Vascular diseases encompass a wide array of conditions affecting the blood vessels throughout the body. From the potentially life-threatening abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) to the more common varicose veins, these conditions can significantly impact an individual's health and quality of life.
The year 1963 marked the inception of The Cardiovascular Care Group, a significant milestone in the field of cardiovascular medicine that has since played a vital role in the healthcare landscape in the tristate area for over 60 years. The group emerged during a tumultuous period in American history, where the nation[…]
Modern healthcare, more than ever, requires a team approach to deliver integrated, high-quality care. Prominent in this delivery team are Physician Assistants (PAs) who work tirelessly behind the scenes, extending the reach of physicians and providing critical patient care.
While technology continues to improve our capabilities in Vascular Surgery, people are still needed to perform the testing that we offer. Very few technological advances are possible without the input of trained professionals to guide the technology. Among the highly skilled professionals contributing to this progress[…]
Your vascular health plays an essential role in your overall health, which means that keeping an eye on it regularly is a good idea. Although a vascular health screening may not be the first thing to come to mind when it comes to considering your overall health screening schedule, checking on your vascular health[…]
It is estimated that around 30 million Americans have some form of venous disease. When it comes to seeking treatment, be sure to find the best vein doctor for you. However, with the many options available, finding the right vein specialist you trust with your vascular issues can be tricky. Still, this is essential in[…]