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 had a short initial visit with Dr. Vranic, who reviewed my history and concerns. He told me what he was thinking for my testing, and answered my questions, He set up the necessary testing, and after testing. I had a consult with his PA and received a recommendation for an angiogram of my carotids....
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,
Compression stockings are used in the treatment of varicose veins and venous insufficiency. They help reduce or completely alleviate the symptoms of venous disease, prevent blood clots, and are used after varicose vein treatment. Compression stockings squeeze legs to compress veins and keep blood moving in the right direction which is back to the heart.
An Unna boot is a compression gauze dressing filled with Zinc paste. The Unna boot supports the healing of vascular wounds. Generally, an Unna boot is changed weekly by a vascular provider in order to assess the state of the wound and healing progression.