Our doctors have 40+ years of combined experience treating and researching venous disease.
Vascular Surgeon, Patrick Kelly MD is Now Offering Knee Pain Relief.
These ropy, purple veins found most often on legs can be treated several ways, depending on your specific circumstances.
We want our patients to live without restrictions as much as possible, which is why our doctors are capable of chronic wound treatment and other measures that avoid amputation.
Stents, angioplasty, and more constitute our wide range of surgical treatments. Our doctors will recommend and perform only the best treatment option for your unique situation.
Your vascular system plays a principal role in dialysis treatment. Our doctors are skilled in several methods of dialysis access care which ensure the optimal performance of hemodialysis.
We know vascular disease is stressful. Our team strives to eliminate some of it with an office that’s friendly and efficient.
Schedule through our site or by calling (605) 306-6100. We try our utmost to see patients as soon as possible.
As often as possible, we try to avoid surgery. Thanks to advanced technology and methods, we can do that more often than ever before.
Our patients have complex cases that often put them under our care for the long-term. We are here every step of the way.
Many vascular conditions are underlying, so collaborating with your other healthcare providers is important to ensure every aspect of your care is compatible.
The gradual narrowing — and eventual closing — of your arteries which prevents vital oxygen from reaching your organs.
More commonly known as a blood clot, a thrombus needs to be addressed to restore proper blood flow.
Many people develop these widely-recognized conditions and, while they’re not life-threatening, they can be uncomfortable.
Non-healing wounds, hyperhidrosis, and thoracic outlet syndrome are other conditions the Dakota Vascular team treats.