NYU Langone Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Associates is a leader in caring for people with conditions that affect the way blood moves through the body. We have one of the largest vascular surgery teams in the country, and our board certified surgeons are actively involved in research into new and better ways to manage vascular conditions.
We specialize in the treatment of people with carotid artery disease, aortic disease, and peripheral artery disease, which is also called lower extremity arterial disease. We also manage thoracic outlet syndrome, a rare condition that requires specialized and experienced care. Our advanced, minimally invasive treatment approach for carotid disease and peripheral artery disease requires only mild sedation, allowing you to go home from the hospital on the same day.
We are also leaders in the use of branched and fenestrated stent grafts to treat people with abdominal aortic aneurysms. This minimally invasive approach to treating people with complex aneurysms is an improvement over procedures that required open surgery and a large incision. Vascular surgeons from around the world come to NYU Langone to learn these advanced techniques from our medical team.
Through our Vein Center, we provide minimally invasive treatment for the full spectrum of superficial and deep venous conditions, including varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, and venous obstruction. Our goal is to treat people with these conditions using surgical techniques that are minimally invasive and do not require a hospital stay.
Our surgeons conduct research into new ways to treat patients with vascular diseases. We pioneered the use of endografts to treat people with abdominal aortic aneurysms, and we participate in clinical trials related to the use of minimally invasive devices to treat arterial and venous disease. We are constantly researching new treatments for vascular disease, specifically in regard to the effect of vascular disease on women.