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Vascular Specialists

Vascular Center of Mobile has cared for the vascular disease problems of Mobile and the surrounding areas, and since 1978 delivering the most current vascular therapies and treatments to our patients.

To learn more about how we can help you with your varicose veins, spider veins or other vascular problems, request a vascular screening today.

Our Philosophy

Dr. Glenn Esses and staff concentrate on the least invasive and least traumatic techniques to eliminate the pain associated with vascular disease. We keep up to date to enable us to incorporate new methods as they are proven safe and beneficial. We have developed this web site to tell you more about us, the types of surgical care we offer and our general office procedures. Please feel welcome to discuss any aspect of our care for you or for a member of your family.

Vascular Disease...

How could it affect me?
Patients have symptoms of vascular disease depending on which arteries in the body are being blocked. The blockage of arteries that feed the brain can cause mini-strokes or permanent strokes. Circulatory problems of the upper extremities can cause numbness, discoloration, or pain in the arms. Blockages to arteries in the intestine can result in weight loss or pain when eating. Kidney artery blockages can result in kidney failure or elevated blood pressure. Leg artery blockages are manifested by pain on walking or discoloration in the feet or toes that may not be apparent without exercise. In addition, enlargement of the arteries (called aneurysms) in the abdomen may cause pain and rupture.