Don't let the wrong doctors fix your leg, go to the expert doctors at Vascular Institute of Michigan and here is why...

Vascular disease is being managed by various specialists. Physicians trained in vascular surgery are the only ones who can provide medical management, minimally invasive (endovascular) treatment using catheters and balloons,and open operations as needed. If complications occur, only vascular surgeons have the privileges in the hospital to take care of the complications. It is a myth that a patient seen by a Vascular surgeon will always need an open operation. Majority of patients seen in the office are managed medically and if the need be undergo endovascular procedure that can also be performed in the office

Vascular Challenge

Each of us value our limbs and rely on them daily. We use our legs, feet and toes every moment with activities such as working, walking, running, picking up your child or grandchild, driving a car, riding a bike, hiking, swimming, exercising, sports…the list goes on and on. That is why we strive to be the leaders in Limb Salvage and Preservation. Take the Vascular Challenge and call us today for a Second Opinion (810) 535-5555.

Second opinions offer a different perspective on a condition that has previously been assessed. By asking a different physician to look at your case, you may learn new ways to treat your condition or simply obtain reassurance that your current treatment plan is the most appropriate.

The Vascular Institute of Michigan is dedicated to preserving function of the lower extremities and offering advanced limb salvage and preservation options. With appropriate treatment, most amputations can be prevented. The Vascular Institute of Michigan provides comprehensive and advanced treatment alternatives to amputation.

Please call today to schedule your appointment: (810) 535-5555 (Same or next day appointments available)

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Screening for PAD

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) develops when cholesterol levels and scar tissue build up, causing the arteries to narrow and restrict blood flow. PAD in the leg can lead to difficulty in walking and, in its most severe stage, gangrene leading to leg amputation.

The key to any medical issue is to catch it as early as possible. This way your doctor can create a plan to manage and treat the condition.

We can do a simple, quick and easy non-invasive test called the ankle-brachial index (ABI). After removing your socks and shoes, you will have pressure cuffs placed around your upper arms and ankles. Then we will use an ultrasound machine to measure the systolic blood pressure in your limbs.

Check to see if you are at risk for PAD

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