When you work with Gulf Coast Vascular, you will find a comprehensive blend of state-of-the-art diagnostic methods, comprehensive treatment options, and compassionate care of the highest quality.
By collaborating with your healthcare team and operating out of a comfortable outpatient facility, we provide a treatment process that is custom-tailored to both your unique condition and needs.
You will find our team is uniquely equipped to provide all diagnostic and treatment services in our very own center. Thus, you receive treatment in a comfortable community-based outpatient setting.
Specifically, we provide treatment for the following:
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Vertebral Compression Fractures
Uterine Fibroids and PCS
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a disease that develops as plaque builds up within a patient’s arteries, thereby stagnating — if not blocking — the patient’s blood flow. Today, about 6.5 million people in the United States who are over the age of 40 have PAD. Thus, our team is committed to providing care that not only prevents the progression of PAD, but ultimately helps to save a patient’s limbs.
The most commonly known venous diseases today are those of varicose veins and spider veins. Renowned for their cosmetic manifestation — as bulging veins and web-like discolorations, respectively — these venous diseases are still medical in nature. For this reason, our team is well-versed in treatments that both treat varicose veins and spider veins at the source and eliminate surface-level blemishes.
Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous growths of tissue on or around a woman’s uterus. As they grow over time, a woman will likely experience a range of symptoms, including pelvic pain and/or discomfort. With uterine fibroid embolization (UFE), however, our team is capable of effectively reducing the symptoms associated with uterine fibroids without resorting to surgical options, such as with hysterectomy or myomectomy.
Should a patient need to undergo dialysis, our team can ensure that safe access points are established for continual use. Specifically, we can develop a graft or fistula for the process, thereby managing and maintaining the patient’s overall treatment plan until their hemodialysis procedure is complete.