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Fairfax Vascular Center

Fairfax Vascular Center

Address

8505 Arlington Boulevard
Suite 400
Fairfax, VA 22031
United States


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Hours

Office
Monday – Friday 7:00am – 5:00pm

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Our newly renovated space offers a warm and comfortable patient centered environment. Click the video to take a virtual tour of our facility.

Procedures Offered

Venous Insufficiency testing

Venous Insufficiency testing uses high-frequency sound waves to visualize the veins of the legs to determine whether the veins are working properly.

Angiography

A procedure that uses a contrast material and special X-rays to view how blood flows through the arteries and determine if any arteries are narrowed or blocked.

Angioplasty/Vascular Stenting

A minimally invasive procedure that uses a special X-ray to guide a balloon-tipped catheter into an artery and inflate it to open up the blood vessel.

Abdominal Aorta Duplex scan

An abdominal aorta scan uses high-frequency sound waves to visualize the abdominal aorta. Using a specialized Doppler technique, we can also measure the movement of blood within the vessels. This...

Venous Duplex Scan

Venous duplex scans use high-frequency sound waves to visualize the vessels and evaluate blood flow throughout the veins in the legs. Using a specialized Doppler technique, we can also measure the...

Varicocele Embolization

What is Varicocele Embolization? A varicocele is an abnormal enlargement of veins within the scrotum that can cause pain, swelling, and infertility. A varicocele embolization, also known as a catheter...

Central Venous Access Catheters (CVAC)

A small tube that is inserted beneath your skin to quickly and easily allow physicians or nurses to draw your blood or give you medication or nutrients.

Fistulagram

A procedure that uses a special X-ray to help identify narrowed or blocked blood vessels in the fistula for patients on dialysis.

Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filters

A filter that is placed in the Inferior Vena Cava to trap any clot fragments, preventing them from traveling to the heart and lungs.

Kyphoplasty

A procedure that uses image-guidance and a hollow needle to open up space in fractured vertebra and fill it with a cement mixture to fuse and strengthen the bones.

Carotid, Aorta, Arterial, Venous Doppler

Noninvasive tests that use sound waves (Ultrasound) and computer-generated graphs to measure the amount and direction of blood flow through your arteries and veins.

Laser Ablation

A minimally invasive procedure that uses Ultrasound to guide a laser fiber into the varicose vein to collapse that vein and create greater circulation among healthy veins.

Paracentesis

A minimally invasive procedure that uses a catheter and a drainage tube to remove excess fluid from the abdomen.

Arterial Doppler / Segmental Pressures (Ankle-Brachial Index-ABI)

ABI involves taking blood pressures in each arm and at the ankles. A ratio is calculated which provides an indication of whether peripheral arterial disease is present. Segmental Pressure evaluation...

Microphlebectomy

A minimally invasive procedure that accesses varicose veins directly using tiny incisions in the skin.

Thoracentesis

A minimally invasive procedure that uses a catheter and a drainage tube to remove excess fluid from the lungs.

Carotid Duplex Scan

Carotid duplex scans use high-frequency sound waves to visualize the vessels and evaluate the two carotid arteries, which are located on each side of the neck and carry blood from the heart to the...

Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)

A minimally invasive procedure where a tiny nick is made in the groin area or wrist. Using a specialized X-ray, a catheter is guided through the uterine artery near the location of the fibroid. Then,...

Renal Artery Duplex scan

Renal artery scans use high-frequency sound waves to visualize the vessels and evaluate blood flow through the arteries that carry blood to the kidneys. Using a specialized Doppler technique, we can...