fbpx
Richmond, Texas

PAD, Osteoarthritis, & Uterine Fibroid Care in Richmond

The greater Houston metropolitan area is ranked fourth in the U.S. in terms of size. The population size of Richmond, TX is 12,578, according to the 2019 U.S. census. Richmond is located 15 miles away from Houston on the Brazos River. The city was named after a city in England named Richmond.

Richmond Peripheral Artery Disease Specialists

Modern Vascular has a clinic in Richmond, Texas, that is called Modern Vascular in Houston. Many people that are suffering from peripheral artery disease in the greater Houston area have found relief at Modern Vascular in Houston. Dr. Zagum Bhatti is the managing physician for Modern Vascular in Houston (Richmond, TX). He is a board-certified vascular and interventional radiologist that is an expert in the treatment of arterial and venous disorders.

The predominance of diabetes has been increasing since the 90s. In Texas, the pace of new diagnoses is bigger than the rest of the U.S. In fact, more than 11% of Texans are living with diabetes. Diabetes causes a greater risk of getting atherosclerosis, which is the narrowing or hardening of the arteries due to plaque buildup. Atherosclerosis is the most common cause of peripheral artery disease. As many as 1 in 4 people that have diabetes are at risk of amputation due to their PAD.

Our physicians at Modern Vascular, and all of our staff, are dedicated to limb preservation. Amputation should only be considered when all other options have been explored and it is the best solution for the patient. Modern Vascular is able to diagnose peripheral artery disease early, which is crucial to positive outcomes and amputation prevention. If necessary, Modern Vascular physicians are able to perform minimally-invasive endovascular procedures, which can have fewer options and a faster recovery time. Patients that have had a procedure at Modern Vascular usually report an increase of feeling in their foot after the procedure and are back to normal activities within 24 – 48 hours.

Osteoarthritis Knee Pain Procedures

The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis. 20% of Texans report having arthritis. Osteoarthritis is caused by damage to the cartilage of the joints. The next most prevalent version of arthritis is rheumatoid arthritis, which is an inflammatory disorder. If knee pain cannot be managed by medications, exercise, physical therapy, or weight loss, then doctors may suggest knee replacement surgery. There is another option to reduce that pain without prolonged use of painkillers or costly surgery. Genicular Artery Embolization (GAE) is a minimally-invasive procedure that only involves light sedation and a needle puncture. It is able to reduce pain by preventing blood flow to the capillaries of the area of inflammation, which causes knee pain.

Dr. Bhatti is a PAD Specialist in Richmond

Dr. Zagum Bhatti is focused on preventing amputations and improving the quality of life for patients that are living with PAD. He is a board-certified interventional radiologist located in Richmond, TX. In 2004 he graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee with a BS in biochemistry. He went on to the Medical College of Wisconsin and became a Doctor of Medicine (MD) in 2008. After that, he completed his diagnostic radiology residency at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Then he completed his neuroradiology fellowship at Medical College of Wisconsin in 2014. Finally, he completed his fellowship for vascular and interventional radiology at Rush Medical College of Rush University Medical Center.

Modern Vascular in Richmond

We call our clinic Modern Vascular in Houston, but the clinic is actually located in the city of Richmond. It is located on South Peek Rd., east of Texas Highway 99, also known as Grand Parkway Toll Road. In order to get to the clinic from Houston, you would need to take Interstate 10 West, Interstate 69, or Westpark Tollway West.

Houston Vascular Surgeons and Interventional RadiologistHouston, TX
(Located in Richmond, TX)

Office Hours: 7am - 5pm CST

Fax: (346) 396-1055

Email: [email protected]

Call for a free screening.

Call Modern Vascular now to speak with a patient advocate about the symptoms that you are experiencing.

(888) 853-1278

Are you at risk for PAD?

Take our free PAD risk assessment and get a recommendation based on your symptoms and risk factors.

Take Our FREE PAD Risk Assessment

Are you ready to schedule?

Share some information with us and we will reach out to you to set up a consultation at a time that's convenient to you.

Schedule Evaluation

Modern Vascular Clinic Locations