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Sugar Land, Texas

Sugar Land Minimally Invasive Endovascular Procedures

Sugar Land is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas and is the largest city in Fort Bend County. It has undergone a transformation from a town that heavily relies on agriculture into an affluent Houston suburb. Sugar Land is located about 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston and is home to a branch campus of the University of Houston, as well as a branch campus of Wharton County Junior College. Residents of Sugar Land are fortunate because they live close to Modern Vascular’s Houston clinic that is located in the city of Richmond, TX. Modern Vascular is an organization made up of affiliated outpatient clinics that provide minimally invasive endovascular procedures that treat a variety of diseases. Learn more about the services that are offered by Modern Vascular near Sugar Land, TX.

PAD Diagnosis and Treatment Near Sugar Land

In the US, about 8 – 12 million Americans suffer from peripheral artery disease (PAD), surpassing the total number of people living with any type of cancer. Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common disease that causes a reduction of blood flow to the limbs because of the narrowing of arteries. Arteries typically narrow, or hard, because of a buildup of fatty deposits, known as plaque, in the arteries.

About 11.2% of Texans have diabetes. Diabetes prevalence has been on the rise since the 1990s, and the rate of new diagnoses has been increasing greater in Texas than on the national level. People that are living with diabetes are at a greater risk of developing atherosclerosis, the most common cause of PAD. Up to 25% of people with diabetes are at risk of losing part of their foot or leg because of peripheral artery disease.

Modern Vascular is dedicated to preventing unnecessary amputations with minimally invasive endovascular procedures. If a patient’s PAD symptoms get to the point where they are being recommended amputation, they should ask their doctor about alternative options and mention Modern Vascular. Patients that get a treatment for PAD at Modern Vascular are typically able go home on the same day as their procedure and notice improvement soon after.

Knee Pain Relief Near Sugar Land

In Texas, 1 in 5 adults report having arthritis, with a higher prevalence in women than in men. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, followed by rheumatoid arthritis. The difference between the two is that osteoarthritis is caused by wear-and-tear of the cartilage in the joint over time while rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory disorder where the immune system will attack tissues in the body, including the joints.

Patients that feel pain from osteoarthritis do have treatment options available. Modern Vascular offers a procedure that reduces pain in the joints by limiting the amount of blood that flows to the affected area. Residents of Sugar Land that suffer from osteoarthritis can visit Modern Vascular in Houston (Richmond, TX) for a Genicular Artery Embolization (GAE) procedure. If you are not sure if GAE is right for you, reach out to our patient advocates for a screening over the phone. The phone number to reach a patient advocate is (888) 853-1278.

County Adults w/ Arthritis
Harris County 17.8%
Dallas County 20.3%
Tarrant County 18.6%
Bexar County 20.8%
Travis County 14.6%
Collin County 17.4%
Denton County 18.6%
Hidalgo County 20.4%
El Paso County 18.5%
Fort Bend County 17.9%

Sugar Land Uterine Fibroid Treatment

Fibroids can be a significant source of discomfort, especially for women in their 30s and 40s. Uterine fibroids are noncancerous muscular tumors that can grow on the walls of the uterus. Some factors that can increase the chances of developing uterine fibroids are a family history, obesity, and a diet rich in red meat and ham. African-American women are also more likely to develop fibroid than white women. In fact, 4 out of 5 African-American Women will have had them by the time they reach 50.

There are a few options available for treating uterine fibroids. Women in Sugar Land have the option to visit Modern Vascular for a Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) procedure. UFE is a minimally-invasive alternative to hysterectomy or myomectomy that treats fibroids and prevents new fibroids from developing. A significant improvement or total resolution of the symptoms caused by fibroids occurs in 9 out of 10 women that undergo a UFE procedure, according to studies.

Best Vascular and Interventional Radiologist Near Sugar Land

Interventional radiologists, physicians that are trained in minimally-invasive procedures, are able to diagnose and treat disease with the use of image guidance. An additional 6 or years of training after medical school is required to become an interventional radiologist. Vascular and interventional radiologists use these minimally invasive procedures to treat vascular disease.

Meet Dr. Bhatti, Managing Physician of Modern Vascular in Houston

Dr. Zagum Bhatti is a board-certified vascular and interventional radiologist and managing physician for Modern Vascular in Houston (Richmond, TX).  Dr. Bhatti is an expert in treating arterial and venous disorders with a focus on preventing amputation and improving the lives of his PAD patients. He previously served as Clinical Instructor and Assistant Professor of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston, Medical Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital, and Assistant Program Director for Integrated VIR residency program at The University of Texas.

Modern Vascular in Houston (Richmond, TX)

Sugar Land is about 15 miles away from Modern Vascular in Houston (Richmond, TX). The best route involves taking Texas State Highway 99, also known as the Grand Parkway Toll Road. If you want to avoid paying a toll, you can take Mason Rd. or Harlem Rd. The travel time is usually around 30 – 40 minutes. Unfortunately, there are no buses or trains that travel between Sugar Land and Richmond. However, transportation services may be available through Fort Bend County Public Transportation Services.

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

Office Hours: 7am - 5pm CST

Fax: (346) 396-1055

Email: [email protected]

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