Jefferson University Hospitals

Raynaud's Phenomenon

While the exact cause of Raynaud's phenomenon is unknown, it is a condition that is often treated by several specialty areas, cardiology, rheumatology and dermatology. Specialists within Jefferson's Vascular Center and Scleroderma Center will help you manage this disease and enhance ways to increase blood flow through behavior changes such as smoking cessation and medical treatments that are available to prevent blood vessels from constricting.

Jefferson employs an integrated approach that also combines the expertise of specialists in internal medicine, interventional cardiology, radiology and vascular surgery. Our team of physicians, nurses and pharmacists will coordinate your care and provide personalized consultations and follow-up visits.