Meet Mahmoud Samman, MD
Mahmoud Samman, MD, is a well-known vascular and interventional radiologist in Louisville, Kentucky. As the medical director of Vascular & Interventional Institute of Louisville, he specializes in Vascular and Interventional radiology and has served Kentuckian patients for more than 15 year biopsy to varicose veins treatments.
Dr. Samman completed his Vascular and interventional radiology fellowship at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City and the University of Tennessee in Memphis. Dr. Samman is board-certified in Radiology and fellowship-trained in Vascular and interventional radiology, he was an assistant professor at the University of Louisville (UofL) in Kentucky and served as the chief of Vascular and Interventional radiology at UofL. Many of his residency students are now practicing radiologists or interventional radiologists in the Louisville area.
Peripheral Vascular Disease
Million Americans have peripheral vascular disease (PVD), including conditions like peripheral artery disease (PAD), venous insufficiency, and deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Mahmoud Samman, MD, and the team at Vascular & Interventional Institute of Louisville diagnose and treat most types of PVD for patients living in and around Louisville, Kentucky.
Leg pain has a variety of potential causes ranging from peripheral artery disease (PAD) and venous insufficiency to sports injuries and herniated discs. Mahmoud Samman, MD, and the team at Vascular & Interventional Institute of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, use state-of-the-art interventional radiology services to diagnose and treat the root cause of your leg pain.
Ankle discoloration, also called stasis dermatitis, is a sign of venous disease. Mahmoud Samman, MD, and the team at Vascular & Interventional Institute of Louisville use state-of-the-art radiology services to diagnose and treat ankle discoloration and venous disease.
Approximately 700,000 Americans experience a spine fracture every year. At Vascular & Interventional Institute of Louisville, Mahmoud Samman, MD, and the team use state-of-the-art interventional radiology instruments and techniques to diagnose and treat all types of spine fractures.