Vascular disorders often involve multiple systems in the body, making them some of the most difficult conditions to treat. The Vascular Surgery team has extensive experience treating patients with a variety of conditions - from leg ulcers and varicose veins to artery blockages that can lead to stroke - and performs more vascular surgeries each year than anyone else in the region.
We are here to help. The team at Rochester Regional Health offers the most advanced varicose vein care procedures to treat both men and women with a variety of vascular conditions. Get in touch with us today at (585) 922-5550.
We cover a broad and varied range of vascular services, specializing in treating patients with arterial (artery), venous (vein), and peripheral vascular disorders and conditions, including:
Vascular Surgery Prevention
Proper vascular screening is an essential part of preventive care, and especially important when it comes to vascular disease and stroke, which can both become serious before any symptoms are noticeable.
If you are over the age of 60 and have one or more of the following risk factors or are over 50 and have a family history of abdominal aortic aneurysm, you should be screened for vascular disease and stroke prevention purposes.
Risk factors include:
The various problems that affect the blood flow throughout the body’s blood vessels are called vascular disease. People with vascular disease have an increased risk of potentially disabling or fatal conditions, including heart attack, stroke, aneurysm of the aorta, and impaired circulation in the arms and legs.
The Vascular Surgery team offers preventative screenings for early detection of vascular disease and stroke, which can significantly reduce the risk of related long-term health problems, death, or disability.