"The staff is friendly, helpful, and personable. I felt like our concerns were heard, procedures explained in a way we could understand. Doctor Quickert's no-nonsense approach was refreshing after having not-so-great treatment from others. We felt instantly comfortable and informed after our very first visit."
- Initial FREE Evaluation with comprehensive ultrasound
- EVLT (Laser Ablation)
- RFA (Radio Frequency Ablation)
- Foam Sclerotherapy / Varithena
- Spider Vein Therapy
- Micro Phlebectomy (Vein Stripping)
- Intravenous Ultrasound (IVUS)
- Venous Stenting
- Angioplasty (Balloon)
- Compression Therapy
- IVC (Intra Vena Cava) filter placement / removal
- Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Port / Central Line / PICC Line placement / removal
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) occurs in various forms that damage the arteries, which deliver blood from the heart throughout the body. The most common types of this include blood clots or calcium that block blood flow and prevent oxygen from reaching tissue. This can cause pain, sores, or even dead tissue that can lead to strokes and heart attacks.
A physician can perform a physical exam to determine whether a patient has PAD, including measuring blood pressure or performing ultrasound or MRI. An Interventional Radiologist is a board-certified physician who delivers minimally invasive treatments with less risk, less pain, and less recovery time than traditional surgery to treat Peripheral Arterial Disease.