Are vascular pain and arterial disease holding you back?
Arterial disease affects millions of Americans every year. If you suffer from pain, cramping, or numbness in the legs, or difficulty walking, you’re not alone. But these are signs of a serious condition that requires treatment to avoid some serious risks.
Our onsite ultrasound lab and our years of expertise makes us uniquely qualified to assess and treat arterial diseases, including peripheral artery disease (PAD) and carotid artery disease. Fill out our contact form for more information or to schedule your appointment. Referring physicians can call our team at 510-357-4006 or 925-831-0101.
What is peripheral artery disease (PAD)?
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) occurs when arteries in the legs become clogged or narrowed, resulting in a lack of blood flow to the legs and vital organs of the body. The lack of oxygen damages the nerves and tissue and can increase the likelihood of infections. Reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke by treating peripheral artery disease as early as possible.
If you suffer from peripheral artery disease, you may have difficulty walking or frequent pain and even numbness in the legs. You may experience leg wounds that do not fully heal, and issues might get worse when lying down. While lifestyle changes may help ease these issues in the early stages, it’s important to see your doctor to assess the severity of your condition and talk about treatment options. That’s where we come in.
Treating arterial disease at Vascular Surgery Medical Group
Vascular Surgery Medical Group is one of the top vascular groups in the East Bay. With decades of experience and thousands of successful procedures performed, you or your patients are in good hands. Our capabilities and onsite technologies include:
- A full-functioning AngioSuite
- The newest x-ray technology
- Intravascular ultrasound
- Transradial procedures
- The newest technology in balloon angioplasties
We treat peripheral artery disease, carotid disease, aortic aneurysms, and more. For more information about arterial disease treatments in the East Bay, or to schedule an appointment, call Vascular Surgery Medical Group at 510-357-4006 or 925-831-0101.
You can also fill out our simple contact form.