When seeking medical treatment one of the most important questions you can ask would be, “Is this doctor board certified?” Knowing the answer can help you make informed decisions about your healthcare.
TCAR offers stroke prevention, for those considered high risk for strokes from carotid artery disease, as a relatively new a minimally invasive surgical procedure that continues to impress with each successive study.
The health risk to older adults posed by vein thrombosis can be significant and increases each year once a person is in their sixties. It is best to treat contributing factors, such as varicose veins, as soon as possible.
Diagnosing and treating varicose veins can improve the quality of life for people. The symptoms of diseased veins can manifest in a variety of ways, where the undiagnosed varicose veins are not even suspected as the cause.
Medical studies report a higher risk of blood clots after knee or hip replacement surgery for patients with untreated varicose veins. Pre-surgery treatment of varicose veins is recommended.
What are the key differences between vascular and cardiac surgeons? The distinction is a crucial one.
Endovascular surgery is a category of minimally invasive procedures performed inside a vein or artery. These procedures can now treat conditions which previously required traditional open surgery.
Occupations which require 4 or more hours of standing in place during a shift are at higher risk for getting varicose veins, especially over an extended period.
Blood clots have become one of the critical health problems associated with coronavirus. Preemptive treatment of vascular disease and varicose veins may be critical to reducing blood clotting related to COVID variants.
An aneurysm is a bulge in a weakened artery. It can build over long periods of time and often does not present symptoms or problems until it ruptures. They most often occur in the aorta, brain, abdomen, or knee area.