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Western Vascular – Vascular Surgery Center

Western Vascular Institute’s in-office vascular catheterization lab offers our patients a safe, comfortable, and convenient environment without sacrificing quality or safety. As the only Joint Commission accredited, peripheral vascular disease focused outpatient facilities in the state of Arizona, we hold the same gold standard of care required by hospitals. Unlike most hospital settings, you will find that our personalized patient care environment provides tailored treatment to each of our patients. 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.

Taking Care of All Your Vascular Needs

Click on the categories below to learn more about the full scope of vascular treatments we offer at our Joint Commission accredited outpatient facilities in the state of Arizona.

Arterial Disease Treatment Center

An aneurysm is an abnormal bulge or ballooning in a weakened artery or vein.
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End Stage Renal Disease is the final stage of kidney disease.
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There are more than 2 million people in the United States suffering from leg ulcers or non-healing wounds.
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Carotid Artery Disease is a gradual build up of plaque called atherosclerosis in the neck arteries.
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Peripheral Vascular Disease – (PVD) is a disorder causing narrowing or hardening of the arteries that supply blood to the legs and feet.
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Limb salvage is a technique done by Vascular Surgeons to re-supply or revascularize the supply of blood to the affected limb.
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Deep vein thrombosis occurs when a clot (thrombosis) or clump of blood cells congregate in the deep veins in your body, most commonly in the legs.
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Subclavian Steal syndrome is an occlusive (meaning closed off or blocking) disease that reverses the flow of blood from the internal thoracic artery and vertebral artery due to a narrowing of the Subclavian artery.
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An aneurysm is an abnormal bulge or ballooning in a weakened artery or vein.
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A Word from our Patients…
What they say about Western Vascular Institute

“This team made a stressful time much easier to deal with. Please let them know how much they are appreciated…”

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