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The Division of Vascular Surgery at Einstein offers state-of-the-art vascular treatment for patients in the Philadelphia area. Home to the Wound Center at Einstein — a dedicated center for the treatment of simple wounds to complex, large-vessel reconstructive surgeries — the Division of Vascular Surgery features quality care with an emphasis on minimally-invasive endovascular techniques.
Conditions treatedperipheral vascular disease (PVD)peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAD)aneurysms (femoral, popliteal, abdominal aortic)cerebrovascular diseasecarotid artery stenosisvertebral artery diseaselymphedemastroke preventionarterial insufficiency (leg pain when walking)venous stasis ulcersnon-healing woundsgangrenevaricose veinschronic venous insufficiencysuperficial venous thrombosis or phlebitisdeep vein thrombosisvascular complications from diabetesupper extremity vascular diseaseProcedures and therapies offeredendovascular and open vascular surgeryaortic aneurysm repairstenting (coronary artery, angioplasty, renal artery)femoral popliteal surgeryCT angiographycarotid artery endarterectomyradio frequency ablation for venous insufficiencyamputationsnoninvasive vascular studiescomprehensive wound care center — including debridement therapy and wound care dressingshyperbaric oxygen treatmentscosmetic venous proceduresLocationsEinstein Medical Center PhiladelphiaEinstein Medical Center Montgomery Medical Arts Building
Einstein Medical Center PhiladelphiaEinstein Medical Center Montgomery Medical Arts Building