Our vein specialists diagnose and treat conditions affecting your veins, arteries, blood and lymphatic system (part of the body’s immune system).
We help improve vein-related conditions in the least disruptive ways possible. Our team may suggest effective lifestyle changes, medication and/or minimally invasive treatments.
Our minimally invasive endovascular procedures (performed inside your veins) use tiny tubes called catheters to help break up blood clots and open veins narrowed by plaque (a condition called atherosclerosis).
Whatever your condition, our more than 60 years of experience and advanced tools can help you get the relief and results you need.
We are one of the most accomplished vascular medicine programs in Wisconsin with superior outcomes. In fact, we treat more patients for vein problems than any other health system in the state.
In our comprehensive program, we offer:
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Our specialists treat every major type of vascular disease and condition. They include:
These are health conditions related to your arteries and their functioning. Arteries are the blood vessels that carry blood away from your heart. Arterial disease typically includes carotid artery disease and peripheral artery disease (PAD).
Venous Disease is a health issue related to your veins, the vessels that move blood back to your heart.
We also provide advanced treatment for:
Vascular testing helps your doctor identify disorders inside your veins and arteries. Many of our locations offer specialized vascular testing equipment and expert diagnosticians.
Common vascular tests you may need include:
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Because vascular medicine is one of our specialties, we offer a wide range of treatment options, including some that are not available anywhere else in Wisconsin.
Our treatments include:
In some cases, your doctor may prescribe medication to treat your vascular condition. Your doctor may also refer you to other specialists who deal with health issues like diabetes that can eventually lead to vein problems.
Your provider may also recommend lifestyle changes that can improve your vascular symptoms. These changes may include:
Endovascular treatments are procedures that are performed inside blood vessels using a catheter. Interventional treatments are procedures that are typically less invasive than traditional open surgery.
Both endovascular and interventional procedures are often done on an outpatient basis. These procedures include:
When necessary, we use traditional surgery to repair aneurysms and blocked arteries. You will typically stay in the hospital for several days to recover.
Learn more about vascular and endovascular surgery.
Our vascular surgeons and specialists treat more people with vein conditions in Wisconsin than anybody else. They are collaborative, compassionate and ready to talk about your health. Get to Know Our Vascular Team.