If you were told you need an amputation,
get a second opinion!
At CACVI, we pride ourselves as the amputation prevention center. We are board certified consultants in endovascular interventions, specializing in micro-vessel interventions below the knee to preserve the limb with improved blood flow for better and quicker wound healing. Amputation itself has a high mortality rate. It is our mission to prevent amputations. Our amputation prevention procedures have saved thousands of limbs and are committed to improving the quality of your life and the lives of those you love.
Learn more about our amputation prevention procedures.
A peripheral angiogram is a test that uses X-rays and dye to help your doctor find narrowed or blocked areas in one or more of the arteries that supply blood to your legs. If there is narrowing of artery can be treated in the same setting or different setting with balloon angioplasty,
Venography & Venous Stenting
A peripheral venogram, also known as an iliac vein venogram, is an invasive diagnostic test used to provide images of the veins in the legs and detect deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Based on the test results, our physicians may determine the need for venous stenting, a minimally invasive procedure, to widen the narrowed vein, resulting in healthier blood flow.
If you are frequently on your feet or moving around, you may noticed enlarged veins in your feet or legs. When you’re standing or walking additional pressure is placed on the veins in your lower body. Endovenous ablation may be the right procedure for you if you are bothered by the appearance of or are in pain or discomfort from varicose veins.