Your heart moves blood throughout your body using a complex network of blood vessels called your vascular, or circulatory, system. Your vascular system includes your veins, arteries, blood and lymph systems.
Vascular disease is the umbrella term for a disease in one or more parts of your circulatory system.
Our vascular medicine specialists, cardiologists, neurologists, wound care specialists and podiatrists all work collaboratively to diagnose and treat vascular disease. We also offer a full-service rehab program to support you on your road to recovery.
When we treat you for vascular disease, you can expect:
If you have any of the following symptoms, or a cluster of these symptoms, talk to your doctor. They could be signs that you’re developing vascular disease:
To diagnose vascular disease, your doctor will review your medical history and do a thorough physical exam. You may also need to undergo some additional testing.
Some of the detailed vascular tests your doctor could order are:
Learn more about heart and vascular testing and diagnosis at Aurora.
The treatment your doctor recommends will be specific to you. It will depend on your personal health, your particular type of vascular disease and the severity of your symptoms.
Your doctor will talk to you about these options: