Triangle Vascular Associates

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Triangle Vascular Associates Partners with UNC Health Care for a Uterine Fibroid Study

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Dr. Loehr and his team at Triangle Vascular Associates are participating in COMPARE-UF, Comparing Options for Management: Patient-centered Results for Uterine Fibroids.


Welcome to Triangle Vascular Associates

Whether you are a patient, family member or referring physician, you need safe, effective and individualized care. At Triangle Vascular Associates, we provide that kind of care. With board certified and fellowship-trained specialists, we are able to offer a complete range of minimally invasive, image-guided vascular procedures.

Triangle Vascular and Dr. Steve Loehr Featured on ABC News showcasing NEW Varicose Veins Treatment!

ABC News 11 recently interviewed Dr. Loehr, MD of Triangle Vascular Associates as well as two of his patients about a new minimally invasive procedure that is available to treat varicose veins, VenasealTM. Varicose veins are veins that have been become enlarged and twisted. The veins in the legs and feet are the ones that are most commonly affected as a result of the increased pressure that standing and walking upright puts on the ve ins in the lower extremities. Varicose veins can range from a mild cosmetic concern, to aching pain and discomfort. They can also signal a larger circulatory problem, but can be effectively treated with minimally invasive procedures.

VenaSealTM is a new non-surgical procedure for varicose veins that Dr. Loehr has begun offering at Triangle. With this procedure, the patient is given a local anesthetic to numb the area where a catheter is inserted into the varicose vein through a small nick. Using ultrasound guidance, a medical adhesive is placed and the vein is compressed. The entire procedure only takes about 30-45 minutes. The adhesive is described as superglue- like, because it is able to permanently seal the vein. Unlike traditional treatments it does not require injection of tumescent anesthesia nor any heat from laser or radio frequency ablation. Usually, once the procedure is complete, the patient is able to leave immediately and compression stockings are not needed. Most patients are able to get back to their daily routine right after the procedure.





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