Vascular Surgeons in the Phoenix, AZ
Welcome to Western Vascular Institute
Western Vascular Institute has been leading the vascular specialty field in Arizona since 2005. Our team of Vascular Surgeons in Phoenix have years of extensive vein and artery surgery experience. Our surgeons are dedicated to providing the highest level of vascular care in a patient-centered manner.
Western Vascular Institute provides minimally invasive vascular surgery in Phoenix, as well as hospital-based surgical & endovascular procedures. We have three offices located throughout the Phoenix metro area & Payson where we are able to offer this convenient care. Our office-based vein & vascular centers house the most advanced & innovative surgical and diagnostic imaging capabilities, allowing our patients the most comfortable, appropriate care possible with the ability to recover in their homes.
What Our Patients Are Saying
I developed blood clots, which is a very scary thing. Dr. Vranic, Dr. Calarese, and their PAs have been wonderful! They have taken the time to listen to and empathize with my concerns and address them. They clearly explain the test results to me and help me understand my condition, what is going on,...
The “Five P’s” of Peripheral Vascular Disease The “Five P’s” of Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) are a set of clinical signs and symptoms used to assess and diagnose vascular compromise in the extremities. These indicators help healthcare professionals evaluate the severity and progression of PVD.
Intravascular Ultrasound Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) is a medical imaging technique that allows for the visualization of blood vessels from the inside. It involves the use of a tiny ultrasound probe that is threaded into the blood vessels through a catheter, providing detailed images of the vessel walls and structures.
Transcatheter Deep Vein Arterialization Transcatheter arterialization of the deep vein system is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat chronic limb-threatening ischemia (CLI). CLI is a condition in which the blood supply to the limbs is severely reduced, leading to pain,