If you have been diagnosed with a vascular disease, you will have many questions about treatment options and how your condition may progress. Whatever your prognosis, the experts at UK Gill Heart & Vascular Institute are here for you, offering leading-edge technology and individualized care.
What is Vascular Disease?
Vascular Conditions We Treat
Up to 15 million people are estimated to have peripheral artery/vascular disease, the most common serious vascular condition. But because blood vessels travel to every point in your body, many vascular diseases remain undiagnosed until a cardiac event occurs. At UK Gill Heart & Vascular Institute, we want to treat you before that happens. We specialize in providing medical care for vascular conditions
- Arterial insufficiency
- Arteriovenous malformations
- Carotid artery disease
- Coronary artery disease
- Critical limb-threatening ischemia
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Renal artery disease
- Peripheral artery/vascular disease (PAD/PVD)
- Pulmonary embolism
- Pulmonary hypertension
- Varicose veins
- Venous insufficiency
Diagnosis of Vascular Conditions
Diagnosing your vascular condition will include a physical examination, a complete medical history and blood work. Other studies
- Cardiac ultrasound
- Catheter angiography
- CT angiography
- MR angiography
- Vascular ultrasound
Treatment of Vascular Conditions
Every patient is different, and every vascular condition requires specialized care. Our professionals offer a comprehensive array of treatment plans depending on your diagnosis, which may include surgery, minimally invasive procedures, wellness plans, physical therapy and medications.
Why Choose UK HealthCare for Vascular Conditions?
Whether you need a minimally invasive procedure, a major surgery or just help making lifestyle changes and monitoring your medication, the staff at UK Gill Heart & Vascular Institute will ensure you receive the care and support you need. We promise to always start with the most conservative treatment plan your condition warrants but never to downplay the serious health issues you may be facing.