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Managing Lymphedema

Untreated lymphedema edema can lead to wounds, ulcerations, or infections. At Vascular Surgery Associates, we find the causes of a patient’s lower extremity edema and prevent complications that can be time-consuming and costly.
Dec 21st, 2022

What is Venous Insufficiency?

Your veins are a series of one-way valves. When these valves do not close properly, blood will pool in the veins of the legs and feet, and this is known as “venous insufficiency”.
Nov 18th, 2022

Arterial Aneurysm Risks & Screening

It is so important to identify and treat aortic aneurysms before catastrophe strikes. A ruptured aortic aneurysm can result in death in 50% of patients. But, if caught and treated before rupture occurs, a mortality rate of less than 5% is observed.
Nov 7th, 2022

Our Physician Assistants and the Patient Experience

At Vascular Surgery Associates, we operate as a multidisciplinary team to provide the most efficient and well-rounded care to our patients. This brings to attention the role of PAs in our practice.
Sep 6th, 2022

We Have A Choice

We live in a world that is changing at a faster rate than perhaps any other era since the dawn of time. This an exciting time, but for every advance comes potential peril...
Jul 22nd, 2022

Wound Care

Vascular surgeons….few people know what we do until they need us. Wound care would be one of the best examples of a service provided by a diverse team of nurses, advanced practitioners, medical doctors and surgeons for everything from slow to heal minor t
Apr 20th, 2022

Atherosclerosis -- a "Hard" Problem to Treat

Much of what our practice does is deal with the consequences of this disease, as the clogging, blocking, and breakdown effect it has on the body’s blood vessels can be disastrous.Much of what our practice does is deal with the consequences of this disease,
Feb 15th, 2022