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Dr. Matthew Campbell

Dr. Matthew CampbellDr. Matthew Campbell is originally from Long Island, New York. He completed his Vascular Surgery training in 1997 at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.  Dr. Campbell earned his Bachelor’s Degree from State University of New York at Stony Brook.  He received his Medical degree from Guadalajara University. Dr. Campbell completed his General Surgery Training at Brooklyn Hospital Center in Brooklyn, New York in 1992.  He completed his Vascular Surgery training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas in 1998.  Dr. Campbell strongly believes that, in caring for the patient, the goal is to provide the best outcomes, and to use minimally invasive techniques and procedures whenever possible. He is board certified in Vascular Surgery and his interests include:  Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms, Carotid Artery Disease, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Varicose Veins and Hemodialysis Access.

As a vascular surgeon, Dr. Campbell sees many patients with complaints of leg pain.  Leg pain may be due to varicose veins or peripheral artery disease (PAD), or other non-vascular causes.  Dr. Campbell is a specialist with expertise in treating both arterial and vein diseases of the lower extremities, as well as in evaluating for non-vascular causes.  Dr. Campbell recommends minimally invasive treatments whenever possible, for PAD.  Treatments including balloon angioplasty, laser atherectomy, orbital atherectomy, and stenting, can all be done in the office setting.  For patients with severe arterial disease of the lower extremities, a surgical bypass (femoral-popliteal or femoral-tibial), may be the best treatment option to improve blood flow to the legs,  and Dr. Campbell has performed several hundred of these procedures, with excellent results.  Dr. Campbell also sees many patients with varicose veins, and most are treated with minimally invasive procedures, that have little down time and a fast recovery.  South Valley Vascular recommends RFA vein ablation and injection sclerotherapy for treatment of symptomatic and cosmetic veins. Both of these procedures can be done in the office setting with little down time and fast recovery.

Dr. Campbell moved to Visalia to practice Vascular Surgery in 2005.  He was joined by Dr. Omar Araim in 2007.  In 2011, they became South Valley Vascular and formalized their partnership.  They were joined by Dr. Mack in 2013.  Dr. Campbell enjoys living in Visalia and taking care of patients in the Southern San Joaquin Valley.  Dr. Campbell is married and has two children, both in college.  His interests include flying, and he is an avid baseball fan.  He is also an outdoorsman who enjoys fishing, hiking and camping in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.