MANAGING DISEASES OF THE VASCULAR SYSTEM

VASCULAR SURGERY

Todd Berland, M.D. is a world renowned Vascular Surgeon in New York City

About Todd Berland, M.D.

Dr. Berland is a world renowned vascular surgeon based in New York City. He is listed in Castle Connolly “America’s Top Doctors” for 2016 and has been a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, America’s top Medical Society, since 2003. Dr Berland is published extensively and is the principal investigator for several ongoing research trials. Dr. Berland is also the host of the “Vascular Surgery Show” on Sirius/XM’s Doctor Radio (Channel 110), which airs live bi-weekly on Fridays from 6-8am.

Dr. Berland obtained his degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 2003 and completed his General Surgery residency at Mayo Clinic in 2008, where, as Chief Resident, he was awarded a patent for a unique minimally invasive technique that can be used in different procedures over a wide range of surgical subspecialties.

Dr. Berland decided to pursue a fellowship in Vascular Surgery when it became apparent that the field’s technology was rapidly advancing towards less invasive procedures, allowing patients to recover and return to their daily activities more quickly. Upon completing his fellowship at NYU’s Lagone Medical Center in 2010, Dr. Berland joined the faculty there and is currently the Director of Outpatient Vascular Interventions.

Dr. Berland speaks nationally and internationally. Click here to view Dr. Berland’s CV (resume).

Areas of Interest

Expert Work

Assessments, exams, reports, and opinions to lawyers, insurance companies, and product firms. Both defense and plaintiff side.



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Research

Conducting clinical research to evaluate medications, devices, and services/treatments.


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Media Appearances

Dr. Berland is the host of the Vascular Surgery Show on Doctor Radio (Sirius/XM channel 110. It’s recorded live every other Friday morning from 6-8am and is replayed on Friday afternoon from 4-6pm, Sunday from 4-6pm, and Tuesday from 2-4pm.

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Specialties



A diagnosis of vascular disease can be frightening. Knowing that you are in the hands of a meticulous and caring surgeon can help to put those fears to rest.

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Endovascular surgery is an innovative, less invasive procedure used to treat problems affecting the blood vessels, such as an aneurysm, which is a swelling or “ballooning” of the blood vessel.
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Lower extremity arterial disease occurs when substances in the blood called plaque build up in a leg artery, creating a blockage. This is a serious condition, because a lack of blood flow can result in chronic leg pain and, when the disease is advanced, open sores, and possibly amputation.
Angioplasty is used to widen areas within coronary arteries that have become narrowed. In this procedure, a thin flexible tube (catheter) which has a small inflatable balloon at the tip is positioned within the narrowed section of the artery. The balloon is inflated for a short period of time to push the plaque back against the wall of the artery so that blood can flow better.
Chronic venous insufficiency occurs when valves in the veins of the legs, which keep blood flowing toward the heart, stop working properly. It can cause aching, swelling, and cramping in the legs, as well as skin color changes and varicose veins.
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Deep vein thrombosis, also known as DVT, is a blood clot that forms in a vein, usually in a leg. Occasionally, a clot may form in the pelvis or an arm. Left untreated, it can lead to pulmonary embolism, a potentially life-threatening condition in which one or more blood clots break loose from a vein, travel through the bloodstream, and block blood flow in one or both lungs.
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A potentially life-threatening bulge in the aorta, the body’s largest artery. Treatment for an aortic aneurysm can include watchful waiting, medication, or surgery.
A cerebrovascular disease is a vascular disease of the cerebral circulation. Arteries supplying oxygen to the brain are affected resulting in one of a number of cerebrovascular diseases. Most commonly this is a stroke or mini-stroke and sometimes can be a hemorrhagic stroke.
If your kidneys fail, unless and until you have a successful kidney transplant, you will need dialysis therapy to clean and filter your blood

Additional specialties include:  Lymphedema, Renal and Mesenteric Arterial Disease, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Pelvic Congestion Syndrome