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An estimated 20 million Americans have some form of vascular disease. Vascular disease can affect many parts of the body, including the heart, brain, kidneys, arms and legs


Comprehensive vascular services

United Vascular Clinic providers offer expertise in the diagnosis, treatment and management of a full spectrum of vascular conditions:

  • aneurysmal disease
  • arterial disease
    • claudication (PAD)
    • carotid artery, vertebral and aortic arch vessel disease
    • mesenteric vascular disease
    • renal vascular disease
    • peripheral vascular disease and critical limb ischemia
  • venous disease
    • chronic venous insufficiency
    • deep vein thrombosis
    • venous thromboembolism
    • varicose vein
    • vascular wound care
  • vascular malformations
  • vasculitis / arteritis
  • Raynaud's
  • dialysis access

Advanced Peripheral Arterial Disease (APAD) Center

United Heart and Vascular clinic now offers coordinated care to restore circulation, heal wounds and maintain function of limbs that may otherwise require amputation.  

The multidisciplinary teams specialize in:

  • Comprehensive CV imaging
  • Advanced non-invasive studies
  • Minimally-invasive interventions to treat arterial disease
  • Emergency care for critical limb ischemia
  • Wound care clinic
  • Access to clinical trials for the latest medial and interventional therapies

APAD services are available at United Hospital in St. Paul and Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.

United Heart and Vascular Clinic at United Hospital

Minneapolis Heart Institute® at Abbott Northwestern Hospital

Onsite vein clinic

For the treatment of varicose veins and venous insufficiency.

Onsite vascular imaging

All diagnostic services are provided conveniently on-site at United Vascular Clinic. Many tests, if needed, will likely be conducted the same day as a patient's appointment.

  • MRI / MRA
  • CT / CTA
  • vascular ultrasound

Wound care

United Vascular Clinic wound care providers have expertise in the treatment and management of a full spectrum of wound healing:

  • diabetic foot ulcers
  • vascular wounds (including vascular work-up)
  • pressure ulcers
  • non-healing surgical wounds
  • radiation therapy wounds
  • vasculitis, pyoderma, granulosum, and other autoimmune disorders
  • traumatic wounds
  • wounds of unknown etiology