California Vascular & Vein Centers in Los Angeles

Healing debilitating vascular conditions
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“I cannot express enough the gratitude that I have for Dr. Lalezarian and his entire staff. I came in for a ruptured vein on my ankle and varicose veins in both of my legs. On each visit I was met with extreme professionalism and care. Dr. Lalezarian, Jennifer, and the rest of the staff answered every question and concern with compassion. I felt like I was in really good hands. Each procedure was painless with minimal recovery time. If you have any type of vein issue, I would highly recommend Dr. Lalezarian and his staff at ProVascularMD.”

John L, March 2022

ProVascularMD Vascular Doctor Michael Lalezarian MD in Los Angeles, California

Your Partner in Vascular Care

Timely, accessible care is paramount in the effort against peripheral arterial disease, venous insufficiency, and other debilitating vascular conditions.

Dr. Michael Lalezarian is a double-board certified Vascular and Interventional Radiologist specializing in minimally invasive vein treatment, endovascular arterial revascularization, neuromodulation for painful diabetic neuropathy, and prostate artery embolization. He is a committed partner in the battle against the devastating consequences of advanced chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), peripheral arterial disease (PAD), diabetic neuropathy, and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

With ProVascularMD, Dr. L provides varicose vein treatment, venous insufficiency treatment, peripheral artery disease treatment, and vascular ulcer treatment in the greater Los Angeles area, with dedicated California vascular centers in Beverly Hills, East Los Angeles, Montclair, and Apple Valley / Victorville.

ProVascularMD credentials with UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine
ProVascularMD credentials with American Medical Association
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ProVascularMD credentials with Society of Interventional Radiology
ProVascularMD credentials with Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

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Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral artery disease is caused by the formation of atherosclerotic blockages in the arteries, usually in the legs. Individuals with peripheral artery disease often have difficulty walking for an extended duration due to cramping pain (claudication) caused by insufficient blood flow. At ProVascularMD, we treat peripheral artery disease at the source, revascularize the leg, and restore function.

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Venous Insufficiency

Venous insufficiency is commonly recognized by bulging varicose veins and swelling in the leg. Vein disease is often dismissed as a cosmetic problem, but varicose veins can cause significant discomfort. At ProVascularMD, we treat varicose veins and venous insufficiency with modern minimally invasive techniques, addressing both superficial and deep venous pathologies.

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Vascular Ulcers

Vascular ulcers are the hallmark of severe end-stage vascular disease and are caused by severely impaired blood flow. Ulcers can originate from peripheral artery disease or venous insufficiency. While many patients see specialists for their ulcers, the vascular component is often overlooked. At ProVascularMD, we treat the source of venous ulcers and arterial ulcers to accelerate healing.

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Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is a condition in which nerves in the arms, hands, legs, feet, and other regions of the body are damaged by chronic, uncontrolled diabetes. Damage to peripheral nerves can cause severe pain signaling even when there is no identifiable source of pain. At ProVascularMD, we provide spinal cord stimulation to treat painful diabetic neuropathy.

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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

BPH is a condition in which the prostate gland is enlarged, often causing bothersome urinary symptoms. Due to its positioning near the bladder and around the urethra, an enlarged prostate can restrict urine flow or cause other significant urinary symptoms. Fortunately, these symptoms are treatable with medications or interventional procedures. At ProVascularMD, we provide cutting edge, minimally invasive care for BPH with prostate artery embolization (PAE).

California Vascular Centers near Los Angeles

Beverly Hills    |    Montclair    |    Apple Valley    |    East Los Angeles

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The ProVascular Difference

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Peripheral vascular disease can be complex, especially in individuals with diabetes and those at risk of amputation. At ProVascularMD, we take a comprehensive approach to vascular care, providing state-of-the-art treatment for arterial disease, vein disease, diabetic neuropathy, and BPH.

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Minimally invasive techniques are now the gold standard for many vascular diseases. Patients of ProVascularMD benefit from less procedural trauma, faster recovery, and an exceptional outpatient experience.

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Amputation avoidance is our specialty. With minimally invasive interventions, we confidently attack vascular problems above-the-knee, below-the-knee, and even below-the-ankle to keep limbs intact and restore ambulatory function. We can help you get your legs back.

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Vascular Education Center

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Peripheral Artery Disease Screening:
Why Early Detection is Critical

Left to its natural progression, peripheral artery disease can lead to seriously impaired ambulation, worsening leg pain, ulceration, gangrene, and even amputation in the most dire cases. The rise in obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure in America, and the continued prevalence of smoking have set the stage for a quiet pandemic that sees more than 50,000 avoidable amputations every year. Be part of the solution.

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Spinal Cord Stimulation for
Diabetic Neuropathy

A spinal cord stimulator works by creating an electric field near the nerves along the spine. This electric field interferes with the electrical activity of the nerves that are involved with pain signaling to the brain. When the spinal cord stimulator is active, painful sensations are replaced with a mild tingling sensation. Learn more about spinal cord stimulators, how they work, and what you can expect when you get one.

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Stages of Venous Insufficiency

Chronic venous insufficiency is a progressive disease that spans several unique stages, from spider veins and varicose veins in the early stages to skin changes and venous ulcers in the late stages. The CEAP scale is used to classify the different stages of venous insufficiency. Learn more in this quick read.

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Vein Treatment with Varithena

Varithena is a foam sclerotherapy solution that is used for varicose vein treatment. It’s unique in that it is a non-thermal, non-tumescent alternative to thermal vein ablation, and therefore has distinct advantages over other common vein procedures. Learn more about why we treat veins with Varithena at ProVascularMD.

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Amputation Prevention

No matter the circumstance, the decision to amputate should not be made lightly and care providers should seek every viable alternative for their patients. Offered here at ProVascularMD, amputation prevention has emerged as a specialty area offered by Vascular Specialists. Have you been told that you need an amputation?

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Prostate Artery Embolization: What To Expect

Are you struggling with urinary symptoms? Prostate artery embolization (PAE) is one of the least invasive treatment options for benign prostatic hyperplasia. Read this quick overview from our prostate specialists to learn more about PAE, how it works, and what to expect when you undergo treatment.

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