We provide care for traditional vascular surgery and minimally invasive endovascular surgical procedures to treat vascular disease in Memphis, Tennessee.
Appointments can be made during our operating hours.
Our medical professionals are highly trained to identify and treat any vascular conditions you may have. With our team of experts guiding you through your treatment, you can be sure that you are receiving the best possible care.
Safe & Effective Treatments
We commit to using only the safest and most effective treatments available to ensure that our patients receive the best possible outcomes. Our minimally invasive treatments are designed with patient health and safety in mind.
Educate & Empower Patients
At Zenith Vascular, we believe in empowering our patients by educating them about their condition and providing them with options for treatment. Our team is dedicated to providing our patients with the information they need to make informed decisions about their health.
What To Expect
Whether you have been referred by your primary care physician, your ob/gyn, another specialist or are self-referred when you arrive at our clinic you will be met by an experienced, knowledgeable staff of professionals dedicated to helping you with your health care issues.
Zenith Vascular & Fibroid Center is located in a sparkling, new setting with the best equipment for your procedure.
We are committed to providing a personalized treatment plan in a professional and caring manner.
If you arrive at the scheduled time for your appointment, you can be assured you will be seen promptly.
Genicular Artery Embolization
No Knee Pain by Zenith
Genicular Artery Embolization (GAE) is the embolization of the knee, a newer, minimally invasive procedure to reduce knee pain for patients with osteoarthritis. The pain reduction achieved by GAE is accomplished by reducing the blood flow to the lining of the knee.
GAE blocks the blood flow to the lining of the knee, known as the synovium, which are inflamed or otherwise scarred by arthritis. By blocking these arteries, a reduction in the amount of inflammation associated with arthritis occurs, a process that eliminates the associated knee pain. It is a safe, modern treatment with faster recovery.
What Causes Knee Osteoarthritis?
Usually OA results from “wear-and-tear” on knee joints. Cartilage, the smooth tissue covering that protects the bone, can degrade and tear, eventually leading to osteoarthritis. This severe breakdown of cartilage produces pain and stiffness.
What Could I Expect from a Varicose Vein Treatment?
There are a variety of varicose vein treatment options available. The general goal of these treatments is to address the improper blood flow within these veins. While stripping or completely removing the vein is a previous popular vein treatment, most vein treatments create a block in the vein to stop the blood flow.
Potential varicose vein treatment options may include:
- Chemical injections
- Laser treatments
- Radiofrequency energy treatments
- Using adhesive to seal the vein
Spider veins are similar to varicose veins but are smaller and closer to the surface of the skin. They are often red or blue and look like spider webs. They do not bulge like varicose veins but are often more noticeable.