Services at Michigan Vascular
Free Vascular Screening
Vascular screening is a noninvasive test to screen for and monitor vascular problems, like peripheral artery disease (PAD), peripheral vascular disease (PVD), and carotid artery stenosis. We offer a free screening program to identify those at risk for vascular problems.
Vascular access is a special passageway to your bloodstream to connect an artery and a vein used for hemodialysis. Our vascular surgeons specialize in providing reliable access, so that your nephrologist (kidney doctor) may treat you with hemodialysis.
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) refers to blockages or plaques in arteries outside of the heart. These blockages interfere with the blood flow to the brain, arms, organs and legs.
The Surgeons of Michigan Vascular Center diagnose and treat PAD with medicines, minimally invasive endovascular procedures, and surgery.
Venous Disease Management
Damaged veins can slow blood flow and lead to blood clot formation. Untreated, this condition causes disorders known as venous disease.
At Michigan Vascular Center, we can diagnose and treat the entire spectrum of venous problems, such as Chronic Venous Insufficiency, Deep Venous Thrombosis, IVC Filters For Pulmonary Embolism, Telangiectasias (Spider Veins), and Varicose Veins.
If you’re 50 years of age or older with risk factors like elevated cholesterol, hypertension, coronary artery disease, smoking, renal disease, diabetes, or a family history of PAD, call (810) 720-ASAP (2727) to schedule your confidential free screening. Our non-invasive carotid artery screening, using Doppler ultrasound, allows us to evaluate the arteries and, if necessary, determine treatment options to reduce one’s risk of stroke.
At Michigan Vascular Center, our specialists offer personalized treatment plans, including medical management, risk factor control, catheter based therapies, and surgical repairs.