Vascular Specialists

When your primary care physician detects a concern with your vascular health, he or she will most likely refer you to a vascular specialist. That’s why we’re here – to provide advanced testing, diagnosis and treatment of vascular concerns. We’ll work with your physician to develop an intervention plan that corrects the current concern and helps prevent future ones.


Our expert vascular care and prevention programs can dramatically change and even save the life of a patient. Every one of our highly trained team members at Vascular Tyler is committed to achieving the best possible outcome.
Dr. Brent Kerns

In prevention, we use multi-system evaluations to assess our patients’ vascular health. Patients who then undergo medical, endovascular or surgical treatment are monitored regularly to check for disease progression or any recurrence before it can produce life or limb-threatening complications.

Vascular Reconstruction

Direct vascular reconstruction can prevent stroke, aneurysm rupture and limb loss. Our vascular surgeons use non-invasive vascular testing to measure its effect and to follow its performance for the life of the patient. 

Limb Preservation Program

Vascular conditions like PAD can lead to limb amputation or even loss of life if left untreated. Vascular Tyler’s Limb Preservation Program offers a comprehensive intervention plan that involves diagnostic imaging, minimally invasive therapies and surgical procedures, as well as extensive follow-up monitoring.


Vascular disease is a risk for everyone, affecting millions of men and women every day. So, accurate and timely diagnosis can truly be a matter of life and death.

Our convenient onsite vascular and endovascular lab with non-invasive ultrasound helps diagnose and assess over 100 vein and arterial-related diseases.

Diagnostic Tests

  • Angiogram

  • Ankle Pressure Measurement

  • CT Angiography

  • Duplex Ultrasound

  • MR Angiogram

Common Vascular Diseases

  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

  • Arteriovenous Malformation

  • Blood Clots (Pulmonary Embolism)

  • Carotid Artery Disease

  • DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)

  • Mesenteric Ischemia

  • PAD (Peripheral Artery Disease)

  • Stroke

  • Varicose Veins

  • Venous Insufficiency

Are your veins showing more than usual or do they look abnormal?

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