Here at Central Indiana Vascular Care, your health is our priority. Here from one of our patients below:

Uterine Fibroid Embolization

Our Team

Our team specializes in providing industry-leading diagnostic and treatment options for a variety of circulatory conditions — because we are wholly committed to providing an atmosphere that is conducive to the continual improvement of care for our patients. You can rest assured that our staff is dedicated to uniting with the rest of your healthcare providers in order to offer the most comprehensive care possible.

Our Services

Our state-of-the-art outpatient facility is fully equipped to accommodate a range of conditions and treatments, including:

Venous Disease Facts

Be it cosmetic or clinical in nature, one out of three Americans today over the age of 45 have at least one type of venous disease. Encompassing such common afflictions as varicose veins and spider veins, venous diseases can cause a range of physical and emotional discomfort in patients. Thus, our team offers a variety of treatment options to both eliminate blemishes and ease painful symptoms.

Osteoarthritis/GAE Facts

Genicular artery embolization represents an exciting advancement in the field of interventional radiology for the treatment of chronic knee pain. This minimally invasive procedure offers targeted pain relief by selectively blocking the genicular arteries responsible for abnormal blood flow and inflammation in the knee joint. With its numerous benefits, including minimal invasiveness, effective pain reduction, and preservation of joint integrity, GAE has the potential to transform the lives of individuals suffering from chronic knee pain.

PAD Facts

Approximately 8.5 million people across the nation today have peripheral arterial disease (PAD) — a disease where one’s arteries are progressively narrowed by plaque, thereby impeding the overall blood flow to their limbs (most often their legs). But here at Central Indiana Vascular Care, we are committed to providing our patients with comprehensive options to diagnose and treat their condition, effectively restoring their comfort and mitigating the need for amputation.

Uterine Fibroid Facts

Women who are in their childbearing years — roughly from ages 34 to 54 — are the most likely to develop uterine fibroids, which are commonly occurring benign tumors of the uterus. Known for causing pelvic pain, pressure, excessive menstrual bleeding, and more, uterine fibroids can be easily treated. Here at Central Indiana Vascular Care, we specialize in uterine fibroid embolization (UFE), a minimally-invasive and non-surgical option for women of all ages.