Limb Preservation

Limb Preservation

Circulation problems or wound-healing concerns in your legs can lead to pain, difficulty walking or even amputation. To preserve your limbs and keep your legs healthy, get care from vascular surgery experts.

Expert Vascular & Limb Preservation Care

Count on coordinated care to help improve circulation in your blood vessels, arteries and veins from specialists in the Limb Preservation programs at OU Health in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

No matter which limb preservation program you choose, preventive care for better blood vessel health and enhanced circulation can help address diabetes-related and other vascular issues, often connected to the high rate of amputation in Oklahoma, by helping prevent the need to remove a limb.

Request an Appointment

Request an appointment to talk about limb preservation with an OU Health vascular surgery specialist today.

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Conditions Related to Blood Vessels & Circulation

At OU Health, you’ll work with a multidisciplinary team of vascular health professionals who provide exceptional care and treatment for a wide range of circulatory impairments and circulation-related conditions, such as:

Limb Preservation Treatments

You and your OU Health limb preservation team can take advantage of various surgical procedures, as well as innovative treatments for peripheral artery disease (PAD), venous disease and other circulation issues that can help with limb preservation. You and your team may select from a variety of services, including:

  • Medications

  • Minimally invasive endovascular, open and hybrid surgical procedures to improve blood flow to the legs

  • Smoking and nicotine cessation programs

  • Walking and exercise programs

Related OU Health Services

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Your Expert Vascular Team

Your expert OU Health multidisciplinary vascular team includes board-certified and fellowship-trained vascular surgeons with extensive experience in all types of vascular conditions.

Depending on your specific situation, your team in Tulsa also may involve podiatry specialists. In both Oklahoma City and Tulsa, your care team may include vascular ultrasound technologists, vascular nurses, wound care experts, nutritionists, rehabilitation and prosthetics specialists and a wide range of other healthcare professionals.

You and your team work together for prevention and early identification of health issues, along with the latest in care and treatment for your particular condition, especially regarding options that can greatly improve blood circulation, keep your limbs functioning well and reduce the chance of amputation.

You also benefit from your team’s ongoing participation in the latest scientific research and clinical trials at OU Health, which gives you early access to pioneering treatments and devices – many available nowhere else in Oklahoma.

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 surgeons with the goal of expanding Oklahoma’s capacity to care for everyone’s vascular health.

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