Vascular Diseases, Arterial Disease and Venous Disease

Deep venous disease is a condition where the deep veins of the body are either compromised or venous bloodflow back to the heart is blocked in some way or the veins becomes dilated or varicosed.  The most common manifestation of deep venous disease is deep vein thrombosis (DVT).  If you have been diagnosed with DVT, contact us to help diagnose the underlying cause of the DVT.

If you have these symptoms and no medical professional has been able to diagnose your underlying condition please call us to find out how we can help diagnose and treat your deep venous disease.

  • Pelvic abdominal pain or discomfort
  • Single or bilateral leg pain, heaviness or swelling
  • Abnormal enlarged and tender veins (abdominal, pelvic, thigh and/or buttocks region)
  • Generalized abdominal discomfort
  • Changes and darkening of skin color
  • Skin that feels warm to the touch, redness
  • Deep Venous Disease Diagnosis with on-site Duplex Ultrasound
  • Intra Vascular Ultra Sound (IVUS)
  • Venography
  • Treatment with Venous Angioplasty
  • Stent Placement and Embolization