Learning Center2018-10-04T17:18:25+00:00

Learning Center

Our surgeons and highly trained staff will guide you through your outpatient surgical experience from start to finish providing you an unbiased approach to your vascular care. Supported by cutting edge technology and state-of- the-art equipment, our team of vascular surgeons can repair the vast majority of venous or arterial obstructions through minimally invasive techniques.

Below you will find a series of videos to help you better understand vascular diseases and treatment options available.

What is Venous Disease and how is it treated?

Symptomatic varicose veins are one of the most common problems we see in our office. Varicose Veins are more than just a cosmetic issue. These large bulging and gnarled veins can cause pain as well as blood clots, skin ulcers and other serious problems.

What is Peripheral Arterial Vascular Disease?

Peripheral vascular disease PVD / Peripheral Arterial Diseaseis a chronic disease where plaque gradually builds up in the arteries leading to limited blood flow or entirely block the flow of blood also called an occlusion.

What is an Aneurysm?

An aneurysm occurs when the wall of an artery is weakened and bulges due to the blood pressure on the weakened wall artery.

How is Peripheral Arterial Vascular Disease Treated?

There are many treatment options for Peripheral Vascular Disease. Peripheral arterial disease is a very common disease affecting 1 in 20 Americans over the age of 50.

How is Carotid Artery Disease treated?

Like Peripheral arterial/vascular disease Carotid Artery Disease is a narrowed flow of blood through the vessel. This narrowing or blocked vessel becomes occluded by fatty deposits of plaque built up along the vessel wall leading to atherosclerotic disease.

How is an Aneurysm treated?

There are some criteria’s when it comes to having treatment for aneurysms.

Dr. Henry Tarlian explains Carotid Artery Disease

Carotid artery disease is a blockage of the arteries that supply blood flow to the brain.

TCAR | TransCarotid Artery Revascularization

Venous Insufficiency and Varicose Veins Procedure

Venous Insufficiency and Varicose Veins – Ablation Procedure

Varicose Veins, Veins, & Venous Insufficiency – What are the causes

Dr. Julio Rodriguez Lopez identifies vascular blockages in the legs.

Dr. Julio Rodriguez Lopez identifies Blue toe syndrome.

Dr. Julio Rodriguez Lopez identifying and treating non-healing wounds.

Dr. Mitar Vranic treating large non-functioning veins in the lower calf area.

Hip pain? Artery blockages creating pain in the hips and legs. Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment by renown surgeon Dr. Henry Tarlian of Western Vascular Institute Arizona

Limb Salvage! Don’t amputate until you get the opinion of a Vascular Surgeon. Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment by renown surgeon Dr. Henry Tarlian of Western Vascular Institute Arizona

Foot pain? Blocked artery leading to leg pain resolved by endovascular treatment. Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment by renown surgeon Dr. Henry Tarlian of Western Vascular Institute Arizona

Leg Pain? Women receives vascular treatment to clear blocked artery and relieve painful symptoms. Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment by renown surgeon Dr. Henry Tarlian of Western Vascular Institute Arizona

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