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Vein and Vascular Specialists

Vein and Vascular Specialists

Our vascular center offers comprehensive services for the evaluation, management and treatment of diseased arteries and veins. Our board certified vascular specialists treat patients experiencing leg pain, tired legs, severe cramping, tingling, numbness and a variety of other symptoms that could indicate artery or vein disease. 

Although the majority of treatment options are medically indicated, our providers are also passionate about treating patients cosmetically in order to prevent the progression of further damage to veins and arteries.

Stroobants Cardiovascular Center offers a continuum of care and our specialists can handle all aspects of your heart and vascular needs including evaluations, testing, treatments, and transition to surgical care as needed.

Vein Care
Why Trust Your Legs To Anyone Else?

Varicose and spider veins may seem like a minor ailment or a cosmetic annoyance, but they can grow worse over the years, interfering with your lifestyle, eroding your confidence and becoming uncomfortable.

Board certified vascular interventionalists with the Vein and Vascular Specialists of Centra Medical Group Stroobants Cardiovascular Center offer diagnosis and treatment of all types of vein disorders, ranging from spider and varicose veins to deep vein thrombosis.

9 Warning Signs Of Vein Disease


1. Tired, heavy feeling legs
2. Leg pain from prolonged sitting or standing
3. Swollen ankles at night
4. Varicose or spider veins
5. Tingling, numbness, burning or cramping in legs and feet
6. Discoloration of the skin
7. Open sores or ulcers on lower leg
8. History of vein problems in the family
9. Restless legs


Ask yourself if you suffer from one or more of the warning signs listed here. Our cardiovascular specialists treat varicose and spider veins with minimally invasive techniques, helping you return to an active lifestyle with comfort and ease, just days after your procedure.  Call the Vein and Vascular Specialists for solutions and get back on your feet again soon. Ask your healthcare provider for a referral or call 434.200.5252 for additional information.

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

Peripheral Arterial Disease, or PAD, is a common disease that affects the blood flow to your arms and legs. Often, PAD is caused by smoking, lack of exercise and poor diet.

Symptoms include:

- Cramping in your hip, thigh or calf muscles after an activity such as walking or climbing stairs
- Leg or arm numbness or weakness
- Coldness in your lower leg, foot or arm
- Sores on your limbs that won’t heal
- A change in the color of your limbs
- Hair loss or slower hair growth on your limbs
- Slower growth of fingernails and toenails
- No pulse or weak pulse in your legs, toes, arms or fingers
- Erectile dysfunction in men
- Many individuals with peripheral arterial disease have little to no symptoms, but most will at least experience pain when walking.

Great news!  There are many treatment options for PAD including simple changes to your lifestyle, preventative medications, and minimally invasive interventions that can improve blood flow and reduce the need for surgical procedures.

Contact your primary care physician today if you’re experiencing any of these symptoms. Your physician will refer you to a cardiologist who can test you for PAD and, if necessary, discuss your treatment options to get you back to your life.