Welcome to the Minimally Invasive Vascular Centers™. By visiting our website, you will learn more about your treatment options for diseases of the arteries, veins and lymphatic systems. Our surgeons are Vascular Fellowship Trained. Read about our Total Patient Care then take our test in the Endovascular Treatment section to determine if you need to call one of our Vascular Specialists at 301-497-1590 to schedule a Consultation. Trained Vascular Surgeons are the only physicians treating vascular disease today who can provide all the treatment options available.
According to the New England Journal of Medicine, the first treatment option offered to 67% of patients presenting to an emergency department with ischemic legs is amputation. Our goal is to prevent vascular devastation by providing in-depth vascular consultations, minimally invasive vascular surgery, comprehensive vascular education, timely recognition of symptoms and analysis of risk factors.
Vascular screenings are one of the most effective ways to perform early diagnosis of vascular disease. Screenings are especially useful when performed on certain high-risk groups in the elderly population. People over the age of 50 are at risk for developing plaque in their arteries and therefore would have a greater chance of developing PAD, aneurysms and venous disease. The Minimally Invasive Vascular Center is proud to partner with the DC Office on Aging (DCOA) to provide FREE screenings throughout the DC Metro area. Through our partnership with DCOA we have educated and screened over 1,500 Seniors, detected aneurysms, saved limbs and prevent strokes. Senior Residence Buildings and Centers we have service include The Overlook, Waynes Place, Hattie Holmes, Barney House, St. Auborn's, Michigan Park Baptist Church, Asian/Pacific Islander Senior Center, Family Matters DC, Model Cities, Congress Heights, Fontenau, King and Potomac Gardens to name a few.
To set up a screening for your Senior Center or Residence Building in DC or Maryland call 301-497-1590.
Each year, cardiovascular disease kills more Americans than cancer. Cardiovascular disease is the world's largest killer, claiming 17.1 million lives each year.