Vascular Intervention

When it comes to Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), evidence based medicine shows the importance of identifying the disease in the early stages. This consists of non-healing foot or leg sores, early signs of gangrene (blackened toes), pain when walking that subsides at res and signs of muscle atrophy or discoloration of the lower extremities. 

At South Mountain Surgery Center, using innovative 3-D intravascular ultrasound (IRUS) during the procedure, our interventional physicians measure the narrowing of the artery, determine the kind of plaque that is present, and then safely remove the buildup before placing stents to re-vascularize the area(s) when necessary.


We also treat other cascular conditions such as Varicose and Spider Veins. Click the button below to contact us and learn more about how we can help you.

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Treatments and Conditions

Peripheral Artery Disease

Should PAD be discovered, patients are consulted for additional treatment options that will allow them to take a step towards better health. These may include adding exercise, adjusting their diet and more.

Spider Veins

Spider veins are tiny, thin veins that vary in color and that you can see just under the surface of the skin.


Any patient that exhibits certain risk factors, and/or who shows signs & symptoms can be scheduled for a simple non-invasive diagnostic test in our office. Remember, early detection is key!

Vascular Ultrasound

Using sound waves, this diagnostic test evaluates the body's circulatory system, helping identify any blockages and blood clots in the arteries or veins.

Varicose Veins

Varicose Veins are large, swollen veins which often appear on the feet and legs. The are a result and indication of an underlying blood flow issue within Venous system. Approximately affecting 1 in 4 adults today. 

Ankle-Brachial Index

A non-invasive test to compare blood pressure in the ankle and arm.