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5 Signs You’re Dealing with Venous Disease

Jun 24, 2024


Venous disease encompasses a range of conditions affecting the veins, primarily in the lower extremities. These conditions can lead to discomfort and health complications if left untreated. 
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Diabetes Complications: How to Lower Your Risk for Amputation

May 16, 2024


Incorporating advanced treatments to manage wounds can prevent severe diabetes-related complications such as amputation. This proactive approach also reduces the risk of future issues.
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Genicular Artery Embolization: Your Non-surgical Treatment for Knee Pain

Apr 09, 2024


Genicular artery embolization (GAE) is a relatively new approach to knee osteoarthritis pain that bridges the gap between nonsurgical and surgical approaches. GAE offers immediate and long-term benefits.
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How to Prevent Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Complications

Mar 22, 2024


Complications from peripheral artery disease can be life-threatening. This makes it vital to work closely with a vascular specialist to effectively manage PAD, and minimize the risk of serious complications.
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Sclerotherapy for Varicose Veins: What to Expect

Feb 01, 2024


Sclerotherapy is one of several minimally invasive treatment options for patients with vascular concerns. Treatment is relatively quick, and patients can return to their normal routine without the need for extended downtime. 
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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: Your Questions Answered

Jan 03, 2024


Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a non-invasive treatment that increases oxygen levels in your body. It can play an important role in the comprehensive treatment of slow-healing and non-healing vascular wounds.
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Deep Dive into Venous Disease

Nov 28, 2023


When venous disease strikes, initial symptoms are often subtle. Early detection can give you a jump on managing the condition, lowering the risk of complications, and protecting your vascular health.
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What is Superficial Venous Disease?

Nov 17, 2023


Vein health can have an impact on overall health. When veins get damaged or weakened, they can't perform their crucial task of returning blood to the heart. When venous disease strikes, prompt treatment can make all the difference.
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What to Expect Before, During, and After Kyphoplasty

Oct 18, 2023


For those grappling with the discomfort and limitations of a vertebral compression fracture, kyphoplasty offers an effective, minimally invasive solution. This blog explains what to expect before, during, and after this procedure.
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Recognizing the Signs of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

Sep 01, 2023


Peripheral artery disease (PAD) develops when the blood vessels in your arms and legs are narrowed or blocked by sticky plaque deposits. Learn how to spot the warning signs of this serious — and very common — circulatory problem.
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The Medical Condition of Edema and its Treatment

Feb 20, 2020


Normal people call it swelling, doctors call it Edema. In other words, Edema is the medical term used for swelling. When a body part swells due to any medical condition such as inflammation, infection, pregnancy, medicinal side effect,...
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The Medical Condition of Edema and its Treatment

Dec 24, 2019


Normal people call it swelling, doctors call it Edema. In other words, Edema is the medical term used for swelling. When a body part swells due to any medical condition such as inflammation, infection, pregnancy, medicinal side effect,...
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Edema is a disease which is also curable with Natural Herbal ingredients

Dec 15, 2019


Normal people call it swelling, doctors call it Edema. In other words, Edema is the medical term used for swelling. When a body part swells due to any medical condition such as inflammation, infection, pregnancy, medicinal side effect,...
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The What, Why and How of Varicose Veins

Nov 12, 2019


First things first: The What We have all experienced being stuck in a traffic jam at some point in our lives. That jam is usually caused by a problem causing blockade on the road. The blockade results in the choking of traffic on the route.
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October Case Study

Oct 08, 2019


This is a 75 year old female with a history of significant left arm swelling of a chronic nature, with heaviness, tiredness, swelling, tingling of the left arm...
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Critical Limb Ischemia

Sep 20, 2019


This is a patient with a history of critical limb ischemia. She had no significant out flow. She had large vascular ulcers. She had limb pain of significant nature. After recanalization and stenting, her pain finished significantly.
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TCV Has Been Published in Today’s Wound Clinic – Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy Imaging

Sep 10, 2019


https://www.todayswoundclinic.com/articles/using-near-infrared-spectroscopy-imaging-manage-critical-limb-ischemia
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Healing Progress

Sep 10, 2019


Healing Progress
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AHA Outlines Diagnosis, Treatment Options for Under Recognized Critical Limb Ischemia

Aug 29, 2019


TCTMD Critical limb ischemia — evidenced by ischemic rest pain, a non healing wound/ulcer, or gangrene for more than 2 weeks with signs of poor blood flow — remains under-recognized by clinicians and patients,...
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Traumatic Hematoma to Left Leg

Aug 08, 2019


Healing process of a patient referred to us for a traumatic hematoma on their left leg. Patient was seen by both Dr. Siddique for vascular management and by Dr. Niezgoda for wound care management. We are happy to announce that the patient has healed!
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Dr. Siddique at TCV Vascular Has Been Chosen as 1 of 17 PI in the nation for the STAND Research!

Jul 23, 2019


Milwaukee, Wisc., July 18, 2019: TCV Centers announces that Dr. Awais Siddique, Interventional Radiologist at TCV Vascular has been chosen as 1 of 17 Peripheral Interventionalists in the nation for the STAND study...
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Awais H. Siddique, MD featured in Black Women 50+ Magazine!

Feb 25, 2019


Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (PCS) is also known as Pelvic Vein Incompetence (PVI) which manifest as pooling or accumulation of blood in the veins surrounding the pelvis.
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TCV Specialists Selected as Faculty Lecturers at 2018 NCVH and APWCA Conferences

Oct 24, 2018


Dr. Niezgoda and Dr. Siddique, along with Vicky Magnan, OTR were selected as faculty in the wound, vascular, and lymphedema fields, adding to the robust and distinguished faculty chosen to lecture...
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Landmark EVRA Trial Provides First Level 1 Evidence for Early Endovenous Ablation

May 02, 2018


The first full results of the Early Venous Reflux Ablation (EVRA) ulcer study were presented at the Charing Cross Symposium (CX; 24-27 April, London, UK).
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TCV Interview on Senior-Talk Podcast

Dec 23, 2017


TCV was featured on WISN 1130’s Senor Talk Podcast! Click play on the video to the right to hear Dr. Jeffrey Niezgoda and Jessica Sadowski discuss TCV.
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TCV launches a Limb Preservation Center, the first of its kind in the Midwest

Jan 09, 2017


MILWAUKEE, WI, January 9th, 2017 /PRNewswire/ TCV (Advancing the Zenith of Healthcare) launches a Limb Preservation Center, the first of its kind in the Midwest.
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