Vascular Medicine

Vascular Medicine

Good health relies on blood flowing smoothly and freely throughout your body in vessels of all sizes – from the largest arteries and veins to the tiniest capillaries. During growth and aging, blood vessels may become thicker and less flexible, which can create problems such as high blood pressure, aneurysm, clotting disorders, swelling, vein issues and more.

Nationally Recognized Vascular Medicine Near You

If you or a loved one face problems related to blood flow and circulation, you can get the high-level vascular care you need when you choose Oklahoma’s most experienced vascular medicine specialists and vascular surgeons at OU Health in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. You also gain access to one of the nation’s few Intersocietal Accrediting Commission (IAC)-accredited vascular laboratories for advanced diagnostic testing and medical imaging of arteries, veins and a variety of vascular conditions.

Comprehensive, Team-Based Approach

At OU Health, you become part of a multidisciplinary team of extensively trained experts, unmatched in the state, who use evidence-based procedures and groundbreaking technology to ensure you receive complete care for your particular situation.

You’ll collaborate with the region’s top vascular medicine specialists and related healthcare professionals to develop an accurate diagnosis and an individualized treatment plan that addresses your specific issues. You and your team also coordinate treatment with your regular doctor to assure you receive seamless, top-quality care and long-term follow-up.

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Request an appointment with an OU Health vascular medicine specialist today.

Call (405) 271-7001

Expert Care for Vascular Conditions

No matter the blood flow or circulation condition you face, you can depend on the vascular medicine physicians at OU Health to provide expert, evidence-based treatments. That includes innovative options from research and clinical trials, many not available anywhere else in the state, designed to address even the most complex conditions such as:

Advanced Vascular Medicine Treatments

As you and your OU Health vascular medicine team determine an accurate diagnosis for your individual condition, options for your care may include innovative techniques from ongoing clinical trials found only at OU Health, as well as standard and advanced treatments such as:

  • Endovascular procedures – Peripheral diagnostic and interventional techniques for blood circulation problems in the legs, including peripheral artery disease (PAD)

  • Limb preservation services – Same-week appointments for rapid testing and evaluation; surgical procedures; plan of care may integrate podiatry, wound care and revascularization specialists

  • Minimally invasive interventional proceduresAngioplasty, atherectomy, stents to improve circulation, help wounds heal and prevent amputation

  • Pulmonary embolism (PE) procedures – Advanced treatments for blood clots in lungs

  • Varicose vein treatments – Ultrasound-guided injections, thermal ablation (radiofrequency/RFA, laser), chemical ablation, sclerotherapy

  • Vascular surgery – Innovative techniques to treat aneurysm, carotid artery blockage and more

Related OU Health Services

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Your Expert Vascular Medicine Team

Your expert OU Health multidisciplinary vascular medicine team includes board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians with extensive experience in all types of vascular conditions. Depending on your specific situation, your team also may involve vascular surgeons, cardiologists, interventional cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, podiatric surgeons and a wide range of other healthcare professionals.

As you work with this diverse team, you also benefit from their ongoing participation in the latest research and clinical trials at OU Health, which gives you early access to pioneering treatments and devices, many available nowhere else in Oklahoma. Members of your vascular medicine care team regularly receive national educational and research awards, as well as selection to membership and leadership roles in prominent national medical specialty societies, all of which recognize their commitment to improving your vascular health and podiatric surgical care.

In addition, the comprehensive, compassionate care you receive at OU Health emerges from your team’s regular teaching activities that help develop the next generation of vascular medicine specialists and surgeons with the goal of expanding Oklahoma’s capacity to care for everyone’s vascular health.