Our team of multidisciplinary experts work together to diagnose, treat and repair all types of peripheral artery disease (PAD), also known as peripheral vascular disease (PVD), in one location. Our physicians perform a high volume of complex vascular procedures and research shows a strong correlation between the number of procedures performed and positive outcomes. We have physician experts in vascular medicine, vascular surgery, cardiology and interventional radiology, working together to offer the full range of treatment options for all types of vascular disease, from the common to the complex.
Vascular Medicine specialists diagnose and manage disorders of the arteries and veins and treat disease of the peripheral vascular system (diseases of blood vessels beyond the heart and brain).
Vascular surgeons specialize in surgery of the arteries and veins, especially as they relate to the treatment of diseases of the peripheral vascular system.
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Vascular and interventional radiologists are physicians who interpret images (such as X-rays, fluoroscopy, ultrasound and CT) to guide catheters and other instruments through blood vessels to locate precise areas in the body. Various diagnostic and treatment procedures can be performed using this minimally invasive technique. Many of these procedures provide an alternative to traditional surgery, which requires general anesthesia and often a large incision.
Vascular Surgery Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants
Courtney Johnson, PA-C
Debra Lanza, APNP
Stephen Robischon, PA-C