New York Medical and Vascular Care
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Endovascular Interventions Q & A
What are endovascular interventions?
In the past, vein-related health problems required complex and time-consuming open surgeries. Thanks to advances in surgical techniques and technologies, it’s now possible to receive the treatment you need without spending time in the hospital.
Endovascular interventions provide shorter recovery times, less discomfort, and smaller incisions.
Will I benefit from endovascular interventions?
After gathering the necessary information, they develop a custom treatment plan that aligns with your needs.
To explore the benefits of endovascular interventions, schedule an appointment by calling the nearest office or booking online today.
What conditions can endovascular interventions treat?
- Cardiovascular disease, including atherosclerosis
- Carotid artery disease
- Chronic venous insufficiency
- Critical limb ischemia
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Varicose veins
- Vascular malformations
- Renal vascular disease
You might also benefit from endovascular interventions if you experience a heart attack or stroke.
What are the types of endovascular interventions?
The team at New York Medical Vascular Care offers several types of endovascular interventions, including
Endovenous Laser Ablation
During treatment, your provider can close one or multiple veins. Once the veins collapse, your blood reroutes to healthier pathways.
Do you experience leg fatigue, cramping, and pain? You might have Peripheral Vascular Disease.
Ask us how we can help today.
Balloon Angioplasty and Stenting
During endovascular intervention, your provider carefully inserts a tiny balloon through a thin tube (catheter) into a vein. Once positioned, your provider inflates the balloon, restoring adequate blood flow.
If the balloon doesn’t significantly improve your circulation, your provider might also place a stent. A stent is a tiny mesh device that holds your artery open.