Healthy. Active. Beautiful.
Southwest Florida’s choice for vein and vascular procedures.
Reputation Of Success
The Vascular and Vein Center at Gulfcoast Surgeons is one of the first and most respected vein clinics in Southwest Florida.
Our surgeons, Dr. Abraham Sadighi, Dr. Michael Novotney, Dr. Johan Escribano, and Dr. Matthew Sanders have performed thousands of vascular and vein surgeries over the past 28 years.
We focus on diseases of the vascular system that can range from harmless but unattractive spider veins to dangerous conditions such as peripheral artery disease. Our caring and dedicated team will help you identify problems and offer the best treatment options for you.
State-of-the-Art Vascular Lab and Angiography Suite
We offer a fully equipped vascular lab and state-of-the-art Angio Suite to provide a higher level of service and care for our patients. You’ll find comfort in knowing that we have a long-standing reputation for positive surgical outcomes that allow you to get back to healthy living.
Call us today at (239) 344-7061 or click the button below to learn more about us.
$99 Lifestyle Screening
Our $99 Lifestyle Screening is a simple non-invasive ultrasound scan. We will check for three of the deadliest silent killers that could be lurking in your body. The exam only takes 15 minutes and could save your life.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) – A weak lining of the artery wall can cause an abdominal aortic aneurysm. These fragile bulging arteries can rupture without warning and can cause sudden death.
Carotid Artery Disease (Stroke) –The carotid arteries supply blood flow directly to the brain.
A blockage can develop in the artery. This blockage can cause small clots to form on the plaque surface.
These small clots can “break off” into the bloodstream and up to the brain causing a stroke.
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) – Peripheral Arterial Disease is the narrowing of the arteries to the arms or legs. PAD can cause poor circulation and the decrease in blood to your arms or legs may result in pain, non-healing infections, or wounds that can even result in amputations. Nearly 40% of people with PAD are at risk of having a heart attack within 5 years.
Patient Success Stories
Everyone in this office from reception to doctors are amazing, caring folks. My husband and I are both patients. I’ve have multiple angioplasties and never a problem. Can’t wait to see their new Bonita office. Much closer to my home!!! Highly recommend this fine group of folks!!!See More