About this Service

A healthy vascular system is an essential element to overall well-being at any age. 

North Shore Cardiac Imaging Family Health offers decades of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of venous and arterial disease, and assists patients with a wide array of symptoms and treatment goals. 

An initial vein screening is a key start to a treatment plan for venous disease, and typically involves a thorough patient history, visual examination of veins, and a Doppler assessment of abnormal veins.  

Now available is an injectable foam, a prescription medicine that when used to treat varicose veins caused by problems with the great saphenous vein and other related veins in the leg’s venous system, it improves symptoms related to or caused by varicose veins, and the appearance of varicose veins.

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) uses radiofrequency through a thin, flexible tube to treat varicose veins.. The heat created by this catheter closes off blood flow in the main problem vein.

In sclerotherapy, a medicine is injected into the vessels to make them shrink. It is a procedure used primarily to treat blood vessels or blood vessel malformations and also those of the lymphatic system. 

Reduced blood flow to your arms and legs is the main characteristic of peripheral artery disease (or PAD), a common circulatory problem caused by narrowed arteries.

Peripheral artery disease is also likely to be a symptom of fatty deposits in your arteries (atherosclerosis). While you often can treat peripheral artery disease with exercising, eating a healthy diet and quitting tobacco in any form, a thorough assessment to identify severe issues is essential for continued health. 

The AAA screening test is an ultrasound test, recommended for patients with a range of medical histories. After a scan, we examine the pictures to see if you have an aneurysm. AAA screening is fast, painless and effective.

We have a vascular expert ready to create a specialized treatment plan for you today. Call us now at (516) 328-9797 or Contact Us Online to schedule your appointment today.