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Advanced Care Cardiac & Vascular Center

(2)  Balloon angioplasty and stent placement performed on the right and left common iliac arteries.

Cardiac catheterization with minimally invasive cardiac treatment


We perform coronary artery angioplasty and stenting for severe coronary artery disease. Arterial access for the procedure may be achieved using new techniques such as the radial artery at the wrist level for patient comfort and faster recovery as shown in the picture to the left.

Dr. Ullman explains the cardiac catheterization procedure with balloon angioplasty and stenting. This minimally invasive procedure was used to treat a prior vein graft to the LAD coronary artery for a patient who had prior CABG cardiac bypass surgery. The prior vein bypass graft had become severely narrowed causing chest pain and shortness of breath. After the treatment with Dr. Ullman, normal blood flow was restored and the symptoms were resolved. Click the video above to watch this procedure.

Dr. Ullman shows the detailed steps of the endovenous laser catheter ablation procedure to treat venous insufficiency, leg pain, and swelling. Click the video above to watch this procedure.

Peripheral arterial disease evaluation and minimally invasive treatment


Our patient first visited us and described having debilitating thigh and leg pain with walking for many years. Our evaluation showed severe narrowing of the right and left common iliac arteries to the legs as the cause of his pain due to inadequate blood flow to his legs.


We restored normal blood flow to both legs using advanced endovascular techniques from within the blood vessels achieving excellent results and fast recovery. The patient returned home on the same day of the treatment.


Ultrasound guided endovenous ablation therapy for chronic symptomatic venous insufficiency


Dr. Ullman uses the most advanced minimally invasive techniques to cure venous reflux disease and alleviate leg pain, swelling, and varicose veins. We offer comprehensive treatment for venous disease including endovenous ablation, micro phlebectomy for larger varicose veins, and sclerotherapy for smaller spider veins.




Minimally Invasive Treatments

(3)  X-ray image after treatment showing normal diameter and normal blood flow restored to the right and left common iliac arteries with normal blood flow achieved to both legs.

(1)  X-ray image before treatment showing severe narrowing of the right and left common iliac arteries to the right and left legs.