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About the Practice

With their state-of-the-art office in the Borough Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, the Vascular Institute of New York is an innovative vascular clinic with a world-renowned team of board-certified vascular and endovascular surgeons, who are recognized as leaders in their specialties.

Founded by Enrico Ascher, MD, in 1990, the Vascular Institute of New York has been serving communities throughout New York City for nearly 30 years. Dr. Ascher and his team are internationally recognized for developing groundbreaking diagnostics and vascular treatments. The entire team is committed to using endovascular techniques that eliminate the need for invasive open surgery. These minimally invasive techniques offer patients shorter recovery times, less pain, and more.

Vascular Institute of New York is the only practice in the United States to develop balloon angioplasties of blocked arteries in the legs without toxic contrast or radiation. Instead, the expert vascular specialists use ultrasound guidance to perform this procedure. The team even performs these procedures from the comfort of their own office.

From hypertension and venous leg ulcers to chronic venous insufficiency, carotid artery disease, and deep vein thrombosis, the Vascular Institute of New York provides exceptional vascular care for all of their patients.

The team at Vascular Institute of New York believes diversity is crucial in providing quality care. Their physicians come from all over the world and bring unique experience, skills, and perspectives to the practice. 

All patients are welcome to visit the Vascular Institute of New York. To see a vascular specialist, call or book an appointment online.

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Vascular Institute of New York
960 50th Street
Borough Park

Brooklyn, NY 11219
Phone: 718-438-3800
Fax: 718-438-3131

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