Advanced Vascular and Vein Care Close to Home

At Parkview, our Vascular and Endovascular specialists treat peripheral arterial disease (PAD), aneurysms, vein disorders and place emphasis on stroke prevention among many other conditions. 

You may be wondering, what exactly does this type of surgeon do? They use a variety of approaches, both minimally invasive and open, as well as, an array of treatment options, and the latest technologies to best care for your arteries and veins. Their goal is always to ensure your best outcome in the future and for your current situation. They're master educators on options and prefer a conservative approach in addressing vascular disease. 

When you want the latest in state-of-the-art technology combined with accessible and compassionate physicians, we are here for you. Coordinated vascular care is close to home.

Varicose Veins

At Parkview Vascular and Vein, we offer a number of outpatient treatment options to treat varicose veins that may be right for you. Click here to learn more.


Our Cardio Doctors

Vascular & Endovascular Surgeons

Dr. David Feuer David Feuer, MD
Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

Dr. Pantelis Hadjizacharia

Pantelis Hadjizacharia, MD
Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon
Dr. Sivaraman Srikant Sivaraman, MD
Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

Request An Appointment

If you'd like to request an appointment with our Parkview Medical Group Vein and Vascular Center or have any questions, please call 719-562-2300

Our Heart Beats for You

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Cardiac Rehab

Parkview’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is dedicated to helping you improve your cardiovascular health. The program consists of exercise on various cardiovascular machines while a nurse monitors your heart rate, blood pressure and guides you through rehabilitation. Exercises are tailored to meet your specific needs according to age and physical condition. Our goal is to work closely with your personal physician and Parkview’s Cardiac team to optimize a safe program for you.

Cardiac rehabilitation, through evaluation, education and exercise, helps make your heart healthy. The program focuses on reducing risk factors, implementing an exercise plan and educating patients. To learn more, click here!

Women's Choice 2019

Women's CHoice 2019

Parkview Medical Center has been named by Women's Choice as one of the best hospitals in the United States for heart care in 2019.

The recognition puts Parkview among 408 of nearly 4,800 hospitals offering heart services. 

Women's Choice looked at criteria including the number of services offered, readmission and mortality rates and patient satisfaction to determine that Parkview offers elite heart care to its patients.  

Hearts that Matter

Cindy Grant

Cindy Grant loves to paint rocks.

The stones, covered in vibrant colors and whimsical designs, fill a bookshelf here and a planter there around her home and, just recently, caught the attention of potential customers.

“My specialty is Nativity scenes,” she said.

A few people had made special orders for the unique gifts. But in late December, after a regular echocardiogram for her heart murmur revealed a mitral valve regurgitation, things stopped. To read more, click here!