Vascular Surgery Program
Vascular Surgery Program
St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center’s Vascular Surgery Program provides the highest quality surgical care in diagnosing and treating conditions and diseases of the circulatory system. Our physicians, nurses and support staff are experienced, compassionate and eminently qualified in the latest minimally invasive endovascular and operative procedures, and advanced non-surgical procedures to treat varicose and spider veins, and all vessels of the extremities and organs.
Our board certified vascular and endovascular surgeons, nurses and staff specialists are experts in treating vascular diseases and conditions affecting blood vessels such as blockages and aneurysms. We are committed to providing you and your family with compassionate, effective treatments to help you achieve the best possible health outcomes and quality of life in treating your vascular issue. Most patients are treated with minimally invasive methods often requiring no hospital stay.
Meet the Staff
Morad Awadallad, MD
Medical Director, Vascular and Endovascular
Specialized Vascular Services
Minimally invasive endovascular procedures:
- Abdominal Aneurysm Repair
- Dialysis Access Maintenance
- Lower and Upper Extremity Angioplasty Stenting
- Lower Extremity Atherectomy
- Renal and Mesenteric Artery Stenting
- Thrombolysis and Venous Stenting for Acute DVT
- Laser Ablation for Venous Reflux
- Cosmetic Vein Treatments for Varicose and Spider Veins
- Embolization for Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
Conventional Open Surgery:
- Bypass Surgery for Occlusive Disease and Limb Salvage
- Carotid Endarterectomy
- Aortic Aneurysm Repair
- Renal and Visceral Revascularization
- Dialysis Access Creation
- Lower Extremity Wound Care
- Vascular Malformation
Using small incisions in the groin, our experienced surgeons can now address aneurysms of the abdomen without the need of large abdominal surgery. This technique, called an endovascular aortic repair, offers skilled surgeons enhanced positioning to expand and seal an aneurysm, preventing continued blood flow and eliminating the risk of rupture. This technique has many advantages for the patient, including less stress on the heart, less discomfort and a shorter recovery period.
Lower extremity blockages
Our vascular surgeons use the latest techniques in treating blockages of the lower extremities. Most frequently patients’ experiencing debilitating discomfort in their legs and feet can find relief when they’re occlusions are treated with stents. Our staff is skilled and experienced at treating these patients in an ambulatory setting, most frequently requiring no hospital stay.
What to expect when you contact St. Catherine’s Vascular Surgery Program:
- You will be called by a member of our staff within 24 hours to discuss your medical issue and to set up a consultation appointment.
- You will then meet with a Board Certified Vascular Surgeon, who will take your history and conduct a thorough examination. If necessary, testing may be ordered, which is frequently completed during the same appointment.
- Once your workup is completed, medical management or surgical treatment options will be discussed.
You will always receive an appropriate diagnosis and state-of-the art treatment and surgical options for a broad spectrum of circulatory disorders at St Catherine’s Vascular Surgery Program.