Vascular Disease primarily affecting the first branch point of arteries going to the legs.

Iliac artery aneurysm

Ballooning of the artery.  Once it reaches a certain size threshold repair is recommended to prevent rupture.

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Iliac artery occlusive disease

Blockage of these arteries can lead to impotence (loss of sexual function in men), thigh and buttock pain with walking and rarely nonhealing wounds or amputation.

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Endofibrosis of the iliac arteries (Cyclist’s Iliac Syndrome)

A rare disease process where chronic repetitive movements such as cycling or cross-country skiing can result in scar tissue build-up in the iliac arteries. This results in progressive deterioration in performance and can eventually lead to arterial occlusion with pain when walking and at rest.

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Conditions We Treat

Vascular Disease has many different forms and can affect any part of the body. We specialize in treating vascular disease in all parts of the body except the heart. Interventions we perform can improve the quality of life and importantly prevent stroke, amputation, and death.

Meet Our Providers

James R. Ballard

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
James R. Ballard

Matthew Berryman

FNP-C, CWCN
Matthew Berryman

Jason P. Jundt

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
Jason P. Jundt

Paul R. Long

MD, RPVI
Paul R. Long

Wayne K. Nelson

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
Wayne K. Nelson
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