About Todd L. Berland
My pediatrician influenced my initial curiosity about the field of medicine. During medical school, however, I was quickly drawn to surgery. I decided to focus on vascular surgery when I realized, firsthand, how the field’s technology was rapidly advancing and becoming less invasive, which can help patients recover and return to their daily activities more quickly.
I’ve always considered myself to be forward thinking and innovative. As a surgery resident, I was the first to develop a minimally invasive technique that could be used for many different procedures in a wide range of surgical subspecialties. I pride myself on thinking outside the box and am constantly looking for ways to refine common procedures, so that they are safe and as minimally invasive as possible.
In addition to diagnosing and treating people with venous disease, aortic disease, thoracic disease, and other conditions, I connect with my patients and try to relate to them on a personal level, so I know what they’re going through. My patients can contact me anytime, day or night, and I work hard to be “available, affable, and able”—the three “A’s” of surgery.
Todd L. Berland Conditions and Treatments
arterial stent, pelvic congestion, renal stent, stent placement, varicose vein, angioplasty, aortic aneurysm, thoracic aortic aneurysm, thoracic outlet syndrome, thoracic disease,
- Vascular & Interventional Radiology
- Vascular Surgery