Preventing Amputation, Extending Lives
The American Endovascular centers and affiliated physicians have the extraordinary track record of saving more than 80% of patient limbs after they were told they needed an amputation.
Trust American Endovascular affiliated physicians to:
- Undertake highly complex procedures for Peripheral Arterial Disease and Critical Limb Ischemia that others cannot do.
- Provide world-class amputation prevention care.
- Serve as the primary go-to limb salvage resource for doctors before scheduling amputations.
- Offer the most innovative Endovascular procedures including the treatment of Critical Limb Ischemia and Amputation Prevention, Peripheral Artery Disease, Uterine Artery Embolization (UAE), Chronic Venous Obstruction or Insufficiency and more.
Tackling the Most Complex Limb Salvage Cases
American Endovascular has brought together some of the industry’s top Endovascular Specialists for one reason: to help them save lives.
How do the specialists accomplish this? By using the latest and most advanced minimally invasive-image guided endovascular techniques and technologies currently available anywhere. Patients can rest assured that the American Endovascular team of affiliated physicians is unsurpassed in its knowledge and technical expertise in amputation prevention.
The goal is to restore bloodflow and return patients back to their podiatrist, primary care doctor, or wound care center for continued care. With American Endovascular affiliated team of physicians, you are never at risk of losing your patient to a hospital system.
The American Endovascular affiliated team of physicians are the limb salvage experts who bring life and hope to their patients.
Conditions & Treatments
American Endovascular affiliated physicians are at the forefront of the battle to prolong life by preventing amputations. They accomplish this by using the most advanced minimally invasive-image guided endovascular treatment options available anywhere, to save limbs and save lives.
Peripheral Artery Disease
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a circulatory system condition caused by the gradual buildup of plaque in the extremity arteries. Though PAD can occur in the arms, it is most often found in the arteries of the legs.
Women frequently present with symptoms in their late 30s or early 40s, and they can be debilitating. Often, fibroids can put pressure on the bladder, causing frequent urination. In extreme cases, they can cause the stomach to enlarge.
American Endovascular provides a range of minimally invasive-image guided dialysis access management procedures to manage and prolong the life of dialysis access grafts and fistulas, so patients can get the dialysis treatment they need without anything getting in the way.