Learn more about vein and vascular health from our team.
The Vascular & Interventional Specialists of Siouxland is the area’s premier treatment facility of vascular and vein care. Our clinic features state-of-the-art technology and offers patients the latest in screening, diagnosis, and treatment for vascular diseases. Our modern approach offers treatments that are non-surgical or minimally invasive, allowing us to provide our patients with same-day procedures and quick recovery.
An Office-Based Lab (OBL) is a type of clinic that provides exams, diagnosis, and treatment for certain conditions within a physician’s office setting. OBLs are an increasingly popular alternative for outpatient care to the cold, sterile environment of a traditional hospital setting.
Office-Based Labs offer benefits for physicians and patients alike. Doctors enjoy greater autonomy, flexibility, and control over every aspect of the clinic experience. Patients benefit from reduced costs, a more comfortable setting, and personalized care close to home.
Advances in medical technology and surgical techniques have helped OBLs become more popular. State-of-the-art capabilities are available in modern medical equipment with smaller footprints, and minimally invasive treatments allow patients a faster return to normal life without overnight stays.
At Vascular & Interventional Specialists, we’re proud to offer world-class expertise and treatment in an Office-Based Lab setting. We’re able to provide expert vein and vascular care in-house—right here in Siouxland.
Your care at Vascular & Interventional Specialists often begins with a clinic visit for a vascular or interventional exam and possibly specific vascular testing. During that appointment, our staff will explain their findings and make their professional recommendations for your care. You will also have a chance to ask any questions you may have – our staff wants to know of any concerns and make sure you’re able to make educated decisions for your medical care.
Preparing for a medical procedure can feel overwhelming or scary if you don’t know what to expect. If you have unanswered questions or concerns about your appointment, contact us to learn more about what will happen on the day of your appointment.
After your procedure, you will be taken back to your suite. There, you will be monitored and given time to recover. The length of time spent in your suite will depend on the type of procedure you had. When it is time to leave, a staff member will go over instructions on how to take care of yourself at home.