Aortic Disease Treatments

We provide a comprehensive range of treatments for aortic disease, from the latest minimally invasive procedures to complex open surgery. Our specialists offer some of the newest and most advanced treatments available and are among the few programs in Michigan to do so.

Aortic disease: Why choose Henry Ford?

Whether you need monitoring or more advanced treatment for an aortic condition, we provide lifelong care tailored to your individual needs. The Multidisciplinary Aorta Program at Henry Ford offers:

  • Expert surgeons: Aortic disease treatments draw on the extensive training and expertise of our surgeons. Learn more about vascular surgery and heart surgery at Henry Ford.
  • Seamless care: Our team of experts meets on a regular basis to coordinate care for complex conditions and plan procedures and surgeries. For people with complex cases, our vascular surgeons and vascular medicine specialists work with cardiologists and cardiac surgeons to provide the most effective, long-lasting results.
  • Skilled team for full support: With specialized training in aortic disease, our nurse practitioners are available around the clock to answer questions about your care. Our social workers connect you with resources to help you manage day-to-day life.
  • Latest research: We are one of 52 hospitals and research centers participating in the International Registry of Acute Aortic Dissections (IRAD). Our active participation in IRAD keeps our program at the forefront of new practices in diagnosing and treating aortic disease.

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