Arterial Disease Treatments
Arterial disease, including Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), presents a significant challenge to vascular health. The journey to better vascular health often commences with medical management. For many patients grappling with PAD or arterial disease, adopting healthier lifestyle choices can yield substantial benefits. Behavioral modifications, such as quitting smoking, maintaining a balanced diet, regular exercise, and managing underlying health conditions, form the cornerstone of medical management. These positive changes can significantly improve blood circulation, contributing to a healthier life.
Percutaneous interventions have emerged as a pivotal strategy in enhancing arterial flow while minimizing the invasiveness of traditional surgical procedures. Our skilled Vascular Surgeons are well-versed in these minimally invasive techniques, which involve the use of a catheter. These outpatient procedures offer patients the advantage of a swift recovery, enabling them to regain their mobility and comfort more rapidly.
For patients confronting severe and complex arterial disease, reconstructive surgery becomes a crucial treatment option. At Mid-Atlantic Surgical Group, our Vascular Surgeons are equipped to provide state-of-the-art surgical care, often incorporating hybrid endovascular technologies to expedite the recovery process. The decision to pursue reconstructive surgery is influenced by various factors, including the severity and complexity of the arterial disease, as well as the patient's overall health. We consider the unique circumstances and health factors that each patient faces to determine the most suitable course of action. Our commitment to delivering the best possible care is unwavering, ensuring that our patients receive treatments that are both effective and aligned with their specific needs.
By choosing Mid-Atlantic Surgical Group in Salisbury, Maryland, you are partnering with a team of professionals who prioritize your well-being. Our commitment to cutting-edge techniques and compassionate patient-centered care ensures that you receive exceptional treatment for arterial disease.
The Vascular Surgeons of Mid-Atlantic Surgical Group perform a wide variety of treatments to restore blood flow in the legs.
Most patients with PAD or arterial disease are candidates for a trial of behavioral modification. By stopping bad habits and adding a few new healthy steps to their everyday routines can be very beneficial to improving the patients blood circulation.
Many patients who require an improvement in arterial flow can be treated through a catheter. These minimally invasive procedures allow patients to get back to walking after an outpatient procedure with a minimal recovery time.
For patients with arterial disease requiring traditional surgery, the Vascular Surgeons at Mid-Atlantic Surgical Group are prepared to provide advanced surgical care and hybrid endovascular technologies to speed up recovery.
Depending upon the severity and complexity of arterial disease including any other health factors the patient is facing is all taken into account and will help us determine what treatment will work the best for the patient.