Dr. Stephen Leschak
Vascular Interventional Radiologist
Dr. Stephen Leschak comes to Modern Vascular with over 20 years experience and training with fellowships from both Duke University and University of Pittsburgh in both Interventional Radiology and Abdominal Imaging. He is an expert in Arterial and Venous Peripheral Vascular Disease, Interventional Oncology, and Hepatobiliary Disease. He has been on staff at leading hospitals across the country including Hospital University of Pennsylvania, Fox Chase Cancer Center, University of Tennessee, and University of Mississippi Medical Centers. Currently, his main focus is providing exceptional endovascular care to patients with critical limb ischemia, arterial and venous ulcerations, and limb salvage.
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Case Studies from Dr. Stephen Leschak
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Dr. Stephen Leschak in the News
May 6, 2021
Dr. Leschak (Southaven) Interview with Radio Personality Ms. EKlass of 103.5 WRBO
Southaven, May 6, 2021 / Dr. Leschak managing physician of Modern Vascular of Southaven discusses the sympoms of Peripheral Artery Disease and why patients should schedule a comprehensive evaluation today.
March 26, 2021
Modern Vascular of Southaven Featured in Memphis Business Journal article “Modern Vascular extends footprint out from Southaven to new East Memphis location”
Southaven, March 26, 2021 / Modern Vascular Southaven, led by Managing Physician, Dr. Stephen Leschak, was highlighted in anticipation of our imminent expansion to an East Memphis location coming late Summer 2021.
January 31, 2021
Dr. Leschak & Dr. Pratt (Southaven) featured in Desoto Magazine “Modern Vascular: Fighting an Elusive Disease”
Southaven, January 31, 2021 / Dr. Leschak and Dr. Pratt were featured in DeSoto Magazine's February 2021 issue for their excellent work in the Tri-State region treating PAD. Learn more about Dr. Leschak and Dr. Pratt's background and why we encourage patients who are high risk and facing limb loss to get a second opinion. The editorial starts on page 16.