Arterial Disease

Cholesterol and Vascular Health

Management of cholesterol has been shown to significantly reduce risk of major adverse cardiovascular events.

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Diabetes

Diabetes can hurt your arteries. If diabetes is not controlled well, blood sugar levels will be high. High blood sugar can make the artery walls rough. A waxy substance in the blood called plaque can then build up on the artery walls. This plaque contains cholesterol. This makes it harder for blood to flow through your arteries.

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Exercise Therapy

Blockage in the arteries is made of cholesterol, calcium and other fatty substance.   This clogs the arteries decreasing blood flow and causing pain or cramping when walking.  While it seems the walking may be bad for you it actually is not.  Walking helps build new blood vessels and trains your muscles to do more with less.   Over time, with regularly therapy walking distance can significantly increase while pain with walking with decrease.

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Vein Information & Health Tips

As many as 40 million Americans have varicose veins. Left untreated, varicose veins may become worse. Persons with varicose veins often experience leg aches and fatigue. They may also incur skin changes such as rashes, redness and ulcers.

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Venous Disease

Management of venous disease is multimodal consisting of exercise, weight loss, compression therapy and occasionally procedures. 

Smoking

The chemicals in tobacco affect your blood cells and how your heart and blood vessels function. This can increase your risk of developing atherosclerosis, a condition in which plaque builds up in the arteries. Over time, plaque can harden and cause your arteries to narrow, limiting the flow of oxygen-rich blood to your organs and other parts of your body. There is a very strong correlation between smoking and PAD; approximately 90 percent of patients with PAD have a history of smoking. In fact, smoking even half a pack of cigarettes a day may increase your risk of having PAD by up to 50 percent.  Any amount of smoking, even occasionally, damages the heart and blood vessels. Secondhand smoke also can hurt the heart and blood vessels, greatly increasing the risk of heart attack and death in adults.

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Lymphatic Disease

Compression Therapy

Mainstay of lymphatic therapy

Lymphatic Massage Therapy

Adjunctive therapy that is very effective and teaches long term management techniques people can do at home

Meet Our Providers

Jason P. Jundt

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
Jason P. Jundt

James R. Ballard

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
James R. Ballard

Matthew Berryman

FNP-C, CWCN
Matthew Berryman

Wayne K. Nelson

MD, FSVS, FACS, RPVI
Wayne K. Nelson

Paul R. Long

MD, RPVI
Paul R. Long
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