True to its rich history in south Texas, Peripheral Vascular Associates (PVA) provides full-spectrum treatment for peripheral arterial disease (PAD) ranging from risk-factor modification to endovascular interventions to surgery.
PVA: One of the First to Offer Innovative TCAR Procedure for the Treatment of Carotid Artery Disease
This minimally invasive technology temporarily reverses blood flow in the brain to prevent devastating strokes.
Peripheral Vascular Associates has been available 24/7/365 for the past 41 years to San Antonio and the surrounding areas.
In the medical community, September is dedicated to bringing awareness of peripheral artery disease (PAD) and its process.
The Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) at University Health System is South Texas’ premier destination for the treatment and prevention of the three major manifestations of stroke: ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage and subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Many patients present to their physician with the complaint of leg pain. Sometimes it is a minor, self-limited injury. Often leg symptoms radiate from back pain or peripheral neuropathy in a diabetic patient, a far too common problem in South Texas. But leg pain, often associated with open ulcer wounds, could be from peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
With its doctors’ ability to quarterback comprehensive cardiac and vascular treatment, extensive involvement in clinical research and technology development, and deep commitment to the local South Texas population, the Department of Cardiology at UT Medicine is quickly becoming the area’s preferred choice for cardiovascular care.
Southwest General Hospital looks for ways to promote community health. Its AngioScreen assessment program takes cardiovascular checkups to businesses and neighborhoods throughout south Texas.
At Southwest General Hospital, cardiovascular care is personal. The hospital’s Cardiology Department provides comprehensive treatment geared toward the specific needs of its community.