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We provide care for traditional vascular surgery and minimally invasive endovascular surgical procedures to treat vascular disease in Memphis, Tennessee.

Office Hours

Appointments can be made during our operating hours.

Mon – Fri: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

What To Expect

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Exceptional Care

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.

exceptional care at zenith vascular and fibroid center

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.

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Educate & Empower Patients

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.

compassionate care and bedside manners

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.

We are committed to providing a personalized treatment plan in a professional and caring manner.

Zenith Vascular

Our team of certified, experienced physicians provides comprehensive vascular care services in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. We treat your medical needs at all stages of life, working closely with you to help you achieve your best physical state possible. We offer treatments for the following conditions:

  • Carotid Artery Disease
  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease
  • Venous Disease
  • Wound Care
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Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

PAD is a severe medical condition common in the US. Although many people have the disease, few pay attention to the symptoms until it has progressed. Knowing what symptoms to look for is the best way to protect your health from a life-threatening heart attack or stroke. At Zenith Vascular & Fibroid Center in Memphis, TN, we specialize in the detection and treatment of PAD.

Carotid Artery Disease

Carotid artery disease is a condition in which the carotid arteries, which supply blood to the brain, become narrowed or blocked due to a buildup of plaque. This can cause a stroke, as well as other serious health problems such as loss of vision and tingling. Common risk factors for carotid artery disease include smoking, high cholesterol levels, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity. It is important for individuals to be aware of these risk factors so that they can take steps to reduce their chances of developing this disease.

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms (AAA)

The largest artery in the body is the aorta which transports blood to various organs of the body. The swelling of the aorta can cause it to become weak and rupture, leading to life-threatening internal bleeding.

The aorta is responsible for carrying oxygen-rich blood from the heart throughout the body. It runs through your chest and abdomen, branching off into smaller arteries that supply blood to all parts of your body.

Treatment for Aortic Aneurysm includes medications to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels as well as lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking and exercising regularly. Surgery may also be necessary to repair the weakened area of the artery. It is important to talk to your doctor about all your options so that you can make an informed decision about your treatment plan.

An AAA can occur anywhere along this path – most commonly in the abdomen – but can also occur in other areas such as your chest or neck.

Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are enlarged “rope-like” veins—blood vessels—that are swollen and raised above the surface of the skin. They can be flesh-colored, dark purple or blue and may appear as a cluster. They are commonly found on the back of the calves or the inside of the legs. However, they can form anywhere on the legs from groin to ankle.

Wound Care

At Zenith Vascular & Fibroid Center, our team of highly skilled medical professionals, lead by Dr. Jacqueline Majors, Director of the Limb Salvation Program, utilizes the latest advancements in wound care technology to ensure effective treatment and faster healing. We aim not only to heal wounds, but also to improve your overall well-being.


Relief from your painful uterine fibroids

A Uterine Fibroid Embolization is an non-surgical, effective procedure to treat fibroids.

What Are the Symptoms of Uterine Fibroids?

Although uterine fibroids are very common, many women do not know they have them since symptoms may be minimal or they do not notice the symptoms. The location, size, and the number of fibroids present may influence whether you experience noticeable symptoms. Some of the most common symptoms are:

  • Constipation
  • Difficulty emptying your bladder
  • Frequent urination
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Leg pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Pelvic pressure or pain
  • Prolonged menstrual bleeding
  • Spotting between periods

Any of the symptoms above warrant a trip to your doctor. If you experience any sharp pain in your pelvic region or have severe vaginal bleeding, please seek immediate medical attention.

Types of Fibroids

Four types of uterine fibroids may form in the uterus: intramural, pedunculated, submucosal, and subserosal fibroids. Women can develop one or more types of fibroids at any time. Each type may cause different symptoms.

Intramural Fibroids

Intramural fibroids are the most common fibroids found in the uterus. These fibroids grow in the uterine wall and can grow to very large sizes if left untreated. Some women have many intramural fibroids growing in the same region. Pelvic or lower back pain and abnormal bleeding may result from this fibroid type.

Pedunculated Fibroids

Pedunculated fibroids grow from stem-like structures (called peduncles) on the wall of the uterus or inside the cavity of the uterus. Quick movements may cause the peduncle to twist and cut blood flow, resulting in intense pain.

Submucosal Fibroids

Submucosal fibroids, the rarest type of fibroid, form under the uterine lining where they may crowd the uterine cavity. This type of fibroid may cause excessive bleeding and other significant complications.

Subserosal Fibroids

Subserosal fibroids grow on the outer uterine wall. Large growths in this region can crowd nearby organs and cause discomfort or pain.

Prostate Artery Embolization

Eliminate the symptoms of BPH without major surgery

Prostate artery embolization, or PAE, is a non-surgical procedure that can improve lower urinary tract symptoms by blocking the blood flow to the prostate, thereby reducing the size of the prostate. Zenith provides a number of minimally invasive cutting-edge vascular procedures using the latest technology like X-rays and other imaging modalities to see in the body and treat diseases without surgery.

How is PAE performed?

A small device is used to close the micro incision in the thigh. Patients go home the same day after two hours’ recovery. Patients goes home the same day!

What are the benefits of PAE?

Compared with surgical procedures such as open prostatectomy and TURP, PAE offers many benefits:

  • Outpatient procedure
  • Shorter recovery time
  • Low risk of sexual side effect
  • low risk of urinary incontinence
  • No indwelling Foley catheter
  • No retrograde ejaculation
  • Decreased pain and discomfort

What is the procedure like?

The procedure itself can take from one to two hours, depending on anatomy, and is performed with mild sedation (twilight sleep). With the patient anesthetized, Dr. Zeni threads a catheter and advances it to the prostatic artery, guided by contrast and 3D imaging. With the catheter properly positioned, he deploys the blood flow-blocking particles.

What happens after the PAE procedure?

Patients go home the same day usually around noon. In most cases, relief begins to occur within a week, as the prostate starts to shrink, relieving the pressure on the urethra and improving lower urinary tract symptoms.

Within about two weeks after the procedure, 80 to 90% of patients experience improvement in their symptoms

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.

cartilage loss and exposed bone, degenerative meniscus, bone spurs

Vein Treatment

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

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. 

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