UT Southwestern Medical Center provides the advanced therapies and both endovascular and open surgical procedures needed to effectively treat vascular conditions. In addition, our vascular specialists are dedicated to providing patients with attentive, personalized care in an environment that is home to one of the nation’s pre-eminent health care facilities.
Our specialists have extensive experience in treating abdominal aortic aneurysms, deep-vein thrombosis, peripheral vascular disease, claudication, and other vascular conditions. If patients have been diagnosed with or have experienced symptoms related to a vascular disorder, our specialists will thoroughly evaluate their condition and prescribe the right course of action.
At UT Southwestern, a team approach incorporates experts from Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Radiology, and Vascular Surgery to provide patients with a comprehensive analysis of their particular situation. Our clinical practice for vascular disorders also works in unison with our vascular research programs to ensure patients receive the most advanced diagnostic evaluations and treatments available.
UT Southwestern offers minimally invasive endovascular procedures that achieve excellent results while reducing hospital stays. Procedures using small incisions allow patients to experience less discomfort than with traditional open surgery and to recovery more quickly.
Our clinicians and researchers provide vascular diagnostic procedures and interventional therapies needed to ameliorate, cure, and prevent all types of vascular disease. Our vascular specialists have the knowledge and expertise needed to effectively perform the most advanced endovascular and open surgical procedures available for the treatment of vascular disease.
With the comprehensive medical resources available at UT Southwestern, patients’ initial consultations, vascular intervention and follow-up care are all provided in one location. In addition, our expert and compassionate care will make an important difference in the treatment of their condition and ensure improved long-term health.