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The Vascular Experts Welcomes New Physician Assistant

Timothy C. Stewart to Join Team at Stratford Office DANBURY, C.T. (Feb. 8, 2017) – The Vascular Experts, the largest group of board-certified vascular surgeons in the nation, announced today the appointment of Timothy C. Stewart, PA-C, to Physician Assistant at The Vascular Experts Stratford office. With advanced medical knowledge and clinical skills, Timothy will be a valued asset to both...
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Vascular Experts Surgeon Marsel Huribal, MD, Recognized As Top Doctor

Named a 2016 Top Doctor in Stratford, Connecticut DANBURY, C.T. (Jan. 17, 2017) – Marsel Huribal, MD, Vascular Surgeon at Southern Connecticut Vascular Surgeons, and is also affiliated with Griffin Hospital, Norwalk Hospital, and Stamford Hospital, has been named a 2016 Top Doctor in Stratford, Connecticut. Top Doctor Awards is dedicated to selecting and honoring those healthcare practitioners...
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The Vascular Experts Expands with New Danbury Office

Vascular Experts Continues to Grow in Southern Connecticut with Seventh Office Location DANBURY, C.T. (Jan. 4, 2017) – The Vascular Experts, the largest group of board-certified vascular surgeons in the nation, announced today the opening of a new office location in Danbury, CT. The new office is now accepting patients at the 7 Germantown Road, Suite 2B location. “We continue to expand to...
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New Absorbable Heart Stent

The approval of a new absorbable heart stent offers increased options for treating arterial blockage. The anticipated long term benefits, which have not been proven yet, include shortening the time patients must take blood thinners, simplifying future diagnosis, avoiding new disease forming in metal devices, and avoiding the need for future procedures. Click below to view a fascinating article...
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Do Migraines Indicate Greater Risk of Vascular Disease ?

A study conducted by the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, one of the largest university hospitals in Europe,  found that a history of migraine in women is associated with increased risk of major cardiovascular disease. The study showed that women with migraine had a increased risk of myocardial infarction (39%), stroke (62%), and death due to cardiovascular disease (37%). LEARN...
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