Do you have symptoms such as leg pain and swelling, swollen arms and legs, or varicose veins in the legs or arms?
Do you think you have a blood clot deep within your legs?
Narrowing or closure of a vein?
Or impaired blood flow?
Are you looking for a solution that won’t
require invasive surgery?
Call Dr. Hollander to discuss how YOUR life can
be changed today!

From the VAC of Atlantic County

A Vascular Center of Excellence
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Meet Dr. Scott Hollander:

The Medical Director and an expert in Image Guided Vascular Interventions who is dedicated to limb salvage! 

Dr. Hollander utilizes advanced medical technologies to repair leg arteries from the inside (catheterization), restoring flow to the feet and preventing the need for bypass surgery and amputation.      

    Dr. Hollander also closes poorly functioning superficial veins, redirecting venous blood to the deep veins in patients with varicose veins, leg swelling, pain, and recurring/poorly healing venous ulcers. A national leader in the use of intravascular ultrasound, Dr. Hollander can now treat those with deep venous disease - helping patients with symptoms including darkened legs, edema and chronic leg ulcers. 

    If you are a dialysis patient with arm or leg access, Dr. Hollander can maintain your life line and treat your symptoms relating to a failing access - keeping your arm or neck swelling, pain and dysfunction to a minimum. 

    He received his Medical Degree from the New York Institute of Technology, and then served his Diagnostic Radiology residency at Columbia University Medical Center. After Columbia, he completed his fellowship in the Vascular Interventional Radiology department of Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut.

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    Dr. Hollander’s next move was to Philadelphia, where he enhanced his knowledge of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) through training with renowned interventionist, James McGuckin, MD, at the Peripheral Vascular Institute of Philadelphia.

   Dr. Hollander’s medical foothold has spanned many years across various states, as he has become an expert at treating PAD, dialysis access, deep and superficial veins, and other vascular issues.  He continues to impress the community as one of the advanced vascular doctors in New Jersey. And since 2014, he is now proudly serving as the Medical Director of the VAC of Atlantic County .

 

 

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The Vascular Access Centers are a group of superlative doctors that have specialties, focus and concentration on vascular disease, treatment and prevention. Combining board certified doctors from all over the United States, the VAC provides specialized staff to hundreds of patients, in over 26 locations, needing any one of the several clinical services offered by this medical group.

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Getting to Know Dr. Hollander

Specialties & Board Certifications

Vascular & Interventional Radiology

Board Certified by the American Board of
Radiology, 2008  

CAQ,Vascular and Interventional Radiology,
2011

Medical Director, Vascular Access Center of
Atlantic County, 2014

IR
(Interventional Radiology) and VIR (Vascular & Interventional Radiology) is the practice of medicine that involves minimally invasive procedures, performed using image guidance such as small wires, catheters, scans, ultrasounds, etc.
Adaptation of definition
taken from the Department of Radiology, University of Chicago

Conditions & Procedures

Here are some of the conditions Dr. Hollander can treat using the Vascular and Interventional Radiology procedures described below:

Peripheral Arterial Disease, clogged artery, plaque
PAD

Peripheral Arterial Disease

PAD, Peripheral Arterial Disease, is characterized by narrowing or blockage of the arteries that carry oxygenated blood to extremities such as the limbs, head and internal organs. This blockage, called atherosclerosis, is caused by...

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red blood cells, clotting, thrombosis, dialysis
DA

Dialysis

Your blood is a highway, sending and receiving, going and coming, complete with inbound and outbound trips. This filtering system allows you to not only send vital nutrients and minerals to your entire body, but also transports and relieves the...

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Deep Vein Thrombosis, acute DVT, chronic DVT, embolus, thrombosis, thrombectomy
DVT

Deep Vein Thrombosis

Probably the deadliest venous problem one can encounter is deep vein thrombosis (DVT). DVT usually develops in the legs, deep pelvic veins, and other lower extremities but can form...

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CVI

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Inadequate blood flow to and from your heart can cause your blood to pool within the veins of your legs. Normal blood flow allows for blood to travel from your heart to your extremities via arteries and then make its way back to the...

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osteoporosis, op, porous bone
OP

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is characterized by a low bone mass, due to hormonal changes, old age and a host of other risk factors that can lead to increased bone fractures of the spine. Fractions of the vertebral bodies of the spine can...

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Intravascular Ultrasound, catheter, IVUS
IVUS

Intravascular Ultrasound 

Intravascular Ultrasound is an ultrasound apparatus placed on a catheter which picks up images via sound waves as it travels through the vascular system. IVUS is helpful in showing plaque formation on the...

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cvi testing, chronic venous insufficiency
CVI Testing

Chronic Venous Insufficiency Testing

This simple test compares the blood pressure in your arm to your legs. Significantly lower blood pressure in the lower extremities could mean narrowing of the arteries in...

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‍Balloon Vertebroblasty

Kyphoplasty

Kyphoplasty is spine fracture stabilizer that uses a balloon to restore fractured vertebral height and create a channel for cement fixation. This minimally-invasive medical...

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