. Whether you’re searching for treatment options for peripheral artery disease or seeking relief from restless leg syndrome, you can count on our vascular specialists to offer you answers and options. Browse the stories below to learn more about the topics that we are currently researching.
All About Restless Leg Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, and Diagnosis
When it comes to restless leg syndrome and other vascular issues, Advanced Vascular Surgery is the area’s premier surgery center. With a range of cutting-edge equipment and leading technology, we’re able to work with our clients to understand their issues and pursue treatment options.
Summer Pains: Signs and Symptoms of Peripheral Artery Disease
With winter finally on its way out, people throughout Michigan are already planning their summer activities. But, did you know that the aches and pains of summer can be signs of peripheral artery disease? While winter is often complained about, summer brings about its own difficulties.
Advanced Vascular Surgery and TCAR Carotid Revascularization
Advanced Vascular Surgery is committed to offering the best treatment options to patients suffering from blockages in the carotid artery. TCAR, or Carotid Revascularization, is a procedure for patients who cannot undergo traditional open surgery.
Learn the Treatment Options Available for a Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Vein Thrombosis
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.
Learn the Risk Factors for Chronic Venous Disease from the Experts at Advanced Vascular Surgery
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.
Why You Should Refer Patients Seeking PAD Treatment to Advanced Vascular Surgery
Patients are referred to Advanced Vascular Surgery for a number of reasons and treatments, including varicose vein treatment, ulcer treatment, PAD treatment, and other essential treatments. As the area’s leading specialists, we’re committed to ensuring that our patients receive top-quality care.
Learn About Deep Vein Thrombosis Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options
Advanced Vascular Surgery is steadfastly committed to ensuring the health – and happiness – of our patients, including those suffering from deep vein thrombosis. Whether you’re worried about potential symptoms or you have received a diagnosis, you can count on us to provide treatment options.
Concerned About Peripheral Artery Disease? Read a Few of the Signs and Symptoms
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is the result of the arteries in the legs becoming blocked and not receiving enough blood or oxygen. Typically unobstructed, arteries can become blocked and harden as we age through a process called atherosclerosis.
Learn About Atherosclerosis Treatment from Advanced Vascular Surgery
Atherosclerosis occurs when normally unobstructed arteries become blocked by plaque. Made up of calcium, cholesterol, and fibrous tissue, plaque causes the arteries to narrow and harden. As a result, less blood flows to the legs and the legs do not receive the oxygen that they need.
Explore PAD Treatment Options from Advanced Vascular Surgery
If you’ve been searching for PAD treatment options, we can assure you that you’re in the right place. Advanced Vascular Surgery has twenty-two years of combined board-certified mid-level provider experience and a team that will work with you to understand and address your needs.
Peripheral Artery Disease and Improving Your Blood Circulation
When it comes to peripheral artery disease, one of the best ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle is to improve your blood circulation. Getting blood flow back from the legs can be difficult because you’re working against gravity, attempting to pump the blood “uphill.”