Article provided by: Sonoran Vein and EndovascularPoor circulation is one of the signs of vascular disease Phoenix. Without treatment, it can cause weakened vessels and aneurysms. Get the best treatment starting with a free vein screening from SonoranVein.Com. Visit our locations in Scottsdale or Peoria to have a minimally invasive surgical procedure that treats vascular disease.
Vascular disease may occur in your veins, lymph vessels, and arteries and cause poor circulation. Atherosclerosis or a build-up of plaque in the vessel is a common cause, along with aneurysm or the build-up in bulging and weakened parts of the vessel. A qualified doctor who specializes in vascular disease Phoenix can perform proper screening, diagnosis, and treatment.
Types of Vascular Disease
There are different types of vascular disease, ranging from painful and unsightly veins to life-threatening conditions:
• Peripheral artery disease (can encompass mesenteric, renal, and carotid artery disease)
• Venous diseases like spider veins, varicose veins, and chronic venous insufficiency
• Vascular disorders like aneurysms, Buerger's disease, and Raynaud's disease.
A family history, high blood pressure, and diabetes may aggravate the condition. Smoking, high cholesterol, and a sedentary lifestyle may contribute to your chances of developing any type of vascular disease, too.
Consider a free vein screening from Sonoran Vein and Endovascular if you start noticing poor circulation, varicose veins, spider veins, and pain caused by swollen veins. Diagnosis is usually done by a professional like Dr. D'Souza via an angiogram, ultrasound, CT scan, or MRI; then, the most suitable mode of treatment will be recommended based on your condition. You might undergo sclerotherapy for small varicose veins and spider veins, or surgical procedures like endarterectomy or bypass to remove the blockage and plaque in your veins. Renal artery angioplasty may also remove the plaque.
Call Sonoran Vein and Endovascular at 602-374-4101 for treatment of vascular disease or use the online form on this website to start the free vein screening.