Our physicians are board-certified experts specializing in vascular medicine and endovascular procedures
Dr. Sreejit Nair
 
Sreejit Nair, MD is board-certified in vascular medicine/vascular interventional radiology/endovascular procedures. He specializes in minimally-invasive treatment of vascular diseases.
 
Dr. Nair received his medical training at the Cornell University Weill College of Medicine. After graduating from medical school, he completed 6 additional years of post graduate training at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center including specialty training in vascular interventional radiology.
 
Since graduating medical school, Dr Nair has 10 years of post-graduate experience including 5 years in private and academic practice. His primary objective is to provide safe, effective, and compassionate care for patients affected by vascular diseases using the latest minimally invasive treatments. 
He is Assistant Adjunct Professor at Campbell University and is engaged in mentoring medical students. He holds a patent for a vascular biomedical device innovation and other patents pending and remains involved with developing new technologies. He is actively engaged in research and has multiple publications in the field of vascular medicine.

 

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Dr. Ashwani Sastry
Dr. Ashwani “Ash” Sastry is an interventional cardiologist with extensive experience in the treatment of peripheral arterial disease, critical limb ischemia, and venous disease as well as cardiovascular disease.  He is triple board certified in cardiovascular diseases, interventional cardiology, and endovascular medicine.  He completed his cardiology training at the Duke University Medical Center, where he won the Walter Floyd Fellowship “Best Fellow of the Year” award.  He completed his training in interventional cardiology and endovascular intervention at the Center for Interventional and Vascular Therapy at Columbia University. He returned to Duke University as Assistant Professor of Medicine in Cardiology where he taught interventional cardiology trainees at the Duke University Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and single-handedly built a program for limb salvage and the treatment of critical limb ischemia at a Duke Lifepoint Hospital.  He has worked extensively with the FDA office of device evaluation in providing advice and recommendations on the safety and effectiveness of novel vascular and cardiac devices.  He holds multiple patents for vascular and cardiac devices.