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The specialists at Everest Vascular are highly skilled in the diagnosis and management of wide range of cardiac and vascular conditions and provide you with the highest quality care in a compassionate and congenial environment.

  • Arteriosclerosis

    Arteriosclerosis is a condition in which the arteries become stiff and narrow. A common type of arteriosclerosis is atherosclerosis, a condition in which plaque builds up on the inside walls of arteries, making them thick and inflexible. This can impede blood flow to your organs and tissues.

  • Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

    Peripheral arterial disease, also known as peripheral vascular disease, is a common vascular condition in which blood supply to the limbs is reduced due to the narrowing of arteries.

  • Vascular Disease

    Vascular disease refers to abnormal conditions that affect the body’s blood vessels including the arteries, veins, and capillaries. The condition is characterized by damage or weakening of the blood vessels resulting in reduced blood flow.

  • Aortic Disease

    The aorta is the largest artery in your body. It is made of strong, flexible walls which bear the pressure of blood flowing from your heart. It receives oxygenated blood from your heart and branches into smaller arteries to pump the oxygenated blood to the different parts of your body.

  • Venous Insufficiency

    Varicose veins/venous insufficiency is a condition where veins in the body (most often in the legs) have difficulty sending blood from your legs back to your heart. This causes blood to accumulate in the veins of the legs and they become varicose (enlarged or dilated) over time.

  • Claudication

    Claudication, also known as intermittent claudication, is the pain you feel when your leg muscles do not receive sufficient blood while you walk or exercise and is relieved during rest.

  • Non- Healing Wounds

    A wound that doesn't heal after five to eight weeks, even after you've been taking care of it according to your doctor's directions is called a non-healing wound. This may be a serious condition because it could become infected and result in sickness or even loss of a limb.

  • Leg Swelling

    Leg swelling refers to swollen or puffy legs that may occur in any region of the legs, including the thighs, calves, ankles, or feet. Leg swelling may have several causes. Some causes of leg swelling, such as walking or standing for long periods, are usually harmless.

  • Pain in Legs

    Leg pain can be defined as discomfort or uncomfortable sensations felt in the leg areas of the body. The pain can be persistent or intermittent, develop gradually or suddenly, and can be felt on your whole back or leg or a specific region.

  • Non Healing Ulcers

    Non-healing arterial and venous ulcers are a serious condition that can lead to amputations, chronic disabilities, and even death. They are often caused due to peripheral vascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels in the blood, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease.

  • Lower Extremity Wounds

    A wound is a break in the skin caused by an injury (cuts, scratches, and scrapes), surgery, or conditions such as diabetes. Management of foot and leg wounds refers to the care or treatment employed for the management of lower extremity wounds until they heal, ...

  • Ulcers

    An ulcer is a break in the continuity of the skin or membrane. An arterial ulcer occurs due to damage to the artery because of insufficient blood flow through the tissue.

  • Gangrene

    Gangrene is characterized by tissue death due to the lack of oxygen-rich blood flow to a specific part of the body. This condition usually occurs in the extremities such as the fingers, toes, arms, and legs, but can also occur in the internal tissues.

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  • American Board of Internal Medichine
  • American Board of Vascular Medicine
  • Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions