Vascular Specialist Doctor in New Jersey - Dr. Scott Hollander, DO

Vascular conditions affect the veins and arteries in your body, which conduct oxygen to every living cell. Think of your veins and arteries as expressways or rivers. When there are traffic jams or road construction,  or when dams break, trouble ensues. But in most cases, vascular conditions are highly treatable.

If your condition is more advanced, you might be concerned. However, if you choose the right specialist for your case, there won’t be any difficulties presented.

Get treated by an expert

Dr. Scott Hollander, is an expert in minimally invasive vascular procedures. He is a Yale trained Peripheral Vascular Interventional Radiologist specializing in peripheral arterial and venous disease as well as dialysis access maintenance. Dr. Hollander is dedicated to limb salvage; helping those with leg or foot pain, leg or foot ulcers, painful leg swelling, painful varicose veins, life threatening blood clots, recurrent leg infections, and sparing those from arterial bypass surgery and/or amputations.

Proper treatment can save your life

Get to know more about the most common treatments and procedures.

Peripheral Arterial Disease

PAD is a serious, yet treatable disease, characterized by a narrowing or blockage of the arteries that carry oxygenated blood to extremities such as the legs. Dr Hollander can perform a minimally invasive, same day, outpatient vascular procedure with just a tiny pin hole.

Venous Disease

Venous Disease, is a painful leg swelling. Venous leg pain may be caused by either superficial venous insufficiency due to a dysfunction in the superficial vein valves that are designed to prevent blood flowing backwards away from the heart or Deep Vein Disease which occurs in pelvis due to increased pressure on the pelvic veins (iliac veins) causing an obstructive phenomenon preventing or slowing blood flow out of the legs.

End Stage Renal Disease

Dialysis is a process used to treat patients whose kidneys are no longer working properly. It involves a special machine and tubing that removes blood from the body, cleanses it of waste and extra fluid and then returns it back to the body.