is here to guide and effectively treat you. Our expertise can help in the diagnosis and treatment of deep venous and arterial diseases of the pelvis and lower extremities. Information about our comprehensive care center in
Center for Vascular Medicine has been granted a three-year term of accreditation in Vascular Testing in the areas of Peripheral Arterial Testing by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). Accreditation through the IAC is a “seal of approval” that patients can rely on as an indication that the facility has been carefully critiqued on all aspects of its operations considered relevant by medical experts in the field of Vascular Testing.
Our experienced Baltimore vascular doctor will diagnose and treat vascular
The Center for Vascular Medicine – Catonsville is dedicated to helping patients
diagnose and treat vascular disease in the legs, feet, and pelvic area. Our Baltimore vascular physicians
help with deep venous and arterial disorders that cause chronic pelvic pain,
leg pain especially at night or walking, and feet discomfort. Patients visit
our facility when they show signs and symptoms of poor blood circulation,
pelvic pain, restless legs or feet, swelling, ulcers, and discoloration of the
When to See a Doctor?
If your pelvic pain interferes with your daily life activities, you should
see our expert Baltimore
vascular doctor. For women who are suffering from
pelvic pain and have excruciating periods can be a sign of endometriosis; long-term
pain after pregnancy can be from pelvic congestion syndrome. Pain during or
after sexual intercourse can also be a warning sign.
The team at CVM questions patients and identifies certain buzz words like
"feeling heavy" in the groin region and will find the
underlining cause of the pain. CVM also asks questions about pelvic pain during
or after sex. It is best to make an appointment to determine the causes of your
chronic pelvic pain after your gynecologist ruled out non-vascular causes of
A vascular specialist can determine whether the pain is related to improper
vein drainage in the pelvic region using an ultrasound device and then
uses a venogram procedure when necessary to validate the findings.
Poor Blood Circulation
being thought of as a problem faced primarily by senior citizens, poor blood
circulation isn't limited to the elderly.
Your first step should be a check-up with your doctor. Our Baltimore vascular physician will
diagnose any conditions, prescribe any medications you might need, and
formulate an actionable treatment plan for managing your poor circulation.
You may require medication or procedures to treat your conditions, but your
doctor will also recommend lifestyle changes.
Disease of the Legs
are many types of vascular diseases that can occur in the legs – below are some
of the common ones that can be treated at the Center for Vascular Medicine and the cause of the disease. You can generalize
these diseases as failures to transport blood to or from key areas of the body.
It is best to treat these diseases as early as possible to avoid future
the vascular problems that we have listed can be treated, but it is best to
seek treatment early to avoid irreversible damage. Whether the damage is venous
or arterial, many of the treatment options are similar.
for Vascular Medicine – Catonsville, our mission is to help patients with their vascular
diseases in a cost-effective and compassionate manner. We specialize in the
diagnosis and treatment of venous and arterial diseases in the legs, feet, and
pelvis. Our world-class Baltimore vascular specialists are the most experienced in the
specialty and work with patients to develop a treatment plan that is custom
tailored to their unique situation.
Call our facility to
schedule an appointment or ask questions.
Center for Vascular
Medicine - Catonsville
1001 Pine Heights
Avenue, Suite 202