Vascular Treatment Office on Pennsylvania Ave, Brooklyn, NY

USA Vascular Centers
864 Pennsylvania Ave. (now known as Granville Payne Ave.)
Brooklyn, NY 11207


(646) 798-8502

[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 Vascular Treatment on Pennsylvania Avenue, NY

According to the American Heart Association, approximately 6.5 million people age 40 and older in the United States have Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). If you’re one of those millions, you’re familiar with symptoms like leg pain while walking. You might even have sores or wounds on your feet that won’t heal.   

Some people ignore the noticeable signs of PAD as a natural part of growing older. You don’t want to dismiss these symptoms, because PAD increases your risk for stroke, coronary heart disease, and heart attack. 

PAD is common and progressive, but it’s also treatable. However, timely detection and early treatment are critical, so don’t delay. If you have or think you have PAD disease, schedule a consultation with our vascular specialists. Our minimally invasive procedures can improve the blood flow to your legs, helping you walk without the pain you’re feeling. 

The following office-based, non-surgical procedures are available at our Pennsylvania Avenue PAD vascular center:

  • Angioplasty 
  • Stent Placement
  • Atherectomy

Minimally Invasive PAD Treatments on Pennsylvania Avenue

Get the attention you need at our state-of-the-art facility for vascular health care on Pennsylvania Avenue, NY. Our safe and comfortable PAD outpatient center is accredited by the AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.), so you can rely on our doctors and staff to provide high-quality care.

Does the thought of PAD treatment make you nervous? There’s no need to worry. Our compassionate PAD specialists on Pennsylvania Avenue take the time to listen and will make you feel at ease. Thanks to our non-surgical approach, there’s no need for any stitches or anesthesia. Same-day treatment means you’ll be able to quickly return to your everyday activities, like walking at Fresh Creek Nature Preserve.  

Looking for a PAD Treatment Specialist on Pennsylvania Avenue?

Our reliable Peripheral Artery Disease specialists on Pennsylvania Avenue are ready to treat and lower your risk for developing PAD. We’re proud to staff the most highly qualified vascular specialists in Brooklyn. 

How to Get to Our USA Vascular Location on Pennsylvania Avenue

You’ll find our Pennsylvania Avenue Peripheral Artery Disease treatment center between Wortman Avenue and Stanley Avenue. We’re near the Galaxy Motel Brooklyn. 

Nearby Areas We Serve:

  • Brooklyn
  • New Lots
  • East New York
  • Starrett City
  • Brownsville

PAD Treatment Near Brooklyn: Brooklyn is about 3.9 miles away. Take Atlantic Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue and you’ll be here in about 21 minutes.

PAD Treatment Near New Lots: Our center is about 3 minutes from New Lots. Take Granville Payne Avenue/Pennsylvania Avenue for 0.4 miles 

PAD Treatment Near East New York: When you’re coming from East New York, we’re a 1-mile drive along Cozine Avenue. You’ll be here in about 6 minutes.

PAD Treatment Near Starrett City: We’re about a 0.8-mile drive from Starrett City. Take Granville Payne Avenue/Pennsylvania Avenue and you’ll be here in about 5 minutes.

PAD Treatment Near Brownsville: Our center is about an 11-minute, 2-mile drive along Thomas S. Boyland Street and Linden Boulevard.

Book Your Vascular Treatment on Pennsylvania Avenue

Are you ready to get started on a personalized treatment plan from our Pennsylvania Avenue PAD specialists? Schedule a consultation to learn more about our successful treatment options. Call us at 646-798-8502 or book online.

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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