Vascular & Vein Care
Find reliable care for your vascular system, also known as the circulatory system, at Wayne UNC Health Care. Depend on our experienced vascular specialists in Goldsboro, North Carolina to diagnose and treat vascular conditions.
Conditions We Treat
Depend on Wayne UNC for the care of conditions that affect your blood vessels, including:
Feel more comfortable with your appearance and relieve pain and discomfort caused by visible, enlarged veins in your legs. Turn to Wayne UNC Vascular & Vein Center for the treatment of spider veins and varicose veins. Ask about:
- Phlebectomy – Physically removes varicose veins that lie just below your leg’s surface
- Sclerotherapy – Uses an injection that causes your spider veins and varicose veins to shrink and disappear
- Venefit™ procedure – Treats your varicose veins with heat to shrink and seal your diseased vein
Stay close to home in Goldsboro for specialized surgical care of your blood vessels. You’ll benefit from access to a wide range of procedures, including:
- Angioplasty and stenting – Opens narrowed arteries in your legs (peripheral arteries), neck (carotid arteries), kidneys, or other parts of the body so blood and oxygen can flow better
- Aneurysm repair – Reinforces a weak spot in an artery
- Dialysis access graft placement – Creates a place in an artery or vein for blood to flow to and from a dialysis machine
- Peritoneal dialysis catheter placement – Puts a small tube in your abdomen to filter your blood
- Thrombolysis – Injects medicine into a blood vessel to dissolve a clot and restore blood flow
- VNUS Closure® – Treats venous reflux, or venous insufficiency, by sending radiofrequency energy (heat) to a vein to seal it off and stop blood from flowing backward
Your procedure will take place in Wayne UNC’s advanced Surgery Center. In a convenient setting designed with you and your loved ones in mind, you’ll be the focus of skilled staff before, during, and after treatment.
Whenever possible, your surgeon will treat your condition with an endovascular technique. This minimally invasive approach sends tiny medical tools through your blood vessels, rather than making large incisions in the skin. That means you’ll have the shortest-possible recovery and little scarring.
If you experience kidney failure, you may need dialysis to clean and filter your blood. Rely on Wayne UNC vascular specialists to place dialysis access so you may receive dialysis treatments. Your kidney care team can help you decide which type of dialysis access is right for you.
- Fistula – Joins an artery and a vein in your arm
- Graft – Uses a soft tube to join an artery and vein in your arm
- Peritoneal catheter – Places a soft tube in your belly