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Get a second opinion—know your options.

Are you looking for a second opinion because you have been told you need surgery or a procedure that has lifelong consequences?

Has your doctor told you there is nothing more that can be done and you will need an amputation? Know your options.

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PVA wants to give you peace of mind and help you make a more informed decision about your health care and treatment plans. You have a right to get a second opinion. We will take the time to thoroughly evaluate your medical history, medical records and suggested treatment plan. We will then provide you a range of treatment options and partner with you to help you decide which treatment plan is ideal for your specific situation and overall health.

PVA—your partner in vascular care.

Why should PVA be your trusted partner for vascular disease?

  • Second opinions are valuable. Trust PVA for comprehensive and accurate diagnosing of circulatory conditions.
  • We are vascular surgeons who provide all forms of state-of-the-art treatment options including minimally invasive procedures such as angioplasty and stents and also open surgeries to do whatever it takes to improve your circulation and save your limb.
  • We are committed to excellence and continuity of care. We take care of our patients, and their families, for years to come.
  • We are not a one visit practice. Effective management of artery and vein diseases is a commitment. We take ours seriously.
  • We are your lifelong partners in vascular care.

The most common symptoms of P.A.D. are:

  • Leg pain while walking that subsides at rest
  • Slow or non-healing wounds or sores on the feet
  • Foot ulcers or infections
  • Severe leg pain
  • Leg cramps when walking
  • Ankle swelling, tightness in calves, tired or heavy feeling in legs
  • Gangrene

Left untreated, P.A.D. can lead to amputation.

To make an appointment: Call 210.225.6508

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Telemedicine at your fingertips.

During this time of COVID-19, getting a second opinion from a PVA vascular surgeon is easier than ever through Telemedicine. As pioneers in the practice of vascular telemedicine, PVA has offered this service to patients throughout all of South Texas since 2018. All it takes is one call and one of our surgeons can see you, or your loved one, via your mobile device. There is no need for you to travel to San Antonio to get a second opinion.

If, after an initial diagnosis, a trip to our state-of-the-art facility is necessary rest assured that PVA has diagnostic, clinic and treatment options all under one roof for your convenience. All these procedures can be completed during office hours, meaning you can return home the same day.  If a surgical bypass procedure is needed, we are specially trained and have the experience to perform that procedure.

To make an appointment: Call 210.225.6508

Why Peripheral Vascular Associates?

Peripheral Vascular Associates has been serving the vascular needs of patients, like you, throughout South Texas for 45 years. As board certified vascular experts our focus is on restoring circulation and blood flow throughout your body. Each and every day, we work tirelessly to prevent strokes, amputations, and other devastating diseases caused by poor circulation or Peripheral Artery Disease (P.A.D.) P.A.D. is a common circulatory condition in which arteries narrowed by plaque reduce blood flow to your limbs.

Our team of physicians and staff work together to ensure that we provide comprehensive and quality vascular care for every patient, every day. Meet our physicians and providers.

 

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Location:
610 N. Main Ave.

 

To make an appointment:
210.225.6508