IHA Vascular & Endovascular Specialists focus in the diagnosis of vascular disease and offer the full complement of treatment options - including endovascular intervention or surgical treatment. Our board-certified and fellowship trained surgeons are dedicated to understanding patient needs in order to provide the best medical care possible. Our main office is located at the Michigan Heart & Vascular Building on the campus of St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor. Patients are also seen at satellite locations Allen Park, Brighton, Canton and Chelsea.
Comprehensive Services: In coordination with a patient’s primary care physician, these highly-trained physicians diagnose and recommend the most appropriate treatment while providing personalized, high-quality medical services to every patient. We offer a comprehensive array of vascular treatment and surgical services, including some of the most common:
Arterial aneurysms, including the thoracic and abdominal aorta, and peripheral vessels
Carotid artery disease for prevention of stroke
PAD-Peripheral artery occlusive disease causing exercise-related leg pain (claudication) or limb-threatening ischemia
Hemodialysis access for patients with kidney failure
Venous disorders, including varicose veins
Expectations For Your Visit
In most cases, your first appointment will be a consultation with a physician. This consultation requires a careful review of your medical history to ensure that you get the best medical care possible. Because this is so important, we try to have all of your pertinent medical records and X-rays available for the doctor to review.
A list of all of your current medications (or actual bottles)
Any necessary letters, reports or X-rays
A list of questions that you might have
It is also a good idea to call the office in advance to make sure that your medical records and tests sent from other doctors have arrived.