These small veins occur close to the surface of the skin and are often visually prominent. When severe, they can affect a person’s lifestyle. We treat these veins with a simple procedure that can dramatically improve appearance.
These bulging veins can be more than just a cosmetic problem. They may be the cause of leg fatigue, discomfort, or serious changes to the skin. We can treat these veins with a minimally invasive and highly effective approach.
Our practice values it role in assisting patients with the management of dialysis access.
We work with the nephrology team to help provide you with the most appropriate dialysis access for your particular situation.
Dr. Ghanami performs both traditional open surgical aneurysm repair and a newer procedure called endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR). The treatment options are discussed and outlined based on your condition and associate health risks.
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Arterial disease is the build up of plaque within the arteries in our body including the upper and lower extremities. Clearing the path for blood flow can be done through several different invasive procedures depending on your condition. Dr. Ghanami performs peripheral angioplasty, stenting as well as Bypass surgery.
Carotid Artery Disease
This condition is the result of plaque formation in your arteries specific to your carotid arteries which supply blood to your brain. Surgical removal of the plaque buildup in the carotid arteries has long been proven as the optimal treatment for this condition.Dr. Ghanami is highly experienced in performing these types of procedures.
Dr. Joe Ghanami is a fellowship trained and board certified vascular surgeon. After originally growing up in north Louisiana, he went on to obtain his medical degree at LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans before moving to Little Rock, Arkansas where he performed a residency in General Surgery. He then went on to complete a vascular surgery fellowship at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in North Carolina. In 2012, Dr. Ghanami and his wife, Stacy, moved to Lafayette, Louisiana where they raise their four sons.