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David Strosberg, MD

Vascular & Endovascular Surgery
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Patient type treated
Child, Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
From patients or physicians

Biography

David Strosberg, MD, MS, is a vascular surgeon who treats patients for conditions that affect the arteries and veins in all parts of the body (excluding inside the brain and the heart). He treats people of all ages for conditions that range from peripheral vascular disease to aortic aneurysms and dissections.

Dr. Strosberg was first introduced to the idea of a career in medicine when he worked in a pharmacy as an adolescent. Observing other physicians as part of his training, he realized how important it was to him to have relationships with his patients. “One of the things that I love about vascular is that patients become lifelong patients, so we really get to develop long-lasting relationships with them,” he says.

Vascular surgery is one of the newest fields in medicine, and endovascular surgery, a minimally invasive approach that uses small incisions, has revolutionized the field, Dr. Strosberg says. Depending on the situation, he performs minimally invasive and open surgeries, as well as a hybrid that combines the two. One of the most common conditions he treats is peripheral arterial disease, or lack of blood flow to either the legs or arms, brain, bowels and/or the kidneys, typically due to hardening and plaque build-up within the arteries. He also has a special interest in compression syndromes, including thoracic outlet syndrome (a group of disorders that involve vessel and/or nerve compression), which often goes unrecognized in young adults, including athletes, he says. “Many of these patients are young and have many years of life ahead of them. So, if we can identify and treat them early, we can offer them the best quality of life,” he says.

 

Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery (Vascular)

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital (2020)
  • Administrative Chief Resident
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (2018)
  • Resident
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (2018)
  • Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (2016)
  • MS
    Ohio State University, Medical Science (2016)
  • MD
    Upstate Medical University - State University of New York, Medicine (2012)
  • BS
    University at Albany - State University of New York, Biological Sciences (2008)

Additional Information

Biography

David Strosberg, MD, MS, is a vascular surgeon who treats patients for conditions that affect the arteries and veins in all parts of the body (excluding inside the brain and the heart). He treats people of all ages for conditions that range from peripheral vascular disease to aortic aneurysms and dissections.

Dr. Strosberg was first introduced to the idea of a career in medicine when he worked in a pharmacy as an adolescent. Observing other physicians as part of his training, he realized how important it was to him to have relationships with his patients. “One of the things that I love about vascular is that patients become lifelong patients, so we really get to develop long-lasting relationships with them,” he says.

Vascular surgery is one of the newest fields in medicine, and endovascular surgery, a minimally invasive approach that uses small incisions, has revolutionized the field, Dr. Strosberg says. Depending on the situation, he performs minimally invasive and open surgeries, as well as a hybrid that combines the two. One of the most common conditions he treats is peripheral arterial disease, or lack of blood flow to either the legs or arms, brain, bowels and/or the kidneys, typically due to hardening and plaque build-up within the arteries. He also has a special interest in compression syndromes, including thoracic outlet syndrome (a group of disorders that involve vessel and/or nerve compression), which often goes unrecognized in young adults, including athletes, he says. “Many of these patients are young and have many years of life ahead of them. So, if we can identify and treat them early, we can offer them the best quality of life,” he says.

 

Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery (Vascular)

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital (2020)
  • Administrative Chief Resident
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (2018)
  • Resident
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (2018)
  • Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (2016)
  • MS
    Ohio State University, Medical Science (2016)
  • MD
    Upstate Medical University - State University of New York, Medicine (2012)
  • BS
    University at Albany - State University of New York, Biological Sciences (2008)

Additional Information

  • Yale Physicians Building
    800 Howard Avenue
    New Haven, CT 06519
  • VA Connecticut Healthcare
    950 Campbell Avenue
    West Haven, CT 06516