Dr. Scott Brannan

Dr. Scott Brannan

Chief of Endovascular Surgery

Dr. Scott Brannan holds the position of Chief of Endovascular Surgery for Modern Vascular. Dr. Scott 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.

Dr. Scott Brannan is a vascular specialist focused on treating peripheral artery disease (PAD) and saving limbs. He completed his education at Yale University, Bridgeport Hospital completing his Residency in Diagnostic Radiology and has served as Chief Resident of Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Yale University, Bridgeport Hospital.

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August 25, 2021

Modern Vascular Doctors Brannan, and Litzendorf Author Case Report for CardioVascular Learning Network

Mesa, Arizona, August 25, 2021 / Two managing physicians from Modern Vascular clinics in Arizona were authors on a case report titled "Going Beyond the Pedal-Plantar Loop in Lower Extremity Angiographic Interventions". The report makes the case for below-the-ankle angiography-guided interventions.

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November 25, 2020

Phoenix Doctors Featured in Good Housekeeping “Leading the Fight to Save Limbs and Lives in Phoenix”

Phoenix, November 25, 2020 / Good Housekeeping Phoenix / Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) kills 30% more people than breast cancer and is responsible for 900,000 amputations in the U.S. each year. It's time to start the conversation about awareness and prevention. The managing physicians of the Modern Vascular clinics in the area around Phoenix, Arizona are featured in an article by Good Housekeeping.

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November 2, 2020

Modern Vascular of Phoenix Clinics Featured in USA Today’s AZCentral.com as part of Diabetes Awareness Month

Phoenix, November 2, 2020 / USA Today’s AZCentral.com / November is National Diabetes Month, and it’s the right time to bring attention to the link between Peripheral artery disease, diabetes and the thousands of amputations that occur every year. Up to 90% of amputations are preventable through early PAD diagnosis and treatment. The managing physicians of the Modern Vascular clinics in the area around Phoenix, Arizona are featured in Arizona Central by USA Today as part of Diabetes Awareness month. Here’s what you need to know about the PAD/diabetes connection and how you can take action if you are at risk.

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