122021Sep
What Is Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)?

What Is Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)?

What is peripheral artery disease (PAD)? PAD (Peripheral Artery Disease) is a very dangerous vascular disease that can lead to amputation if not diagnosed and treated in time. When the leg arteries get blocked by plaque build-up, blood circulation through the legs can become restricted, causing leg ulcers that do not heal and gangrene that…

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242019Jun
Laser Vein Treatment In Spring Hill FL For Venous Insufficiency Explained by Vascular Surgeon Dr. Goldbach

Laser Vein Treatment In Spring Hill FL For Venous Insufficiency Explained by Vascular Surgeon Dr. Goldbach

Laser vein treatment is a non-invasive procedure that is provided on an outpatient basis and is covered by most medical insurance providers because venous insufficiency is a dangerous vein disease that does not go away on its own, putting a person’s life at risk of developing a deadly blood clot. Spring Hill vascular surgeon Dr….

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202016Jun
Vein Treatment Center Spring Hill FL Offers The Latest Laser Vascular Surgery

Vein Treatment Center Spring Hill FL Offers The Latest Laser Vascular Surgery

Vein Treatment Center Spring Hill FL – The Vein and Vascular Institute provides the latest and most advanced laser vascular surgery (EVLT – Endovenous Ablation) for venous reflux disease treatment and varicose vein removal performed on an outpatient basis. At The Vein and Vascular Institute of Spring Hill, laser vascular surgery is performed by Board-Certified…

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92016Jun
Spring Hill Vascular Surgeon Dr. Kerr Discusses EVLT For Venous Insufficiency

Spring Hill Vascular Surgeon Dr. Kerr Discusses EVLT For Venous Insufficiency

EVLT Spring Hill FL – Endovenous ablation for venous insufficiency treatment is performed on an outpatient basis at The Vein and Vascular Institute of Spring Hill. Using EVLT (Endovenous Laser Ablation Treatment), Spring Hill vein surgeon, Dr. Kerr closed the diseased veins that were causing patient Janet venous insufficiency in her legs. For years, Janet…

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172014Apr
Poor Circulation In Legs Due To Peripheral Arterial Disease Causes 75,000 Leg Amputations

Poor Circulation In Legs Due To Peripheral Arterial Disease Causes 75,000 Leg Amputations

Dr. Kenneth Wright, of The Vein and Vascular Institute of Spring Hill reveals shocking number of people unexpectedly losing their legs due to Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). PAD is a very serious medical condition where the arteries in the legs and arms get blocked due to plaque build-up (cholesterol, calcium and fibrous tissue). Blocked arteries…

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