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or Call us at: 269.381.4577
Our physicians have the distinction of being board-certified in general and vascular surgery. With more than 40 years of combined surgical experience, our surgeons have specialized knowledge and skills relating to the diagnosis and treatment of surgical problems in the following areas:
Testing in a vascular laboratory is an essential step in diagnosing and treating vascular diseases. Accredited by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories (ICAVL), our on-site vascular laboratory is located within the office. The testing is not painful and is noninvasive meaning there are no needles or injections used. A Registered Vascular Technologist does the testing under the direction of our vascular surgeons. Some of the ultrasounds we perform are; carotid artery evaluations, arterial and venous evaluations of upper and lower extremities, abdominal aortic evaluations, thoracic outlet evaluations, thyroid and several general ultrasound studies.
Our certified vascular laboratory offers screening of carotid arteries, abdominal aorta and peripheral arteries. These are offered at a nominal cost as insurance companies typically do not pay for screenings. All three exams take less than 20 minutes and results are given to the patient and sent to the primary care physician upon request. If you or someone you know would like to have a screening or find out more information regarding screenings, please call us at 269.381.4577 or 800.211.0666.
PAD/PVD affects millions of people. Lifestyles and genetics can increase your risk. Some risk factors include:
Appointments may be made by calling our office.
We participate with many insurance companies and will do the billing for you.
We ask that patients request prescription renewals during their scheduled visits.
We will review your medications with you at the time of your discharge from the hospital. Please call if you experience any adverse reactions (hives, rash, swelling, dizziness, itching, nausea, vomiting) to your medications.