Elliot at River's Edge
185 Queen City Avenue
Manchester, NH 03101
Elliot Vascular Surgery offers comprehensive screening, diagnosis, and treatment for a wide range of vascular disorders.
Our board-certified vascular surgeons ensure patients receive top-quality care locally with access to the latest research and treatments.
Your vascular system – or circulatory system – is made up of arteries and veins that carry blood throughout the body. As you age, build-up of plaque and cholesterol may cause them to become stiff and narrow. This can obstruct the smooth and efficient flow of blood, resulting in various complications depending on where the “traffic jam” is occurring.
Board-certified vascular surgeons have extensive training on how to diagnose and treat the full range of vascular conditions. They help patients understand their health issues and treatment options. Many vascular conditions can be treated with medications. If surgery is necessary, our vascular surgeons are skilled in cutting-edge, minimally invasive endovascular techniques, as well as open surgery.
At Elliot Vascular Surgery, we provide leading-edge care for a variety of conditions and diseases that include:
Our vascular surgeons are skilled in both open and minimally invasive treatment techniques, including:
Elliot Vascular Surgery provides specialized vein care to patients with cosmetic venous disease, such as varicose veins and spider veins. We use the latest technologies to diagnose and treat these conditions and improve your confidence and quality of life.
Risk factors for varicose and spider veins include long periods of standing, pregnancy, obesity, family history, and age. They can be a cosmetic concern but, if left untreated, they can sometimes cause swelling and pain.
Our board-certified vascular surgeons are trained in many minimally-invasive options so you know you are getting the best and safest care for these conditions.
Treatment options for varicose and spider veins can include:
Carotid artery disease is estimated to be the cause of stroke in up to a third of all stroke cases. The carotid arteries feed oxygen-rich blood to the brain. In patients with carotid artery disease, plaque builds up in the carotid arteries, causing them to narrow and slow down blood flow. A stroke occurs if blood flow stops or plaque fragments travel to the brain.
Treatment options for carotid artery disease depend upon the severity of the patient’s condition and symptoms. Moderate disease may be managed with medications and lifestyle changes. More severe blockages may require surgery.
The Elliot vascular surgeons offer open surgery and minimally invasive treatment techniques to prevent stroke, including:
Learn more about TransCarotid Artery Revascularization.
No matter your vascular health concern, our providers will work with you and in collaboration with your primary care provider to personalize a care plan based on our needs. We look forward to helping you regain your best health.
For more information about our services, please call Elliot Vascular Surgery at 603-627-1102.