Advanced Vascular Laboratory & Surgery
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Advanced Vascular Laboratory & Surgery is located in Fayetteville, North Carolina. We are independently owned and operated company that has over 34 years of experience as physician, surgeons and care givers. Our staff is board certified and are focused on maintaining your health. Procedures for Cancer Prevention
We are experts in:
* Bariatric Surgery
* Weight Loss - Get if Off, Keep it Off
* Pediatric Surgery
* Vascular Surgery
* General Surgery
Morbid obesity is at epidemic proportions. Dr. Carter has been helping patients in the North Carolina area battle this condition since 1976, by providing bariatric surgical procedures. With Dr. Carter's help patients are able to achieve a healthy weight and reduce chances of illness from morbid obesity.
Dr Carter and his staff are dedicated to helping patients achieve and maintain weight loss success. The staff is instrumental in providing the support that the patient will need before, during, and after surgery.
Dr. Paul Carter, a physician and surgeon, has been providing medical and surgical care to the citizens of North Carolina since 1976. Dr. Carter received his Medical Degree from the Howard University College of Medicine in 1969. His internship and general surgical residency were completed at Freedmen's Hospital in Washington DC. Before entering private practice Dr. Carter served as an instructor of surgery at the Howard University Hospital for one year. Dr Carter has been in private surgical practice since 1975. Initially he began his practice in Baltimore, Maryland and in 1976 he relocated to Fayetteville, North Carolina, where he currently resides. Dr. Carter has admitting privileges at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center and High Smith - Rainey Memorial Hospital in General, Thoracic, Vascular, Pediatric, and Laser Surgery.
About Bariatric Surgery:
Bariatric surgery alters the digestive system by changing the size of your stomach, the length of your small intestine, or both. The goal is to limit how much food is eaten or absorbed. During the surgery, the stomach's size is reduced, thus allowing the patient to only eat small meals. Part of the small intestine may also be bypassed. This makes the patient absorb less of the food that is eaten. These changes let the body use excess fat for energy. As a result of this excess weight is lost. For the surgery to work, a change in diet and lifestyle will have to occur. In most cases, the surgery is not reversible. So if considering surgery a potential patient should learn all that they can about the surgery before deciding to have it done.
Advanced Vascular and Dr Paul Carter also perform;
Vein Study and Leg Pain
Laparoscopic Gallbladder Repair
Cerebral Vascular Elvalatuations and Stoke Prevention
State of the Art in Vascular and Abdominal Ultra-sound
Arterial Studies and Diabetic Foot Care
Our goal is to provide our patients with a thorough exam, professional service, and expert advice from start to finish. We pride ourselves on our quality, but most importantly our commitment to our patients . Let our years of medical experience work for you.
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