Dr. Sai M. Kottapalli, DO, RPVI
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Dr. Sai M. Kottapalli completed his undergraduate education from University of Toronto in Human Biology in 2011. He then went on to obtain his Masters in medical sciences from Boston University School of Medicine in 2013. He then completed his medical degree from University of New England COM, Maine in 2017. He was then accepted to the direct Integrated Vascular Surgery residency program at University of Buffalo. Dr. Kottapalli joins Vegas Vascular Specialties after 5 years of training in Vascular Surgery.
He is a member of Society of Vascular Surgery, Eastern Vascular Surgery, Society of Clinical Vascular Surgery and American Venous Forum.
Dr. Kottapalli has actively participated in several research studies during residency and has presented at several conferences including EVS and SCVS, including publication in JVS. His vascular interests include complex endovascular limb salvage for tissue loss, chronic venous thromboembolism, carotid and aneurysmal disease.
Dr. Kottapalli is certified to perform the minimally invasive Transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR) procedure to treat carotid disease. He is also certified in treating aneurysmal disease using various minimally invasive endografts including Gore, Endologix, Medtronic and Cook. Dr. Kottapalli participated in the Gore conformable AAA as well as the thoracic branch study for thoracic aneurysms.
Dr. Kottapalli prides himself in a patient centered approach to treatment of vascular disease. His services include diagnosis, surveillance and treatment of vascular pathology using both endovascular and open techniques.
Dr. Kottapalli was raised in Toronto, Canada and is a native of India. He speaks Hindi and Telugu fluently. Dr. Kottapalli has moved to Las Vegas with his wife who is a primary care physician and they hope to establish long term relationships with their patients for the foreseeable future.