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Dr. Christopher W. Pollock

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Vascular Surgery

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Premier Surgical Associates PLLC
1729 Midpark Drive Suite C-300
Knoxville , Tennessee 37921
United States

Company Description: Premier Surgical Associates is dedicated to providing quality surgical services and compassionate patient care through a cost-effective healthcare delivery system....   more

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  • MD
  • M.D.
  • B.S. , Vascular Surgery
    Vanderbilt University
  • medical degree
    University of Tennessee Health Science Center
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Long gone are hospital stays and ..., 5 Dec 2015 [cached]
Long gone are hospital stays and invasive surgical treatments, explains Dr. Christopher Pollock, a board-certified vascular surgeon at Knoxville's Premier Vein Clinics. Thanks to advancements in medical technology, most procedures require only a local anesthetic, take an hour or less, and have little or no side effects or downtime.
"Varicose veins are not just your grandmother's disease," says Dr. Pollock. Striking at any age, "many assume assume varicose veins are just part of aging and that treating them is merely a cosmetic issue." Dr. Christopher Pollock, Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Christopher Pollock, Vascular Surgeon
"The truth is, treating varicose veins is medically necessary, and the condition affects both men and women. It is best not to ignore, because treatment can be far more important than just being able to show off your legs again."
Varicose veins result from valves that are damaged or diseased and do not close properly. "Over time, varicose veins can result in pain and numbness, skin ulcers or even a serious blood clot," explains Dr. Pollock.
The board-certified vascular specialists at Premier Vein Clinics are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of spider and varicose veins and venous disease, and use their clinical experience to determine the best treatment option.
The success rate of treatment procedures is about 99 percent, says Dr. Pollock. "Vein treatment has never been easier.
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Premier Surgical Associates - PAD Treatment has Clinton Man Back on his Feet, 24 June 2013 [cached]
His doctor referred Lowe to Premier Surgical vascular surgeon Dr. Christopher Pollock of Parkwest Medical Center.
Dr. Pollock says PAD is a common vascular condition that affects many people over age 50.
In an outpatient procedure called an angioplasty performed at the Premier Surgical Vascular Center on Papermill Drive, Dr. Pollock used a tiny balloon to open the clogged artery in Lowe's right leg. He also placed a stent to keep the blood flowing.
Dr. Pollock is scheduled to do the procedure on Steve's left leg this week. He's looking forward to having the blood flow also restored in that leg. "I'm ready to get treated and then I'm going to go fishing," he smiles.
Premier Surgical Associates - Physicians - Christopher W. Pollock, 13 Jan 2014 [cached]
Christopher W. Pollock, MD, FACS Premier Surgical Associates - Physicians - Christopher W. Pollock
Christopher W. Pollock, MD, FACS
Christopher W. Pollock, MD, ..., 1 July 2012 [cached]
Christopher W. Pollock, MD, FACS
Christopher W. Pollock, MD, FACS
Dr. Pollock received his Bachelor of Science degree from Vanderbilt University and earned his M.D. at the University of Tennessee, Memphis. Following his residency at UT Memphis, he completed a vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Virginia. Pollock is board certified in general and vascular surgery and is a fellow in the American College of Surgeons. He has been with Premier Surgical Associates since 2003.
Christopher W. Pollock, ..., 29 May 2009 [cached]
Christopher W. Pollock, M.D., F.A.C.S. Premier Vascular Access & Imaging Center
An Arteriovenous Fistula (AVF) is a surgical connection of an artery to a vein, usually in the forearm or arm, created in patients requiring maintenance hemodialysis.
The renal community recognizes AVFs as the preferred vascular access. AVFs last longer, need less rework or repairs, and are associated with lower rates of infection, hospitalization and death.
"AVFs are the gold standard for vascular access," said Dr. Christopher Pollock, a vascular surgeon at Premier Vascular Access & Imaging Center in Knoxville.
Recognizing the benefits to patients, a nationwide industry initiative - Fistula First - was created in 2003 with the help of the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The campaign goal is for 66 percent of hemodialysis patients to have an AVF implant by 2009.
"I am pleased to report that Premier Surgical Associates far exceeded the Fistula First goal of 66 percent," said Pollock.
"Preventive care is a big priority," said Dr. Pollock.
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