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Dr. Ricotta featured on ESPN West Palm 106.3 FM Radio

Dr. Joseph Ricotta was featured on ESPN West Palm 106.3 FM Radio during an interview discussing pulmonary embolism (PE), an ailment which forced Miami Heat great Chris Bosh to retire early, PAD disease, limb salvage, TCAR and VenaSeal for spider & varicose veins. Dr. Ricotta’s interview with Jeremy Marks Peltz, aka “JMP” on his “ESPN West Palm Tonight Show” aired Thursday evening.

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South Florida Hospital News: Delray Medical Center Becomes First Hospital in South Florida to Offer TCAR Procedure for Carotid Artery Disease

Delray Medical Center is the first in South Florida to treat carotid artery disease and prevent future strokes using a new procedure called TransCarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR). TCAR (tee-kahr) is a clinically proven, minimally invasive and safe approach for high surgical risk patients who need carotid artery treatment.

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Dr. Joseph J Ricotta MD, MS, FACS Performs First Robotic Peripheral Vascular Procedure in the U.S.

Dr. Joseph J Ricotta MD, MS, FACS Performs First TCAR in South Florida

Dr. Joseph J Ricotta MD, MS, FACS Performs First VenaSeal Procedure in Southeast United States

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"I was referred to Dr. Ricotta because he was the only doctor in the area who could fix my complex vascular problem with stents instead of surgery. The surgery went smoothly and after a short stay in the hospital I returned home. I never required any pain medication and my recovery was quick. Dr. Ricotta is a brilliant and compassionate doctor."

J.M.

 

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Aneurysms

An aneurysm is a ballooning or dilation of a blood vessel to more than 150% of its normal size. This is caused by damage to the lining ...

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Carotid Disease

Stroke, sometimes caused by Carotid Disease, is the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States with >750,000 new cases each year ...

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Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common circulatory problem that affects 12 million people in the United States. It occurs when plaque ...

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Venous Disease

Venous disease refers to all conditions caused by abnormal or diseased veins, usually involving veins in the legs or arms, but can also ...

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