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At FryeCare Specialty Center, our team offers a friendly atmosphere where patients will experience quality care that is compassionate and individualized to each patient we serve. The center offers a range of skilled doctors including a vascular surgeon, physical rehabilitation physician (physiatrist) and infectious disease specialist dedicated to your unique healthcare needs.
The vascular center offers care of arterial and vascular conditions, beginning with thorough diagnosis techniques including angiography, ultrasound and doppler-assisted methods. We also provide a range of treatments such as aortic endovascular stent grafting, angioplasty, and care for carotid artery disease, deep vein thrombosis, diabetic foot disorders and more. Whenever possible, our experienced surgeon employs an endovascular or minimally invasive approach to surgery so that patients may benefit from a quicker recovery time and faster healing with less pain and scarring.
In addition, we believe in a collaborative approach to vascular and arterial care. When patient’s treatment requires care from additional specialty physicians, we believe in a collaborative approach – coordinating and openly communicating with specialists and subspecialists as needed for each patient’s complete care.
Frye Regional's Inpatient Rehabilitation Center offers patients that have been hospitalized an opportunity to recover through physical, occupational and speech therapy. The rehabilitation team is led by a medical director, Dr. Josh Brown, who is specialized in physical medicine. The center also provides experienced therapists, and specialized nurses that provide care in a family-oriented environment.
Infectious disease (ID) specialists have expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. Infections can be serious and are often caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. ID physicians have extensive knowledge about various antibiotic treatments and are aware of many potential adverse effects that may occur during the course of treatment.