Lower Manhattan, New York, Vascular Treatment Office

USA Vascular Centers
122 Fulton St, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10038

Fulton St


(646) 762-9625

[email protected]

After hours you may leave us a voicemail and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If your needs are more urgent, someone is always available 24/7 to help.


Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment in Lower Manhattan, NY

If you are experiencing muscle pain or weakness after physical activity that stops when you rest, you may have Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). Over time, plaque accumulates within your arteries. This arterial plaque buildup narrows the passageway for blood with oxygen and nutrients to travel to your lower extremities. PAD affects one in 20 Americans over the age of 50, and only gets worse the longer it’s left untreated. PAD is especially dangerous for people with diabetes, high blood pressure, and other health conditions—and it can also contribute to the risk of a heart attack, stroke, and amputation.

To stop the progression of PAD, early detection at our Lower Manhattan PAD treatment center is the first step. One of our Lower Manhattan vascular specialists will diagnose the severity of your condition and prescribe the right PAD treatment to get your symptoms under control. Together, we can make your daily activities and weekend excursions to Governors Island more enjoyable.  

Minimally Invasive Lower Manhattan, NY, PAD Treatments

If you are experiencing PAD in Lower Manhattan, we offer the latest non-surgical treatments that allow you to skip a long, expensive hospital stay. We treat your PAD without stitches or general anesthesia, and most treatments only take a couple of hours. By utilizing minimallyinvasive PAD treatments like stent angioplasty, patients can avoid surgical risks and look forward to a shorter recovery period.

Our Lower Manhattan vascular specialists are experienced in performing professional diagnosis and treatments, including:

  • Stent Placement
  • Atherectomy
  • Angioplasty

Looking for a local Lower Manhattan, NY, PAD Treatment Specialist Near Your?

When you’re ready to get your vascular health back on track, rely on our Lower Manhattan vascular specialists for expert guidance. We’ll explain the process and address your concerns so that you can make the best decision about vascular healthcare in Lower Manhattan. Our top-rated vascular specialists use a combination of lifestyle changes, medication, and nonsurgical treatments to help relieve your PAD symptoms.

Our advanced PAD treatments and years of experience make us uniquely qualified to improve your symptoms and reduce your pain. We invite you to visit our Lower Manhattan PAD treatment center to see how our AAAHC accredited vascular treatments can improve your quality of life.

How to Get to Lower Manhattan, NY, USA Vascular Locations

The Lower Manhattan PAD treatment center at 122 Fulton St, 5th Floor, New York, is conveniently located just a few blocks south of City Hall Park, near the Fulton Street Subway Station.

Nearby Areas We Serve:

  • Two Bridges
  • World Trade Center
  • Tribeca
  • Downtown Brooklyn

PAD Treatment Center Near Two Bridges: The Lower Manhattan clinic is only about a mile from Two Bridges, a 6-minute drive via Pearl Street and Fulton Street.

PAD Treatment Center Near the World Trade Center: We’re about a mile from the World Trade Center, a 9-minute drive via Park Place and Broadway.  

PAD Treatment Center Near Tribeca: The clinic in Lower Manhattan is less than a mile from Tribeca, about a 7-minute drive via West Broadway and Park Place. 

PAD Treatment Center Near Downtown Brooklyn: Downtown Brooklyn is about a 10-minute, 2-mile drive via the Brooklyn Bridge.  

Schedule Your First Appointment at Lower Manhattan, NY, Vascular

We can help relieve your  pain and decrease your health risks with professional arterial care. Start your recovery when you book an instant appointment or call (646) 762-9625 to talk with a Lower Manhattan vascular specialist today.

Heart health at USA Vascular Centers


Timely detection and treatment of PAD can improve the quality of your life; help you keep your independence and mobility; and reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke, leg amputation, and even death.

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