Center for Advanced Vein Care
Less Invasive Techniques to Help You Get You Back to Your Life
The Butler Health System
(BHS) Center for Advanced Vein Care specializes in using minimally invasive vascular surgical procedures for
patients with vascular conditions. These techniques involve the use of
advanced imaging tools such as computerized tomography (CT) scans, ultrasound,
and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in order to direct small, specialized
instruments such as needles, wires, or catheters (narrow tubes) to different
areas of the body for the conduction of advanced procedures.
What Are the Benefits of Minimally Invasive Procedures?
Procedures that at one time required open surgery can now be treated in
a way that minimizes physical trauma to the body, reduces infection rates,
lowers recovery time, and can shorten hospital stays. Minimally invasive
techniques represent an exciting development in vein care. These techniques
protect patients and improve outcomes.
Advanced Treatments for Vascular Conditions
From vascular conditions such as varicose veins or deep vein thrombosis
(DVT) to urinary and reproductive concerns to treatment of kidney stones
or liver duct blockage, our team of highly trained specialists has the
necessary tools and experience and can help you get back to living your
life. Our vascular experts are highly experienced and trained in using
the latest technology to better serve our patients. We have a state-of-the-art
facility and use leading-edge techniques and equipment to perform these
specialized procedures for optimized outcomes across a range of modalities.
Varicose Veins: More Than Skin Deep
Varicose veins are not just cosmetic annoyances. They can cause pain, swelling,
aching, compromised circulation, and even an increased risk of developing
a blood clot. There are many reasons to consider removing varicose veins.
We encourage you to speak with our vascular experts at BHS Center for
Advanced Vein Care about your options.
Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD): Know the Risks
Patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) could see improvement with
some healthy lifestyle changes. Without following your doctor's orders
for treatment of PAD, you could be at risk for serious side effects such
as heart disease, stroke, and/or loss of a limb. You could also experience
chronic, ongoing pain that affects your mobility and quality of life.
Exercise, eating right, and avoiding tobacco products could help you control
your condition and lower the risks of major side effects. Ask your care
provider about treatment options for PAD and how you can decrease your
risk of serious complications.