The Deep Vein Thrombosis Program at John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital
19829 N. 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85027
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If you suffer with pain and swelling caused by blood clots in your legs — a condition known as deep vein thrombosis, or DVT — there's great news. A breakthrough deep vein thrombosis treatment is now available at John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital's Deep Vein Thrombosis Program.
John C. Lincoln's DVT treatment combines a powerful new technology called AngioJet® mechanical thrombectomy with clot-softening drugs. Deep-vein blood clots are literally broken apart and vacuumed away.
Treatment Provides Fast Relief from Pain
Our deep vein thrombosis treatment eliminates chronic DVT symptoms. In fact, pain usually disappears overnight. Swelling is typically gone within 7 to 10 days.
Performed on an outpatient basis, this state-of-the-art DVT treatment is a powerful alternative to blood-thinning medications and compression stockings. Patients are more likely to return to their previous level of physical activity. This procedure also virtually eliminates the potentially fatal risk of pulmonary embolism.
John C. Lincoln invites you to learn more about deep vein thrombosis, as well as how our deep vein thrombosis treatment can remove blood clots in legs with less risk and pain.
More About Our Deep Vein Thrombosis Program
- Deep Vein Thrombosis Treatment: Learn how a new technology, AngioJet mechanical thrombectomy, has changed how John C. specialists treat deep vein thrombosis.
- Causes of DVT: Gain a fuller understanding of the causes of chronic DVT, what can trigger the condition and how it can be life-threatening.
- DVT Symptoms: See how deep-vein blood clots in legs lead to leg pain, swelling and skin discoloration — common indications of DVT.
- DVT Diagnosis and Recovery: Know what to expect before and after treatment for deep vein thrombosis at John C. Lincoln.
- Symptoms of Pulmonary Embolism: Know the signs of pulmonary embolism, the most prevalent and dangerous complication of DVT.