What is Vascular Surgery?
The Vascular Division of CaroMont Heart & Vascular performs more than
500 procedures annually for patients with a broad spectrum of vascular
diseases in our inpatient and outpatient facilities.Our physicians are
board certified vascular surgeons who treat a wide variety of vascular
diseases including: aneurysms of the abdominal aorta (AAA), peripheral
arterial disease (PAD), occlusive disease of the cerebrovascular circulation
by open and endovascular techniques, dialysis access, and minimally invasive
treatments for venous disease.
CaroMont Heart & Vascular utilizes a multidisciplinary approach for
the treatment and management of peripheral arterial disease (PAD), a disease
process that affects millions of Americans every year. This collaborative
effort often involves coordinating care between numerous specialties including
Interventional Cardiology, Vascular Surgery, Podiatry and General Surgery.
CaroMont Heart & Vascular providers also work closely with the wound
care centers, often evaluating and managing arterial or venous disease
that may be contributing to delayed wound healing.
Non-invasive vascular laboratory testing is performed on site. Our ultrasound
technologists are Registered Vascular Technologists (RVTs). Combined they
perform over 5000 studies annually in an "Intersocietal Accreditation
Commission" accredited vascular laboratory. Typically, every effort
will be made to coordinate your ultrasound imaging results with a follow-up
visit with a vascular surgery provider on the same day.
What We Treat
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm - Endovascular Stent Grafting
- Abdominal Aneurysm Surgery - Traditional Open Surgery
- Adventitial Cystic Disease
- Atherosclerosis Atherectomy for PAD
- Atherosclerosis Endarterectomy for PAD
- Atherosclerosis Stenting for PAD
- Bypass Surgery for Atherosclerosis/PAD
- Carotid Artery Aneurysm Surgery
- Carotid Body Tumor Surgery
- Carotid Endarterectomy
- Carotid Stenting
- Deep Venous Thrombosis (DTV)
- Dialysis access
- Limb Salvage
- May-Thurner Syndrome