Modern vascular care encompasses targeted medical therapy, exercise and diet plans, minimally invasive procedures and traditional operations.
Only Vascular surgeons are trained in all of these areas to offer therapy that is correct for each individual.
Our goal is your goal. We focus on collaboration to devise patient-centered care plans that will result in successful, long-term outcomes for each individual.
Capable. Comprehensive. Collaborative.
Today’s board-certified vascular surgeons are leading the way toward more comprehensive vascular health.
Surgery is only part of our story.
Why Refer to a Vascular Surgeon?
Vascular surgeons dedicate years of specialized training to address the full spectrum of vascular health and disease.
As the only specialists board-certified in vascular surgery, partner with a vascular surgeon for their disease-focused, not technique-focused, expertise.
This includes collaborating to develop patient-centered care plans with a comprehensive approach that provides the most options, including:
Early consultation may help patients avoid surgery – as less than half of those treated by a vascular surgeon require surgical interventions.
For those who do require surgery, vascular surgeons consult with physicians and each patient to provide the most appropriate and personalized solution for the best long-term outcome.
Who to Refer?
Vascular disease affects millions of adults each year.
Risk Factors Include:
Vascular Conditions We Treat:
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We are currently formalizing our multidisciplinary program at ChristianaCare to better deliver care to our community.
This includes treatment and management of aortic diseases from the ascending to the abdominal aorta.
Consider a career in vascular surgery. Resources on how to get there after a college degree and four years of medical school.
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