Minimally Invasive Vascular Surgery at Oroville Hospital
Vascular surgery has been revolutionized in the last few years with minimally invasive procedures that can now reduce pain, improve recovery, and require shorter hospital stays for medical issues with arteries and veins. And our world-class vascular surgeon can perform these advanced treatments right here at Oroville Hospital.
After receiving his medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Milton Conley, MD received specialty training through two fellowships; vascular surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and endovascular surgery at UCLA. Dr. Conley has extensive experience in both vascular and endovascular surgery, but would still rather help a patient understand better choices to lead to improved health, with surgery only as a final option.
Vascular and endovascular health is important for your overall health and wellbeing. Vascular and endovascular surgery deal with medical and surgical aspects of the arterial and venous systems exclusive of the heart. This includes carotid artery disease, which can cause stroke, the abdominal aorta (aneurism and blockage), and blockage of leg arteries, which can lead to pain with walking and limb loss.
While these sophisticated, minimally invasive surgical procedures are now available for vascular or endovascular medical issues, Dr. Milton Conley can help patients understand lifestyle changes that can help improve their overall health and lead to fewer issues such as carotid artery disease and blockage of leg arteries. These positive lifestyle changes can improve vascular health, but also improve other conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
For more information about Vascular Surgery, please contact us or Dr. Conley at Oroville Hospital by calling 530-532-8161.