You may be wondering if and when to see a vascular specialist for a health concern. Vascular specialists are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat vascular disease, including diseases of the arteries, veins, and lymphatic vessels. Here are common reasons why a patient may see a vascular physician. Arterial conditions Nearly 6.5 million people in...
Tag: <span>vascular health</span>
Those experiencing health emergencies must go to the ER immediately. Here are some signs and symptoms of a vascular emergency.
If you think you might be at risk for developing a vascular problem, there are crucial steps that you can take today.
Certain overlooked healthy symptoms can signify poor heart health. Read about these symptoms that may indicate an underlying problem.
When describing what the aorta is, how it functions, and why it’s essential to the vascular system, we should take a step back and look at the system as a whole.
A new trend that has surged among smokers and non-smokers is vaping or the use of e-cigarettes, especially among youth. How does this affect your health?
Regular activity can also greatly improve the vascular system and reduce the risk of some health conditions. If you need a bit of motivation to help get or stay active, here’s a look at how exercise can improve your vascular health.
There are often subtle signs that indicate a health problem, and it’s important to listen to these indicators to improve overall health.
At Vascular Associates of WNY, we take vascular health seriously, but why is the vascular system so important? Read our blog to learn more.
An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is an enlargement or bulge that develops in a weakened area within the largest artery in the abdomen, the aorta. The aorta is the largest blood vessel in the body, and it runs from the heart down through the chest and into the abdomen. If the aorta walls weaken or bulge, this is called an abdominal aortic aneurysm.