Vascular Surgery Group in the Phoenix Metro Area
Welcome to Western Vascular Institute
Western Vascular Institute has been leading the vascular specialty field in Arizona since 2005. Our team of Vascular Surgeons 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-office, 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 have been going to Western Vascular since retiring in 2005. They took over my care from Duke University in North Carolina. Since then I have had carotid and vascular angio plasts with excellent results each time. I also had an aortic aneurism repaired, again with excellent results. Each time, the ...
I have been a patient with Western Vascular for many many years now. From the time you make your appointment until you finish your meeting with the doctor, everything goes very smoothly. The doctors show a great deal of interest in your own personal issues and are open to answer Any questions you ma...
So grateful to be voted as the best medical specialist recommended by readers and peers in the Lovin’ Life after 50 Magazine and website. See the magazine here: (Page 34) https://issuu.com/timespub/docs/0921_best_of_llaf/1?e=8633901/87125959
November is Diabetes awareness month. The risk of dying from a vascular disease with diabetes is 3-4 times higher than those without diabetes. It is extremely important for individuals with diabetes to be seen by a vascular surgeon and get the care they need and deserve!
Peripheral Artery Disease is a severe form of vascular disease that affects the arteries outside of the heart, primarily the lower extremities. Peripheral Artery Disease or PAD is a gradual build-up of plaque on the walls of the arteries. This gradual build-up of plaque hardens the arteries,