RELIEF THROUGH MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURE
If you’ve found yourself struggling with the effects of arterial plaque build-up, and found little to no relief from traditional methods of treatment, you may want to consider a surgical option for relief. Among the many options for surgery is angioplasty, a minimally invasive procedure.
Angioplasty is a procedure that allows patients suffering from arterial plaque build-up, renewed circulation. In the procedure, a catheter is inserted into the affected artery or vein and guided to the blockage through x-ray supervision. Once the blockage is found, a balloon attached to the catheter is inflated multiple times, pushing the plaque to the arterial walls, thereby allowing blood to flow through the artery once again. After a short period of bed rest, patients are able to be sent home - often times, the same day of the procedure.
THE POSSIBILITIES OF ANGIOPLASTY
As a procedure, angioplasty has been shown to improve the conditions caused by multiple arterial diseases, including, but not limited to:
- Leg pain
- Renal artery stenosis
- Thoracic outlet syndrome
- Pelvic congestion
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