Vascular Surgery

Our team is dedicated to giving patients the best possible care. To do this, we employ the latest technology to provide precise, reliable results. We check for arterial and venous disease with thorough exams that include Doppler ultrasound, enabling a quick and accurate diagnosis of potential health threats.
Once our surgeons discuss their findings with you and the appropriate treatment has been chosen, we rely on the most efficient and reliable tools and techniques to provide your treatment. Some of our treatment options include modern, low-impact tools such as radiofrequency ablation therapy and transcutaneous laser treatment

Vascular Surgery

Our surgeons and their team are equipped to handle a wide array of vascular issues and treat every case with expert care and attention. Some of the conditions we see often include:

The carotid arteries are major blood vessels in the neck that supply blood to the brain, neck, and face. There are two carotid arteries, one on the right and one on the left. In the neck, each carotid artery branches into two divisions:

  • The internal carotid artery supplies blood to the brain.
  • The external carotid artery supplies blood to the face and neck.

A loss of blood flow to the legs due to narrowed arteries. Our endovascular treatments include diagnostic angiograms, balloon angioplasty, stent placement, and atherectomy.

A bulge in the artery where the arterial wall has weakened. We provide endovascular treatment for aortic and peripheral aneurysms.

The development of damage or inflammation to the temporal arteries, which supply blood to the head and brain. We perform temporal artery biopsy for accurate diagnosis of temporal arteritis.

A hemodialysis access, or vascular access, is a way to reach the blood for hemodialysis. The access allows blood to travel through soft tubes to the dialysis machine where it is cleaned as it passes through a special filter, called a dialyzer. An access is placed by a minor surgery.

Comprehensive
Vein Center

Our surgeons and their team are equipped to handle a wide array of vascular issues and treat every case with expert care and attention. Some of the conditions we see often include:

Enlarged, gnarled veins visible through the skin, most commonly seen in the legs. Our available treatments for varicose veins include sclerotherapy, radiofrequency ablation therapy, and microphlebectomy.

Similar to varicose veins, these veins are smaller and appear like tree branches or spider webs. Treatments may include transcutaneous laser therapy and sclerotherapy.

Venous ulcers, also referred to as stasis, insufficiency or varicose ulcers, are the result of malfunctioning venous valves causing pressure in the veins to increase. These typically occur along the medial or lateral distal (lower) leg. The resulting venous hypertension causes blood pooling when it is not as efficiently pumped back towards the heart, otherwise known as venous insufficiency.

Endovascular center

Learn more about our state-of-the-art Endovascular Center in Wildomar