Vascular Surgery- A Comprehensive Treatment for Vascular Disease

Vascular Surgery- A Comprehensive Treatment for Vascular Disease

North Atlanta Vascular Clinic and Vein Center


A vascular disease is any abnormal condition that affects the structure and function of the blood vessels. The diseases can be anything from disorders that affect your blood circulation to problems with your blood vessels, arteries, and veins that carry lymph. Vascular diseases can be addressed with vascular surgery, but some vascular patients do not need surgery
People with complex and serious vascular diseases will need to see a vascular surgeon. Our expert vascular surgeons provide coordinated and comprehensive treatment to people of all ages. They treat conditions such as aortic aneurysms, carotid artery disease, vein problems, and other vascular-related issues. 

Advanced Vascular Diagnostics

Our experienced, skilled and expert vascular surgeons can accurately diagnose your condition. Ultrasound screening and Doppler scan systems can be used to diagnose and identify the exact problem and create a proper treatment plan accordingly. 

Comprehensive Treatments for Vascular Disease 

Vascular surgeons are specialized in delivering vascular care with outstanding results.

Treatment for vascular therapy :

  • Endovascular Therapy: Catheter-based endovascular procedures are a great option for patients, as they are minimally invasive and ensure shorter hospital stays. Endovascular therapy includes venous ablation and angioplasty with balloons or stents. Stroke and peripheral artery disease can be treated with this endovascular therapy. This surgery is highly recommended for patients who need surgery but have an increased risk of complications due to other health conditions. 
  • Surgical Therapy: Whenever required, surgeons are skilled in treating vascular diseases with the latest surgical options including carotid endarterectomy, wound debridement, bypass, and abdominal or thoracic aortic aneurysm repair. 
  • Medical Management: Medications and risk-factor modification may be the best treatment option for some patients depending on the severity of their disease. If patients are in the beginning stages, then lifestyle changes and medications are recommended to treat their symptoms. 
  • Thrombolytic Therapy: These catheter-based procedures use tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA) clot-busting medication to dissolve clots that have blocked major arteries or veins. The length of the treatment time varies depending on the underlying cause. For a heart attack, it can take 60 minutes and for deep vein thrombosis (DVT), it can take 2 days. 

Following a diagnosis of your vascular disease, your doctor determines the time and type of treatment appropriate. Your surgeon will follow a multidisciplinary approach to determine whether the patient needs treatment immediately or in the future. They work closely with specialists in vascular medicine, vascular lab, and radiology to provide suitable and patient-focused care. They develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs. 
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with vascular disease, contact North Atlanta Vascular and Vein Center today or schedule an appointment with us if you are looking for the best vascular clinic for your treatment. At all of our locations in Johns Creek, Cumming, Roswell, or Lawrenceville, Georgia, North Atlanta Vascular Clinic provides treatment for a wide range of vascular and venous disorders in a comfortable and friendly environment.


North Atlanta Vascular Clinic and Vein Center

North Atlanta Vascular Clinic is a vascular surgery center located in Suwanee, Cumming, Alpharetta, and Lawrenceville, Georgia. Our vein disease specialists offer a comprehensive examination that includes a physical examination, review of your symptoms, and discussion of your medical history. We use advanced venography techniques and provide effective treatment for several health conditions like DVT, Spider Veins, Leg Cramps, MTS, and more. Contact us to get accurate diagnosis and treatment for all your vascular diseases.

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