Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/01/2018 -- Dr. Aaron Shiloh of the PA Vascular Institute is pleased to announce that his new practice is now open and offering peripheral vascular disease treatment in King of Prussia and its surrounding areas to patients in need. As a top-rated clinic located in the tri-state area, the PA Vascular Institute always places a patient's comfort and well-being above all else, carefully explaining each and every step of their procedure and treatment options.
While some people experience symptoms of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) that are mild and unnoticed, others may feel extreme numbness, pulse changes, and leg heaviness. The doctors at the PA Vascular Institute may perform more than one test for an accurate diagnosis of PAD. These tests can include an ankle-brachial index (measures blood pressure and flow), a duplex ultrasound, an angiography, or an intravascular ultrasound. After diagnosis, the medical staff will move forward with finding the correct treatment.
When the time comes to start treatment, the PA Vascular Institute utilizes only the most modern and cutting-edge technology to get patients on their feet again. Depending on how severe the plaque build-up is, the staff at the PA Vascular Institute may recommend an angioplasty and stenting or atherectomy to return blood flow to the patient's blocked arteries. With convenient locations in the Lehigh Valley, King of Prussia, and Philadelphia area, residents can count on the PA Vascular Institute for prompt and efficient care.
To learn more about the PA Vascular Institute and their peripheral vascular disease treatments in Philadelphia, please them a call at 800-614-7294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Pennsylvania Vascular Institute
Pennsylvania Vascular Institute strives to bring patients only the best healthcare services in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area. With four convenient locations in Philadelphia, King of Prussia, the Lehigh Valley, and Trenton, the PA Vascular Institute treats those suffering from circulatory issues including peripheral arterial disease, fibroid disease, and offers various procedures for spider veins, back pain, and cancer care.
To learn more about Pennsylvania Vascular Institute, or to schedule an appointment, please visit their website http://www.pavascularinstitute.com/.