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Vital Care For Vascular Disease

Your vascular health is as important to us as it is to you. That’s why we provide expert diagnosis and treatment for the entire spectrum of vascular diseases with a team dedicated to you.

World-Class Expertise. Whole-Hearted Care.

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                        Your Elite Team Of Experts

Your Elite Team Of Experts

Our physicians are expertly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of arterial and venous conditions. And, we treat more vascular patients than any other hospital system in the country.

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                        Pioneering Minimally Invasive Surgeries

Pioneering Minimally Invasive Surgeries

We use the latest technology in minimally invasive surgical procedures to promote quicker healing and minimize side effects, so you can get back to living your best life sooner.

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                        National Leader In Vascular Care

National Leader In Vascular Care

Your heart is in the best hands. As the only hospital in Central Florida with an entire floor dedicated to serving vascular surgery patients, we have some of the best outcomes in the nation for abdominal aortic aneurysms.

Getting A Grasp On Vascular Disease

Risk Factors

Make a change and take charge. While some factors for vascular disease can be avoided and others can't, we’ll help you identify your risks and make a plan to reduce stress in your life.

Common risk factors for vascular disease:

  • Excess body weight - Excess body fat leads to a higher chance of heart disease
  • Physical inactivity - Exercise is central to a healthier heart
  • High blood pressure - 140/90 Hg or higher
  • Cholesterol - High LDL or low HDL
  • Diabetes - Increases the risk even when glucose levels are under control
  • Tobacco use - Smoking severely damages your heart and lungs
  • Stress - Take steps to reduce or manage stress
  • Alcohol - Limit your alcohol consumption
  • Diet and nutrition - A healthy diet is key to fighting cardiovascular disease
  • Increasing age - Risk for both men and women increases significantly after 65
  • Ethnicity - African, Asian, Mexican, and/or Native American
  • Gender - Men have a greater risk of heart attack than women

By recognizing the risk factors that you can change, you can take control and break lifelong habits. With the help of your care team, you’ll be able to take steps toward a healthier you.

Treatment Options

Your treatment journey will be guided by some of the best in the nation. Our highly skilled team treats more patients with vascular disease than any other hospital in the country. If you suffer from an arterial or venous condition, you won’t have to go far for comprehensive treatment. We’re expertly trained in:

  • Venous Diseases
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease
  • Aneurysmal Disease
  • Carotid Artery Disease

Prevention is in your hands. By knowing what the risk factors are, you have the power to make lifestyle changes that can significantly affect your heart health.

Take charge of your health with choices that help prevent vascular disease:

  • Avoiding alcohol
  • Avoiding or limiting caffeine
  • Avoiding processed foods
  • Being physically active
  • Eating a low-trans fat, low-sodium, and low-sugar diet
  • Getting adequate sleep
  • Managing stress
  • Maintaining a healthy weight
  • Monitoring blood pressure
  • Quitting smoking

Sometimes it takes more than lifestyle changes to keep your vascular disease symptoms under control. Once diagnosed, you and your care team will explore treatment options. Whether medication or surgery is recommended, your team will guide you throughout your plan of care.

Learn more about prevention and treatment options in our Vascular Disease Downloadable Guide.


Expertise Your Heart Can Trust

Dr. Mohammad Abbasi, MD
Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Delos Clift, MD
Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Manuel Perez-Izquierdo, MD
Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Mark Ranson, MD
Vascular Surgeon
Dr. David Varnagy, MD
Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Alan R. Wladis, MD
Vascular Surgeon
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Rehab & Well-Being: How To Stay Strong

No matter where you are on your treatment journey, lifestyle changes like eating well, exercising, and minimizing stress are always important ways to slow or even reverse the progression of vascular disease. Know that your team is by your side to keep you informed of best care practices, provide you with lifestyle tips, and enroll our wellness program. We’re here for you the whole way.

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Our Locations. Your Options.

As integral pieces of the largest cardiovascular institute in Florida, every one of our Central Florida locations contributes to the strength of the AdventHealth, formerly Florida Hospital, Cardiovascular Institute network. Explore your options with the guidance of our dedicated team. We’ll help you find the right fit, so you’re in the best setting to get the care you need.

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Support With Every Beat

A strong community encourages a strong heart. From connecting you with others through our cardiac support groups to helping you navigate our financial assistance tools, we’re here to give you the guidance you need to feel whole.

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Prevention Starts With You

Knowing the risk factors and making lifestyle changes can help you prevent vascular disease. Learn the signs, symptoms, and prevention methods to take charge of your heart health.

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