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Symptoms of Varicose Veins include:

Bulging Itching Burning Swelling

What happens if you don’t treat varicose veins?

If you leave them alone, they might start bleeding and cause health problems like anemia or blood clots. But don’t worry, there are ways to treat them and make them better, so they don’t cause these problems.

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Cardiovascular health is a critical aspect of overall health and wellbeing. It is important that individuals take a proactive approach to understanding and managing their cardiovascular health in order to reduce the risk of serious health complications.

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Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common condition that affects millions of individuals worldwide. This condition occurs when there is a buildup of plaque in the arteries, which can lead to restricted blood flow to various parts of the body, particularly the legs. PAD can cause a range of symptoms, from leg pain and cramping to more serious complications such as blood clots, infections, and even limb amputation. 

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It is crucial for individuals to be aware of the risk factors for PAD and to seek early diagnosis and treatment if necessary. By working with cardiovascular experts and committing to a healthy lifestyle, individuals can take steps to manage their cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of chronic illness and complications.

Vein Screening

Detecting and treating spider and varicose veins early can prevent complications and relieve pain. Schedule a screening for healthier legs and a better quality of life.

Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.)

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) in the legs or lower extremities is the narrowing or blockage of the vessels that carry blood from the heart to the legs.

Patient Testimonials

See what some of our patients have to say about their experience with Cardiovascular Experts.

Heart Healthy Recipes

Foods high in saturated fats can contribute to the development of plaque in the bloodstream and increase both the risk and the severity of PAD.

Heart to Heart News

In the media

Why Our Practice?

State-of-the-Art Ambulatory Surgery Center

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Cardiovascular Experts of PA, is the only independently physician owned and operated cardiac and vascular practice in the region. Our innovative outpatient center will bring the focus to our patients, allow us to provide exceptional world-renowned care for cardiac and vascular disorders, and deliver value-based cost-effective care that our community deserves. 

We welcome you to visit our newly renovated location of 3040 Market Street in Camp Hill, where we will be utilizing some of the latest technologies in the world, not found anywhere else in our region. Our staff has over 100 years of cumulative experience in cardiac and vascular care. In addition to their experience and expertise, every one of our staff members are competent, compassionate and execute on our mission of keeping the patient first. 

Thank you for your support and we look forward to serving you. 

When it comes to making choices about your healthcare, you the patient and the doctor have the power to choose. Whether it is about saving life or limb, we will provide the best of the best cardiac and vascular care to each and every patient.

Our providers have expertise and experience in treating everything from routine cardiovascular care to “high risk” patients and situations. Our president, Dr. Rajesh Davé has a consistent track record of success in treating patients worldwide who are deemed “high risk”, “inoperable” and “non-salvageable” with successful outcomes and recovery. We believe that medicine is an art, and one size does not fit all. Patients often learn to live with the pain, inactivity and decreased quality of life that come along with cardiovascular disease. We provide options for patients when they are told no other options exist. It is our mission to have each and every one of our patients return to the pain free and active lifestyle that they deserve.

The mission of Cardiovascular Experts of PA is to deliver patient centered healthcare as efficiently as possible. Our unique approach allows for better communication to our physician colleagues, and less out of pocket cost to our patients. We take pride and strive to earn the trust of our colleagues and patients. Patients are not passed through multi levels of a healthcare system, rather they are given individual care and consideration and treated as members of our Cardiovascular Experts family.

Providing routine heart care, diagnostic services, testing and more is the Harrisburg region’s first and only independent, physician-owned and operated cardiovascular surgery center. [Read More] from President and CEO Dr. Raj Davé about their practice and the services they offer.

When it comes to your health, you want the best care from the best doctors. Cardiovascular Experts of PA and their elite staff have earned the reputation as leaders in state-of-the-art cardiovascular care. They have garnered international acclaim for their contributions to the advancement of nonsurgical treatment for all facets of cardiovascular disease. They have performed tens of thousands of complicated procedures in their careers and participated in the design of innovative devices and treatment options. So when it comes to trust, there is no one more deserved of your trust than Cardiovascular Experts of PA.

Vascular Care


Vascular care treats disorders and diseases that affect the vascular system, which includes the arteries, veins, and other vessels that circulate blood throughout your body. Another name for the vascular system is the circulatory system. 

Some vascular conditions are severe and life-threatening, such as blood clots, while others pose no real medical threat, such as spider veins.

Some vascular conditions are acute, meaning they come on quickly and may clear up just as fast with treatment. In contrast, others are chronic, developing over the years, and requiring ongoing medical management.

deep vein thrombosis (DVT)

DVT is a serious condition where a clot forms in a deep vein, typically in the legs but can occur elsewhere, causing life-threatening complications such as a pulmonary embolism, stroke, or heart attack. Risk factors include immobility, surgery, pregnancy, obesity, smoking, and certain medical conditions. Taking preventive measures, like staying active and wearing compression stockings, can reduce your risk. Blood thinners may be prescribed by your doctor. Talk to your healthcare professional if you’re at risk.

How to reduce vascular plaque buildup?

Focus on promoting better heart health by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Healthy habits will help prevent additional plaque from forming. Eat a heart-healthy diet. Make exercise a part of your regular routine. Aim for 30 minutes of exercise at least 5 days a week. Don’t smoke.

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