Modern Vascular in Houston, TX
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If you are concerned that you may be exhibiting Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) symptoms, you need to make an appointment for a full evaluation and ultrasound. Those who are at greatest risk are senior citizens over 65, people over 50 with a history of diabetes or smoking, people under 50 who are obese or have diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol. African Americans and Native Americas are also at higher risk.
If treatment is indicated, the staff of Modern Vascular Houston is ready to help. Modern Vascular Houston’s peripheral artery disease clinic is equipped with the latest technology and tools to perform revascularization and life-saving procedures. Schedule an appointment today.
Modern Vascular Houston in the News
April 28, 2021
Dr. Bhatti (Houston) Featured in Fort Bend Focus Article “Dr. Zagum Bhatti Bring New Treatment Options for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) to Richmond”
Houston, April 28, 2021 / Dr. Bhatti, managing physician for Modern Vascular of Houston is highlighted in Fort Bend Focus' Senior Living section. Dr. Bhatti discusses the minimally invasive nature of our procedures and that amputation should be avoided at all costs.
March 5, 2021
Dr. Bhatti (Houston) Featured in Living Magazine Fort Bend’s March 2021 Annual Special Section “Top Docs”
Houston, March 5, 2021 / Dr. Bhatti, Managing Physician of Modern Vascular Houston, discusses why patients who have life-style limiting pain should come to Modern Vascular for a full exam to identify if you have PAD whether we recommend our at home medical maintenance program or an outpatient intervention.
February 22, 2021
Dr. Bhatti (Houston) Interview with Fox26 “New Richmond clinic treats peripheral artery disease”
Houston, February 22, 2021 / Dr. Bhatti, Managing Physician of Modern Vascular Houston, explains why you should consider getting checked out for Peripheral Artery Disease, even if you're asymptomatic.