Modern Vascular Now Offering Telehealth Options

Our patients come to us because they have urgent health issues that can't be put on hold.  We've added a telehealth consultation option to allow us to assess your condition and level of medical urgency through a remote, online consultation. This option is a lifesaver for patients, who need an immediate diagnosis but have travel concerns.  In many cases, same day appointments are available.

If your consultation indicates out-patient treatment is needed, here are a few things that should put your mind at ease:

• We will bring you in to the office for a procedure only if it cannot be delayed without serious risk to your health.

• Our offices are safe. Unlike a hospital, we do not treat patients with infectious diseases. Our staff and visitors are tested daily for Coronavirus symptoms. Waiting rooms, exam rooms and procedure rooms are completely sanitized between patients.

What is PAD – Peripheral Artery Disease?

PAD - Peripheral Artery Disease is the narrowing of peripheral arteries due to atherosclerosis (plaque buildup on arterial walls) decreasing blood flow to legs, feet, and toes. Left untreated, PAD complications include critical limb ischemia, gangrene, and amputation.

Risk factors that greatly increase the likelihood of developing Peripheral Artery Disease are increasing age, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, and Diabetes.

PAD Stories

“As a provider I use Modern Vascular for all my complex cases. The results have been outstanding! Not only that, I have had many patients come back to me raving about what a good experience they had with the Modern Vascular staff and physicians. They have helped to salvage many cases of potential amputations and I will continue to refer patients there as I trust Dr. Chun and his staff.”

– Dr. Cameron Phipps, Fairfax, VA

“I refer my patients to Modern Vascular and have been very impressed with the prompt and thorough evaluation and care they have received. I am thankful to have a facility like Modern Vascular in town with doctors that care about the feet of patients as much as I do.”

– Dr. Carrie Hess, Tuscon, AZ

“The staff is friendly and professional. Perhaps the only vascular clinic in town which is opening up smaller vessels in the feet. There is hardly any wait time. Overall excellent service.

– Dr. Vijayveer Pamar, San Antonio TX

Why Modern Vascular?

The Modern Vascular Difference
Modern Vascular is the only nationwide leader with state-of-the-art technology and expertise to restore blood flow to lower limb extremities affected by Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), down to the toe.  Left untreated, PAD can result in worsening symptoms and eventually even limb loss (amputation).  However, HALF of amputations are preventable.

Our leading physicians, techniques, equipment, facilities, staff, and focused specialization make us the best and most experienced option to treat you if you are experiencing the symptoms of PAD now or are high risk to experience them in the future.

PAD - Peripheral Artery Disease Specialists
PAD affects over 12 million Americans – more than all types of cancer combined. 
Take the PAD Risk Assessment Quiz

Frequently Asked Questions


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Modern Vascular in the News

June 29, 2020

Modern Vascular Brings New Treatment Options for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) to Fort Worth

FORT WORTH, Texas, June 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Modern Vascular, a pioneering medical group dedicated to preventing amputation through the treatment of peripheral artery disease (PAD) in the lower leg, today announced the expansion of its national footprint with the opening of its newest office in Fort Worth. Modern Vascular will begin consultations for patients experiencing symptoms of PAD immediately and will begin Interventional Radiology treatments for qualified patients in mid-July.
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May 22, 2020

Endovascular Today - Case Study: Tibial Artery Dissection Repair During the Pandemic by Scott M. Brannan, MD

A 69-year-old man presented with bilateral lower extremity rest pain. He also had a history of right fourth toe amputation for a nonhealing ulcer. His risk factors included a history of diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and chronic renal insufficiency. After initial concerns about being exposed to COVID-19, he agreed to intervention at our Modern Vascular outpatient center.
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May 22, 2020

Endovascular Today - CLI Care in the COVID-19 Era: An Evolving Landscape

An expert panel offers their insights and strategies for providing CLI care while navigating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scott M. Brannan, MD Chief of Endovascular Surgery Modern Vascular.
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May 15, 2020

What Makes a Market Leader?

The company is called Modern Vascular and they have made a name for themselves in the healthcare industry. They specialize in the technology and expertise to restore blood flow to lower limb extremities affected by Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) down to the toe. They are growing at the speed of light, opening clinics across the United States. Here is why and where they excel, as do all leaders like them.
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April 22, 2020

Modern Vascular Among First Medical Facilities in the Country to Perform Post-Angioplasty Dissection Repair Below The Knee with Newly FDA-Approved Tack Endovascular System®

Modern Vascular today announced that it was one of the first medical facilities in the country – and currently the only facility in the Western United States -- to perform post-angioplasty dissection repair below the knee (BTK) with the Tack® (4F) Implant, which has been recently approved by FDA. This procedure uses a first-of-its-kind vascular implant to repair dissections following balloon angioplasty in treatment of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) below the knee. Today’s outpatient procedure was performed by Dr. Scott Brannan, Chief of Endovascular Surgery, at Modern Vascular’s clinic in North Mesa, Arizona.
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-March 2, 2020

Modern Vascular Brings New Treatment Options for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) to Denver Residents with the Opening of Its Newest Facility

Modern Vascular today announced the growth of its national footprint with the opening of a new facility in Thornton, CO, bringing its treatment of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) to Denver area residents. The facility is now open for business and scheduling outpatient procedures.
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-February 10, 2020

Modern Vascular Appoints Two Key Executives to Lead the Group’s Expanding National Clinical Operations

Modern Vascular today announced the appointment of two key executives to lead the group’s clinical operations, effective immediately. Dr. Scott Brannan will serve as Chief of Endovascular Surgery, and Dr. Nikhil Patel as Chief Medical Officer.
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-February 5, 2020

Peripheral Artery Disease throws Detroit Tiger Great, John Hiller, a curve ball

After suffering the symptoms of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) for over 20 years, John Hiller feared losing his leg to the same disease that almost ended his baseball career. Pantheris Lumivascular atherectomy by removing plaque and restoring blood flow eliminated leg pain and healed the wounds of his feet.
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-January 25, 2020

Doctor saves man from amputation with modern medical technology

Every year in the U.S., about 73,000 amputations of the lower limb are performed on people with diabetes, but what if those amputations didn't need to happen? "Many amputations are preventable," said Dr. Brannan, who is a hero to many diabetics and people facing amputation due to poor circulation in the lower legs.
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