Vascular care comprises the diagnosis and comprehensive management of arterial and venous disorders of the cardiovascular system. Dr. Laurich is the Siouxland’s only Board Certified Vascular Surgeon with cutting-edge knowledge and superior skill in caring for patients with vascular disease. Dr. Neal Khurana joined the vascular team in October, 2019 becoming the only Interventional Radiologist in Siouxland.
The vascular system carries blood throughout your body and patients with vascular disease may experience blood flow issues that cause hip, leg or foot pain with walking, non-healing wounds, blood clots, aneurysms, stroke and other vascular issues. The experience Dr. Laurich brings to the region encompasses specialized care for aortic aneurysms, carotid artery disease, varicose veins and venous insufficiencies, arterial insufficiencies, wound healing, and more. Dr. Khurana’s expertise increases our scope of services to include, but not limited to, treatment of uterine fibroids, spinal compression fractures, interventional oncology, liver disease, and IVC filters.
Midlands Vascular & Interventional has a patient-centered focus, identifying the optimal plan of care for each patient to meet their needs with the most advanced care options available. Most options involve minimally invasive same-day endovascular procedures, however, the full spectrum of surgical options are available, as well.
If you would like more information about your vascular care, please contact Midlands Clinic today.
Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD): Narrowing in the arteries of the legs that may lead to pain in the legs with walking, or even poorly healing wounds in severe cases.
Aortic disease: Weakness in the main artery that carries blood from the heart to the lower body. A screening ultrasound is indicated for people over 65 years old with any history of smoking.
Carotid disease: Narrowing in the arteries that carry blood to the brain, a major cause of stroke.
Venous Disease: Full spectrum of Varicose Vein treatments.
DVT and Pulmonary Embolism (PE): Blood clots in the deep veins (DVT), causing pain and swelling in an arm or leg. These may break free and travel to the lungs (PE) causing shortness of breath and chest pain; which may be life-threatening.
Dialysis Access: Full spectrum of access care for dialysis patients.
Wound Treatment: Comprehensive wound care.
Hyperhidrosis: Severe sweating of the palms of the hands.
Uterine Fibroid Embolization: Treats fibroids without surgery by blocking the blood supply to the fibroids.
Spine Compression Fractures: Minimally invasive kyphoplasty.
Interventional Oncology: Biopsies, tumor ablation, cryotherapy, catheter directed chemotherapy, and cancer related pain treatment.
Liver Disease: Cirrhosis and ascites management and treatment.
IVC Filters: Removal and management.
Traditional Open Vascular Surgery
Vascular Ultrasound Interpretation
Many modern treatments are non-surgical or minimally invasive, allowing for same-day procedures and early return to normal activity.