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Specializing in Vascular Care Since 2009

USA Vascular Centers is a network of AAAHC accredited facilities dedicated to the non-surgical treatment of peripheral artery disease (PAD) and other vascular conditions. With over 45 locations nationwide, we’re committed to providing affordable, expert vascular care that is accessible in your neighborhood.

Our minimally invasive treatments aim to relieve painful symptoms of PAD and improve patients’ lives. Our highly qualified vascular specialists have decades of experience and are trusted, empathetic partners to help guide you through your treatment journey. We truly care about improving our patients’ lives, which is why our doctors will create a personalized treatment plan, including steps for maintaining your health and well-being after treatment.

Putting Patients First

Many of our patients come to us experiencing a loss of mobility as well as independence caused by pain or weakness in their legs during activity. Since the pain can go away when resting, it is very common to mistake symptoms of PAD for the normal aches and pains of aging.

However, we know that leg pain, and other symptoms of PAD, only get worse over time and can lead to serious health conditions like heart attack, stroke, or limb amputation. We’ve made it our mission to help educate patients about their vascular health. We equip our patients with the resources they need to make an informed decision about their health. Additionally,  we provide the most advanced, compassionate vascular care for long-lasting symptom relief and an overall higher quality of life.

At USA Vascular Centers, we put our patients first. Our experienced vascular doctors and staff are passionate about listening to the patients’ needs and vascular health goals. Our vascular specialists work with our patients to develop a care plan they feel comfortable with. We also strive to give patients future steps they can take to maintain their vascular health after treatment.

How We Treat Peripheral Artery Disease 

We believe that no one should have to choose between living with painful symptoms or going through invasive surgery. At USA Vascular Centers, we specialize in providing minimally invasive peripheral artery disease treatment that can relieve your symptoms, improve mobility, and get you back to living the life you love.

We offer a range of effective, non-surgical PAD treatment options that can help improve your vascular health. Our specialists at USA Vascular Centers will determine which treatment approach is best for you by making personalized recommendations based on your medical history and the severity of your condition.

At USA Vascular Centers, our main treatment goals are to:

  • Reduce symptoms
  • Improve mobility
  • Increase quality of life
  • Prevent dangerous health consequences

If you suffer from symptoms of peripheral artery disease, we’re here to help. It’s important to talk with a vascular specialist to understand your condition and decide on a treatment approach that suits your unique needs. When PAD is diagnosed early, lifestyle modifications and medications can be enough to meet our treatment goals.

In cases where PAD has progressed to more severe symptoms, or if there are factors putting you at a higher risk, your doctor may recommend a minimally invasive solution. All our non-surgical procedures are performed in an outpatient setting and aim to restore blood flow to blocked arteries without undergoing surgery.

We provide the following minimally invasive PAD treatments:

  • Angioplasty: A procedure that opens up narrowed or blocked arteries to promote better circulation. Your doctor may recommend either a balloon angioplasty or angioplasty with a stent, factoring in location and severity of plaque buildup when considering which option is best for you.
  • Atherectomy: A thin catheter is inserted through a small incision and is guided to the location of the blockage. There, the catheter removes the plaque using a laser or tiny blade, collecting the plaque in a chamber in the tip.
  • Stent Placement:  A stent is a small mesh tube designed to expand. It is usually made out of metal. To treat peripheral artery disease, an angioplasty stent can be permanently placed within the diseased artery to hold it open.

Learn More About Our Vascular Centers

Treating PAD and vascular conditions in outpatient clinics allows our medical team to transform the lives of as many patients as possible. We proudly provide patients with high-quality care by utilizing the latest technology in our state-of-the-art facilities.

At USA Vascular Centers, we will provide all the information you need to make the best decisions about your vascular health. We guide our patients through the entire treatment process from start to finish, so they feel confident in their treatment choices. Our medical team members set the industry standard and make certain we are at the forefront of the ever-changing healthcare field.

Our dedicated staff members will happily answer any questions you have about treatment, recovery, and insurance coverage. If you’re ready to improve your vascular health, we are here for you. Request a consultation with one of our vascular specialists so you can finally get the relief you deserve.

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