Limb Preservation Program

Left untreated, Peripheral Arterial Disease can lead to limb amputation.

We offer several diagnostic and interventional modalities including:

  • Diagnostic imaging in our office
  • Minimally invasive endovascular therapy such as angioplasty, stenting and atherectomy
  • Surgical procedures including arterial bypasses and revascularizations

Atherosclerosis narrowed artery blocked by blood clot

PROGRAM

  • PAD Patient Referral to Vascular Tyler
  • CLI (Critical Limb Ischemia) patient provider appointment in 24-48 hours or same-day, if requested
  • Office visit to include a physical exam, ABI, Ultrasound, referral made as applicable (wound care, podiatry, etc.)
  • Diagnostic Angiography
  • Interventions performed or staged interventions scheduled as necessary
  • Once limb revascularization occurs, follow-up is initiated
  • 30 days post revascularization visit includes: physical exam, ultrasound with ABI, wound assessment, communication with referring physician
  • 3 month, 6 month, 9 month, and 12 month post revascularization visits include a physical exam, ultrasound with ABI, wound assessment, and continued communication with referring physician

RISK FACTORS

  • History of Smoking
  • Diabetes
  • Advanced Age
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Excess Weight
  • Family History of PAD
  • High Cholesterol

SYMPTOMS

  • Tiredness, heaviness or cramping in the leg muscles
  • Feet or toes that look pale, discolored or blue
  • Leg or foot pain that interrupts sleep
  • Slow healing wounds or sores on toes, feet, or legs
  • Thick, yellow toenails that aren’t growing

OUR DOCTORS

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Mark R. Robbins, M.D., FACS
Board Certified General Surgeon | Board Certified Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon | and Vein Specialist

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Tyrone J Miller, D.O., FACOS, FACS
Board Certified General Surgeon | Board Certified Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon | and Vein Specialist

Angela Harden, PA-C