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modification and compliance.
improve blood flow, but do not replace proper diet and management of your diabetes. I did not mention type 1 diabetes because, in this case, the pancreas is usually no longer working.
minimally-invasive technique that uses balloons, wires and catheters to open up block arterial vessels. When treating venous insufficiency, which presents with pain, swelling, discoloration of the skin, and varicose veins, we use an endovenous technique to close the non-working veins and, in some cases, an open technique to remove them. Vascular surgeons also treat carotid disease, aneurysms in the abdomen and extremities along with many other disorders of the arteries and veins. Finally, vascular surgeons also
repair vessels that have been injured from trauma. Cardiologist are trained to study the heart and treat it medically. Interventional cardiologist will also treat the arteries of the heart with endovascular techniques using wires catheters, balloons, and stents. Some cardiologist are trained to do interventions on peripheral vessels and focus in this area more than the heart. The main difference between the two specialties is cardiologist do not operate. Vascular surgeons operate which provides the unique advantage of being a complete service line when it comes to management of peripheral arterial and venous disease.