Conditions We Treat
Fayetteville Vascular and Vein Center, P.A offers comprehensive vascular care. Our experienced surgeons specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of vascular disease.
We treat the following conditions:
Varicose Veins & Venous Disorders
Refers to other chronic conditions related to or caused by veins that become diseased or abnormal. These problems can include: Varicose veins and spider veins, Leg Swelling and Leg Pain, venous ulcers and deep vein thrombosis.
Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
This is a condition where there is buildup of plaque in the walls off arteries which reduces or blocks the flow of blood to your limbs. PAD is most commonly seen in legs.
Dialysis Access Placement & Management
We are highly experienced in creating and maintaining dialysis accesses. We monitor AV- Grafts and AV-Fistula regularly to ensure proper functioning to allow for adequate dialysis.
Carotid Artery Disease
The carotid artery is the vessel that supplies blood to the brain and face. When the carotid artery gets stenosis, which is caused by hardening of the arteries, is a factor for stroke. Our office can check for this with ultrasounds. By detecting carotid arterial disease early, we can take quick action to prevent a stroke.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Management (and other Peripheral Vascular Aneurysms)
An aneurysm is a localized enlargement of an artery, which happens most often in the aorta. Peripheral aneurysms affect the arteries other than the aorta. Aneurysms are a health risk because they can burst or rupture. A ruptured aneurysm can cause severe internal bleeding, which can lead to shock or even death. Our office can check for this by ultrasound during your visit.
Renal Artery Disease
This is a disease of the arteries that supply blood to the kidneys, known as renal artery stenosis. This can cause high blood pressure and possible kidney failure.
Mesenteric Artery Disease
Mesenteric arterial disease is a vascular disorder which the arteries that supply blood to the intestines becoming narrowed, known as mesenteric ischemia.
Diabetic Foot and Wound Care
Diabetic foot ulcers are major complications from diabetics. We not only take care of your wound but we look to make sure you are getting good blood flow to the area to help with the healing process. Untreated ulcers can lead to infection which could lead to amputation.
Lymphedema occurs when a clear fluid known as lymphatic fluid builds up in the soft tissues of your body, usually in an arm or leg. If you have lymphedema, you may not develop symptoms immediately. Sometimes symptoms occur 15 or more years following an injury to your lymphatic system. When symptoms eventually occur, they can include: Aching, weakness, redness, heaviness, or tightness in one of your limbs, Less flexibility in your wrist or ankle and tight-fitting rings or shoes.