At Weiss Memorial Hospital
Weiss Memorial Hospital’s Vascular Institute of Chicago at Weiss offers a community setting and lakefront location with a highly experienced vascular team. When you come into our vascular center, you can be confident that your vascular treatment options are vetted by a multidisciplinary team that considers your personal health and medical history.
Scheduling an appointment with a vascular specialist is easy. Just call 773-564-5770.
At Weiss, our vascular surgeons offer a wide variety of vascular treatments for conditions such as:
The vascular surgeons at Weiss employ both non-operative therapies and surgical treatments. When possible, they utilize minimally invasive interventions such as angioplasty, stenting and stent grafting for PAD to reduce your period of recovery, scarring and pain during treatment. For non-operative therapies, your needs are met through our Noninvasive Vascular Laboratory. Our Noninvasive Vascular Lab is IAC accredited and run by our highly experienced team using duplex ultrasonography to visualize and quantify plaque formation and arterial narrowing.
Vascular problems can put your health at risk including an increased risk for stroke — the third most common cause of death in the United States. Our vascular center at Weiss Memorial Hospital can assess your risk for stroke through non-invasive testing. Vascular problems involving the legs can lead to pain and discomfort as well as limb loss if left untreated. Evaluation and treatment of varicose veins and other vein disorders can help keep legs healthy. Receiving expert treatment can improve health, reducing risks of more serious health concerns and improving your quality of life.
To learn more or schedule an appointment with one of our vascular specialists, call 773-564-5770.
Our experienced and compassionate specialists provide a multidisciplinary approach to limb health and preservation.
Our Vein Clinic offers numerous non-surgical, minimally invasive, and open surgical treatment options for patients with venous disease.
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