Dr. Danny Chan Featured on Radio Show for Pelvic Congestion in Women & Testicular Issues in Men


Dr. Danny Chan of Precision VIR was featured on The Staying Young Radio Show to discuss pelvic congestion syndrome in women and testicular issues in men. Hosted by two renowned physicians, Drs. Walter Gaman and J. Mark Anderson, and a top health and wellness expert, Judy Gaman, the show provides listeners with humorous banter combined … Continue reading Dr. Danny Chan Featured on Radio Show for Pelvic Congestion in Women & Testicular Issues in Men

Varicose Veins Minimally Invasive Treatment Approved


Press Release/Announcement: Precision VIR announces the availability of Varithena® (polidocanol injectable foam) 1% to treat varicose veins Dallas, Texas, 11/20/2017: Dr. Danny Chan, Dr. Jaryd Stein and the associate vein specialists in Dallas, Texas at Precision Vascular and Interventional (Precision VIR) are pleased to announce the availability of Varithena® (polidocanol injectable foam). This is a … Continue reading Varicose Veins Minimally Invasive Treatment Approved

The Best Peripheral Vascular Disease Doctors in DFW Saved My Legs


Jeff*, a 43-year-old man from Fort Worth, Texas, was diagnosed with peripheral vascular disease (PVD) by a vascular surgeon in central Texas. In peripheral vascular disease (PVD), also known as peripheral arterial disease (PAD), there is significant amount of calcium and plaque inside the arteries causing them to become hard and narrowed. This results in … Continue reading The Best Peripheral Vascular Disease Doctors in DFW Saved My Legs

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in Dallas: Marshall’s Patient Case Study


Introducing Marshall, a 73-year-old man from Mesquite, TX Marshall was experiencing numbness and tingling in his left foot. His foot often felt cold and he was feeling pain at night. Marshall wanted relief from his discomfort and was scared about losing his foot. He already had a partial amputation of his right leg and wanted … Continue reading Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in Dallas: Marshall’s Patient Case Study