Vascular disease of the veins is common and is known as “Venous Disease”. This occurs when there is impairment of the veins’ ability to carry used blood cells back to the heart and lungs to get reoxygenated and rid themselves of waste gases.

May-Thurner Syndrome

Uncommon syndrome where there is typically compression of the left common iliac vein (main vein draining the left leg directly behind the belly button) by the right common iliac artery against the sacrum.  This results in left leg swelling and increased risk of blood clots.

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Nutcracker Syndrome

Uncommon syndrome of compression where the superior mesenteric artery has a very steep angle compression the left renal vein resulting in microscopic blood in the urine, left flank pain, painful left testicular veins in men or painful heavy menstrual cycles in women.

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Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

A cause of chronic pelvic pain thought to be due to dysfunction of ovarian veins with varicose veins of the ovaries, uterus and vagina often seen in combination with May-Thurner syndrome and or Nutcracker syndrome.

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Post-thrombotic syndrome

Syndrome consisting of lower leg pain, skin darkening, prominent varicose veins and ulcerations due to damage to lower extremity venous valves or occlusive blood clots.  Typically seen at least 4 months to many years after lower extremity blood clots.

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Varicose Veins

Enlarged prominent veins from the groin to the feet. The veins can be asymptomatic, cosmetically displeasing or cause severe symptoms such as leg swelling, bleeding, pain, itching, aching, ulcerations or recurrent leg infection.

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Venous ulcers

malleolus) due to elevated venous pressures from previous blood clots or leaking valves in the lower legs.

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Deep vein thrombosis

Blood clot found in the deep veins of the upper or lower extremities.  Typically associated with risk factors such as long-distance travels, smoking, surgery, trauma venous compression, or family clotting disorders. A deep vein thrombosis can cause pain, swelling, discoloration of the leg and difficult walking.

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Pulmonary embolism

Blood clot that has broken loose from the legs or arms and traveled through the heart to the lungs where it blocks blood flow.   Blockage of blood flow to the lungs by clot is a medical emergency and can be life-threatening.

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IVC Filters

Filters are placed in high-risk individuals that cannot be anticoagulated to prevent pulmonary embolism.   Modern filters are placed with the intention of removing them when a patient can take blood thinners or is no longer a risk for clots.

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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

Matthew Berryman

FNP-C, CWCN
Matthew Berryman

Jason P. Jundt

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
Jason P. Jundt

Wayne K. Nelson

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
Wayne K. Nelson

James R. Ballard

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
James R. Ballard

Paul R. Long

MD, RPVI
Paul R. Long
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