Top Rated Vascular Specialists In Kansas City

Discover vascular care with Dr. Juan Carlos Correa and his expert team at the Kansas City Vascular Institute (KCVI), your destination for advanced, minimally invasive treatments for peripheral artery disease. At KCVI, our physician also speaks Spanish. We prioritize your comfort and swift recovery, offering personalized care plans tailored to your unique needs. With our diagnostics and a commitment to excellence, embark on a journey towards improved vascular health in a compassionate, patient-centered environment. Start your path to better health today with Kansas City's leading vascular specialists. We're conveniently located off of 435 Highway in an easily accessible single-story office.
Vascular Specialists in Kansas City
Dr. Correa consulting with a patient at KCVI.

Know you're Getting Great Vascular Care

Visit KCVI, where Dr. Juan Carlos Correa, a board-certified Vascular Surgeon in Overland Park, KS, leads with expertise in minimally invasive procedures for enhanced vascular health. Our team remains at the forefront of the latest techniques to provide the best possible results for every patient. We prioritize comfort, reduced recovery times, and effective treatments, ensuring personalized care for every patient.

Minimally Invasive Procedures

Minimally Invasive Procedures

By using a needle, wire and catheters to enter blood vessels we treat clogged arteries and veins to improve blood flow to legs. This involves no incisions or sutures, same day procedure and a prompt recovery.

What We Treat

At KCVI we don’t merely treat conditions. We treat our patients with a holistic view toward your overall well-being now and in the future. Providing a customized follow up for every patient to help monitor for disease progression. See the list below as a reference to the various conditions we treat.

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"Believe all of these awesome reviews because they are spot on. Dr. Correa and his staff are the very best. He stented a leg artery in my mothers leg to improve her blood flow. He did a wonderful job, and my mom was attended to by the most caring, professional staff."
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"Tony, Vera, Sarah, Penny just to name a few. Everyone is so nice. Best doctor office I've ever been to. At the top of the list is the Dr. himself."
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"So happy to have found my vascular surgeon again! He has been helping me keep my legs after I was told I would eventually need amputations more than 5 years ago! Can't be thankful enough for him and his wonderful staff!!!"
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"I would like to name all the staff but I can't remember all the names. The girls who prep me for surgery are so reassuring and gentle. I feel so blessed to be a patient here."
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"Dr. Correa is an outstanding doctor in all of my experiences with him. I have been under his care for several years and I have felt very confident with him. He has opened blocked arteries and does everything he can to make sure things are functioning properly."
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"I loved this place from beginning to end. The check-in desk was awesome and Dr. Correa was very pleasant and professional to speak with, great job staff."
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"Dr. Correa and his staff are the best!! They are very professional and they are very personable. I feel like Dr. Correa has a great bedside manor and he is very knowledgeable about his field of medicine. I would highly recommend Dr. Correa and his staff."
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This 51-year-old patient has lost 50 lbs since joining us and is committed to improving her health. She had non healing wounds on her feet due to poor circulation.
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Am I at Risk of Vascular Disease?

High Blood Pressure

Elevated blood pressure puts added strain on the blood vessels, increasing the risk of developing vascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, peripheral artery disease, stroke, and more.

High Cholesterol

High levels of cholesterol, particularly LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, can lead to the formation of plaque in the arteries, narrowing the blood vessels and increasing the risk of developing vascular diseases.

Smoking

Smoking damages the blood vessels, promotes the formation of plaque, and decreases overall blood flow. It significantly raises the risk of developing various vascular diseases, including coronary artery disease and peripheral artery disease.

Diabetes

Individuals with diabetes are at an increased risk of developing vascular diseases due to high blood sugar levels, which can damage the blood vessels over time. Diabetes can lead to conditions such as peripheral artery disease, and an increased risk of heart disease.

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76-year-old man with a non-healing wound for over a year. He has a long-standing history of diabetes, has never smoked, and is still a teacher at a local community college, but had to switch to part time due to medical issues. Had amputation done on the lateral part of his foot, complicated with infection and not healing despite aggressive wound care. Was told he would need a below correct the knee amputation. Came to see us for a second opinion. After one procedure, his foot arteries were opened and within the next 8 to 10 weeks the wound healed completely. He is back to teaching full-time and is walking with no issues of his foot.

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