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Vascular & Diabetic Foot Center

Baylor Scott & White The Heart Hospital – Plano Outpatient Services

Management of complex vascular disorders

The Vascular & Diabetic Foot Center provides a systematic approach to the diabetic foot from preventative and treatment perspectives in a unique clinical setting. Our multidisciplinary team is led by highly regarded podiatric surgeons and vascular surgeons on the medical staff who create individualized treatment plans to achieve quality patient outcomes.

The Center is dedicated to the functional preservation of the lower extremity. Its mission is to rapidly heal a patient's wound without affecting the functionality of the limb, as well as prevent a major amputation. The Center uses advanced diagnostic, surgical and wound care modalities to heal difficult-to-heal wounds, however, the scope of the Center goes far beyond chronic wound care. Patient care is focused on limb preservation, which ultimately saves the patient's life. Treatment is tailored to the individual patient and to each patient's specific wound with the goal of healing it as quickly as possible.

Call 4​69.814.3480 or complete our online inquiry form​ below for more information or to schedule a patient for evaluation.​

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Our services:​

Patients with diabetes are two to four times more likely to develop coronary artery disease, which puts patients at risk for peripheral vascular disease (PVD)—​the major cause of diabetic foot problems.

We use advanced diagnostic, surgical and wound care techniques to heal difficult-to-heal wounds with a focus on limb preservation. Treatment is tailored to the individual patient and to each patient's specific wound with the goal of healing it as quickly as possible.
  • Foot and ankle wound care following evidence-based medicine and well-defined research leading to rapid wound healing
  • Preventive diabetic foot examinations
  • Lower extremity vascular assessment
  • On-site lab and imaging services, including non-invasive arterial and venous imaging testing with ultrasound, CT angiography and MRI
  • Comprehensive management of foot and ankle conditions in patients with diabetes mellitus and/or vascular disorders
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