Procedures to Prevent or Remove Blood Clots or Blockages
- Atherectomy: Surgeons use a catheter with a laser or blade on the end to remove plaque from blood vessels.
- Carotid endarterectomy: This is an open surgery to remove plaque and clots from the carotid arteries in the neck.
- Intravascular lithotripsy: We use shock waves to break up calcium deposits inside blood vessels. This helps reduce blockages and allows surgeons to place a stent to hold blood vessels open.
- Percutaneous thrombectomy: Doctors use a catheter and specialized tools to break up or remove an embolism.
- Thoracic outlet decompression surgery: This procedure treats thoracic outlet syndrome by removing or releasing structures that compress the artery, vein, or nerve.
- Thrombolysis: We dissolve or remove blood clots using medication or a catheter-based procedure.
- Transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR): This procedure allows your doctor to treat a narrowed carotid artery while reducing your risk of stroke.
- Vena cava filter: We place a filter in the inferior vena cava (your body’s largest vein) to prevent blood clots from reaching your heart or lungs.
Varicose Vein Treatments
We offer the full range of treatments for varicose veins, including:
Kidney (Renal) Failure Treatment
Dialysis is a procedure that removes waste substances and fluid from your blood when your kidneys can no longer perform that function.
We treat underlying vascular problems (such as peripheral vascular disease) to restore blood flow to extremities, helping chronic wounds heal. One of our many approaches is subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery that helps treat ulcers. Our doctors emphasize limb preservation and salvation using a variety of clinical treatments, therapies, and support services.