The Modern Vascular clinic located on the north side of Mesa, Arizona is working tirelessly to reduce the effects of peripheral artery disease in the greater Phoenix area. This is one of our four clinics located near Phoenix that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral artery disease. Patients in Scottsdale, Gilbert, Tempe, and Paradise Valley come to this clinic because they want to get evaluated by vascular specialists. Some of those patients visit our other clinic on the east side of Mesa, Arizona. There is also another clinic in Tucson that serves the southern part of Arizona.
Dr. Scott Brannan is the Chief of Endovascular Surgery at Modern Vascular and the managing physician at the east and north Mesa, Arizona clinics. He is recognized as an expert on interventional radiology on a national level and has performed over 3,000 distal lower extremity arterial reconstructions for limb salvage. He also serves as the brand ambassador for the company and leads clinical innovation. Peripheral artery disease is most commonly caused by atherosclerosis, which is when plaque builds on the artery walls and limits blood flow. Reduced blood flow to the legs and feet has many consequences, the worst of which is amputation. We urge you to watch this video where Dr. Brannan explains why it is important to get screened for peripheral artery disease.
Modern Vascular in North Mesa535 E. McKellips Rd. #111
Mesa, AZ 85203
OWNED & OPERATED BY MODERN VASCULAR OF MESA, LLC
Fax: (480) 223-1907
Email: [email protected]
Scott Brannan, MD
Chief of Endovascular Surgery
Dr. Brannan is a nationally recognized expert and speaker on interventional radiology and has successfully completed over 3000 distal lower extremity arterial reconstruction for limb salvage. He is a member of the prestigious CLI Global Society. Dr. Brannan leads clinical innovation and serves as a brand ambassador for the company.