I treat diseases involving the blood vessels, both arteries and veins. I manage issues with the carotid artery and with circulation to the lower extremities in patients with diabetes, in addition to anything related to varicose veins of the lower extremities. I have advanced skills in endovascular procedures to treat blockages of the arteries. I’ve also worked with thoracic outlet syndrome, a condition that causes compression of the vessels and nerves going to the arms.
As far as open surgeries, I am trained for the management of complex aortic aneurysms, both in the chest and the abdomen, as well as aortic dissections. I’ve done research in angiogenesis, which is the formation of new blood vessels to restore circulation to the lower extremities.
I’m really devoted to my patients and I make sure that all their health-related issues are under control and that they receive good care. The gratitude from patients and family members when you are able to help them and change their lives in a good way gives me a great feeling.
All I do when I’m not in the hospital is either watch or play soccer. I’m a big soccer fan. I have a 1-year-old son, and my dream is to be his soccer coach. Since I work so much, I try to spend quality time with my wife and baby when I have time off.
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