Vascular Treatment Office on St. Nicholas Avenue, New York

USA Vascular Centers
1264 St Nicholas Ave
New York, NY 10033

25 Av D-transit

(347) 343-7264

[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 on St. Nicholas Avenue, New York

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), when plaque buildup narrows the arteries which limits the blood flow to your extremities, often causes leg pain, cramping, and other painful symptoms. Additionally, PAD can  make physical activity like walking up a flight of stairs or strolling around the neighborhood difficult. These and other PAD symptoms like numbness and weakness affect one in 20 Americans over the age of 50. PAD can also contribute to heart attack and stroke; therefore, it’s important to be proactive about treatment. People who smoke, are overweight, or have high blood pressure incur a greater risk of developing PAD.

Stopping the progression of PAD starts with early detection at our St. Nicholas Avenue PAD treatment center. A St. Nicholas Avenue vascular specialist will diagnose your condition and prescribe the appropriate PAD treatment plan that fits your individual needs.  

Minimally Invasive St. Nicholas Avenue, New York PAD Treatments

If you are living with the symptoms of PAD disease near St. Nicholas Avenue, we offer non-surgical treatments that don’t require overnight stays. Our leading-edge treatments also don’t involve stitches or general anesthesia, and take about two hours. 

Our St. Nicholas Avenue vascular specialists are qualified to perform professional diagnosis and treatments, including:

  • Angioplasty 
  • Stent Placement
  • Atherectomy

Looking for a St. Nicholas Avenue, New York, PAD Treatment Specialist Near You?

Interested in learning more about the latest in advanced vascular care? Turn to our St. Nicholas Avenue vascular specialists for expert guidance. We can answer your questions and address your concerns so you can make an educated decision about vascular healthcare on St. Nicholas Avenue. We invite you to visit our St. Nicholas Avenue PAD treatment center to see how our AAAHC accredited vascular treatments can get you back on your feet.

How to Get to Our St. Nicholas Avenue, New York, USA Vascular Location

Our St. Nicholas Avenue PAD treatment center at 1264 St Nicholas Ave, The

Bronx, NY, is centrally located just a few blocks from J. Hood Wright Park, near West 173rd Street.

Nearby Areas We Serve:

  • Washington Heights
  • Hudson Heights
  • Highbridge
  • Mount Eden
  • Morris Heights

PAD Treatment Center Near Washington Heights: The clinic is only a few blocks from Washington Heights, a 3-minute drive via Juan Pablo Duarte Boulevard.

PAD Treatment Center Near the Hudson Heights: We’re less than a mile from Hudson Heights, a quick 7-minute drive via Fort Washington Avenue.  

PAD Treatment Center Near Highbridge: The PAD center is just over the Harlem River, about a 14-minute drive via Amsterdam Avenue. 

PAD Treatment Center Near Mount Eden: Our clinic is about 2 miles from Mount Eden, only a 15-minute drive via Amsterdam Avenue.  

PAD Treatment Center Near Morris Heights: The clinic is less than 2 miles from Morris Heights, about a 15-minute drive via the Washington Bridge and Amsterdam Avenue. 

Schedule Your Initial St. Nicholas Avenue, The Bronx, Vascular Consultation Today

Book an online appointment or call (347) 343-7264 to talk to a St. Nicholas Avenue vascular specialist today. We want you to know you don’t have to suffer through limited mobility or painful symptoms. At USA Vascular Centers, we aim to make getting diagnosed and treated for PAD as convenient as possible. Together, we can make daily activities and weekend excursions to nearby attractions more enjoyable.

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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