Discover Your Best Vascular Care Option
Vascular treatments care for conditions that affect your arteries, veins and blood vessels – your vascular system. Our specialists treat any disorder that disrupts your blood circulation throughout your body.
If you have a vascular disorder, you have options. There are several surgical and nonsurgical treatments available. We’ll be your guide to help you fully understand your choices. Our specialists will help you find the right treatment for you.
No matter what you choose, you’ll receive expert care that focuses on you.
Expert Care for Common Vascular Conditions
Our vascular team offers complete care for:
- Aortic aneurysms
- Carotid artery disease
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
- Lower leg and foot non-healing wounds
- Peripheral artery disease
- Peripheral vascular disease
- Pulmonary embolism
- Thoracic outlet syndrome
- Varicose and spider veins
You’ll partner with a specialist to find a treatment option for your condition. We tailor treatments to the condition and its severity. Our treatments include:
- Lifestyle changes such as through diet and exercise
- Medications like blood thinners
- Minimally invasive vascular surgery
- Nonsurgical procedures
We also offer a limb preservation program that is dedicated to preventing amputations. If you’re scheduled for a limb or foot amputation, see our experts for a comprehensive assessment.
Vascular Surgery Options
Most Sanford Health vascular surgeries are done laparoscopically. With this technique, you’ll recover faster, scar less and get better outcomes.
We work to find an option that works for you while also addressing the severity of your condition. All our procedures are focused on decreasing recovery time and increasing patient satisfaction.
Varicose Vein Treatments
Varicose veins are unsightly, enlarged veins that most commonly appear in the legs or feet. While usually harmless, these veins can cause swelling, pain and discomfort.
We’ll first look at how slight changes in your lifestyle can treat varicose veins. Exercising, losing weight, wearing loose clothing and elevating your feet can help. Talk to your provider about how to relieve your pain and keep the condition from worsening.
You also have nonsurgical treatment options, such as compression stockings. These elastic stockings gently squeeze veins in the legs to improve blood flow. This keeps blood from pooling and reduces pain.
Varicose vein surgeries and procedures work to close or remove the veins. We offer less invasive procedures like external laser treatments or sclerotherapy. All varicose vein surgeries are minimally invasive and done on an outpatient basis. This means you go home the same day, recover faster and get rid of your varicose veins.
Find Treatment Near You
Sanford Health provides vascular care across the Midwest. Find a vascular care specialist or vascular surgeon at a location near you.
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