Vascular Specialist Dallas Texas
Healing debilitating vascular conditions with minimally invasive image-guided procedures.
Compassionate, Patient-Centered Care
Dr. Aaron Fritts, MD
Interventional & Vascular Specialists
Dr. Aaron Fritts completed his fellowship in vascular and interventional radiology in 2013, and has performed thousands of minimally invasive image-guided procedures throughout various vascular systems of the body. By way of rigorous training and hands-on experience, Dr. Fritts is well-versed in vascular disease and endovascular procedures, and has found passion in providing minimally invasive treatment to individuals suffering from arterial and venous disease. Read full bio.
Comprehensive Vascular Care
Our Vascular Specialists are dedicated to healing debilitating circulatory diseases. We specialize in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of peripheral artery disease and venous insufficiency.
Peripheral Artery Disease
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a condition in which blockages develop in the major arteries of the limbs, usually in the legs. PAD causes a number of challenging symptoms like pain when exercising, leg discomfort, and difficult-to-heal sores on the foot or the ankle in severe cases.
Venous insufficiency develops when healthy blood flow is impaired in the veins of the legs. Vein disease is usually recognized by visible varicose veins or spider veins, but serious leg pain, swelling, and skin changes can develop as venous insufficiency progresses into its later stages.
Common Signs of Vascular Disease
You may have obvious visual signs of vascular disease, such as bulging varicose veins, swollen legs, discolored skin, or ulcers. These symptoms tend to worsen over time and become more apparent as vascular disease progresses. In other cases, vascular disease may be completely hidden and require vascular imaging techniques to detect.
The pain patterns of vascular disease can vary. Individuals with venous insufficiency often experience night cramps, aching, and restless legs; whereas those with peripheral artery disease are more likely to experience cramping pain after walking long distances or during vigorous exercise.
Bulging varicose veins develop on the surface of the leg
The leg becomes swollen and heavy
Leg or foot skin can whiten, take on a red-brown color, or blacken
Cramping, aching soreness, burning, or restless legs
Leg pain after walking some distance or during vigorous exercise
Sores open up on the surface of the leg or foot, and are difficult to heal
Are you living with vascular disease? Don’t wait for it to get worse! The Vascular Specialists at Interventional and Vascular Care in Dallas, TX are here to help. Get a diagnoses. Get treated. Schedule your visit today!
Minimally Invasive Vascular Procedures
Minimally invasive image-guided procedures (MIIPs) are non-surgical treatments that specially trained doctors use to treat a variety of diseases throughout the body, including peripheral artery disease and venous insufficiency.
Unlike surgery, which requires cutting to remove or repair parts of the body, MIIPs are performed using small needles, tubes, and wires to deliver targeted therapy right where the body needs it.
A blocked artery is opened up with a minimally invasive medical device.
A minimally invasive medical device is used to close down diseased veins.
The Minimally Invasive Advantage
Imaging techniques allow us to deliver targeted therapy with minimal side effects
Minimally invasive means no major incisions and less procedural trauma
Less procedural trauma means that you can get back to your life sooner
No Hospital Stay
Most minimally invasive image-guided procedures are outpatient
What Our Patients Say
Erin in Dallas, TX
“Dr. Fritts performed a bone biopsy on me last week and carefully explained his rationale for where & how to take the biopsy. He gave me all the time I needed to understand & feel comfortable with the procedure. I am extremely grateful for his caring, gentle and highly competent care in a situation that has felt frightening and anonymous. He has a healer’s way about him. Highest recommendation.”
Rod in Dallas, TX
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12840 Hillcrest Rd Unit E104
Dallas, TX 75230