• Specialties and Treatments

    Don’t let a vascular disease cause you chronic pain or keep you from doing the things you love. Our Zazulia Heart and Vascular Center team has experience treating every type of vascular and cardiovascular condition. Each year, we perform more than 1,500 procedures to treat vascular problems such as:

    • Aneurysm: A bulging, weak area in the wall of a blood vessel.
    • Carotid artery disease: When the arteries that carry blood and oxygen to the brain become narrow.
    • Deep vein thrombosis: A blood clot or thrombus in a deep vein. They are most common in the leg.
    • Peripheral vascular disease: A slow and progressive circulation disorder due to narrow or blocked blood vessels or spasms in the blood vessels.
    • Renal (kidney) artery disease: Affects the blood flow into and out of the kidneys. It may cause kidney damage, kidney failure, and high blood pressure.
    • Thoracic outlet syndrome: A variety of symptoms that happen from a narrowing of your thoracic outlet — the space between your collarbone and your first rib.
    • Venous insufficiency: Occurs when your leg veins don’t allow blood to flow back up to your heart.
    • Venous ulcers: Open skin sores that most often occur on the legs.
    • Varicose veins: Enlarged, twisted veins, most common in the legs.

    The Most Advanced Treatment Options Less pain, less scarring and a quicker recovery. That’s what you get with our expert vascular surgeons. They continue to pioneer advances in minimally invasive surgery and other treatment options. No matter what your condition, we’ll develop the best treatment plan for your unique needs. Treatments include:

    • Angioplasty and stenting to open blocked arteries.
    • Artery bypass surgery.
    • Endarterectomy for lower extremities.
    • Endovascular therapy. This procedure opens blockages and improves blood flow to the head, neck, legs, kidneys and other organs without the need for surgery.

    Find a vascular surgeon near you.