Peripheral Artery
Disease (PAD)

Often Silent, Sometimes Deadly, Potentially Preventable 

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What is Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) And How Can It Affect You?

Pelvic congestion syndrome is a medical condition that causes chronic pelvic pain. The condition is thought to be due to problems with the enlarged veins in your pelvic area. Women of childbearing age who have had more than one pregnancy may have the highest risk of pelvic congestion syndrome. Pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS) is a disease that is often undiagnosed in women with pelvic pain. Chronic pelvic pain affects approximately 15% of premenopausal women in the United States.

If you’ve been living with chronic pelvic pain, it may be a direct link to pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS). Obinna Nwobi, MD, of Vascular Health Center in Oviedo, Winter Haven, and Apopka, Florida, is an expert in this condition and can provide you with comprehensive information on how to alleviate your pain and take control of your health and happiness. 

PCS often goes undiagnosed, so it is important to ask our doctors about your risks.

Timely detection and treatment of PAD can improve the quality of your life; help you keep your independence and mobility;
and reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke, leg amputation, and even death. 

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During The Physical Exam, Our Specialists Will Check:
PAD
What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of PAD?
Treatment
What are the
Treatment Options?

Angioplasty

Angioplasty uses inflatable devices called balloons to open up narrowed arteries. During angioplasty, the vascular and interventional radiologist guides a catheter with a tiny balloon tip through the blood vessels into the blockage. The balloon is inflated to widen the artery, which restores blood flow.

Stenting

Sometimes, in conjunction with balloon angioplasty, the doctor will place a stent, or a tiny mesh tube, inside the artery to help keep it open.

Atherectomy

In situations where there is heavy build-up of plaque, atherectomy is used to debulk the plaque to optimize blood flow. 

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Locations in Oviedo, Winter Haven, Ocoee

Why choose Us?

Holistic
Approach

Focusing on your overall health, we tailor our treatment plans towards conservative management, involving minimally invasive therapy and surgical options.

Dedicated and
Caring Team

We provide excellent guidance and education for our patients, ensuring they have a thorough understanding of their vascular health.

Affordable
Pricing Packages

Not having insurance is not a problem. Our affordable in-office financing options provide flexible payment plans that are inclusive of all tests.

State of the
Art Facility

Our full range of medical, laser & surgical options, include the latest diagnostic equipment for providing the highest possible vascular care.

About Us

Meet Dr. Obinna Nwobi

Patients in Central Florida turn to trusted vascular surgeon Obinna Nwobi, MD, for all their vein and artery concerns. His practice, Vein Health Clinics, has two convenient locations in Oviedo and Winter Haven, Florida. While completing a double major in English and chemistry in his undergraduate studies at East Tennessee State University, the field of vascular surgery called to Dr. Nwobi.

He then earned a master’s degree in public health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Maryland, focusing on health care management and international health. He went on to earn his medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Dr. Nwobi completed his internship and residency in general surgery at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

After completing his fellowship in vascular surgery at the Vascular Group PLLC and Albany Medical Center in New York, Dr. Nwobi chose to practice medicine in an underserved area of Florida.

Throughout his career, Dr. Nwobi has helped patients through the Indian Health Services system and Veterans A airs Hospital, while continuing to work at several large private and public hospitals.Dr. Nwobi is a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation, which provides him with specialized training in reading and interpreting all types of vascular ultrasounds. He is also board certified in vascular surgery. As a physician who’s passionate about serving the underserved, Dr. Nwobi dedicates as much time as possible to medical missions.

He has helped countless patients in Nigeria and provided medical care for patients who cannot a ord treatment. Because Dr. Nwobi is genuinely passionate about patient care and has extensive expertise in the most complex vascular conditions, he is trusted throughout Central Florida.

Testimonials
What Patients Say About
Dr. Obinna Nwobi
Click to hear Obie’s story when his legs were saved after he was told before that would never be able to be treated
Click to hear Leida’ story – how her life has been since she got her venous disease that has been with her for over 20 years treated
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Ocoee

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  • 1410 West Broadway Suite 105
    Oviedo, FL 32765
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    Winter Haven, FL 33880
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    Ocoee, FL 34761
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