Tel 503-648-0731 ~ Fax 503-640-2747

& Center for Vein Therapy

Hillsboro Cardiology

Masters of Public Health

Fellow of the American College of Cardiology

Fellow of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions

          His focus at Hillsboro Cardiology and Institute for Vein Therapy is endovascular treatment of coronary, peripheral vascular and venous disease. He has a special interest in limb salvage and amputation prevention in patients with severe peripheral arterial disease and critical limb ischemia, believing that amputation rates due to arterial insufficiency in the northwest remain far too high, and that aggressive efforts to restore blood supply to threatened limbs is necessary to reduce amputation rates. Additionally, he believes that superficial venous disease, a widespread cause of morbidity and disability, has also been vastly under treated in our population. He is committed to continuous expansion of services to the Washington County population to address these needs, and to continuous education to improve and optimize treatment techniques.

          He is originally from Orange County, California. His personal interests center on his family (wife Laura and three children), fitness, reading, music, travel, chocolate, evenings around the fire pit, and a probably unhealthy obsession with surfing at every opportunity.

          Dr. Daniel Isenbarger relocated to Hillsboro after serving 16 years on active duty in the US Army. He trained in Internal Medicine, General Cardiology and Public Health at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the Uniformed Services University, and in Interventional Cardiology at Johns Hopkins University Hospital. His military experience includes laboratory studies in malaria immunology at the Army Institute of Research in Washington DC, epidemiological studies of enteric infections at the Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences in Bangkok and the Pasteur Institute in Hanoi, and cholera vaccine field trials in Bangladesh. He has authored multiple research publications in the fields of infectious disease, epidemiology and in cardiovascular medicine. He has an interest in tropical medicine, and provided refugee health care with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees first arrival camps in Palawan and Bataan, Philippines. He deployed with the "Screaming Eagles" 101st Airborne Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom as a battalion surgeon.

Daniel W. Isenbarger, MD

545 SE Oak St Suite C, Hillsboro, OR 97123 ~ Tel 503-648-0731 ~ Fax 503-640-2747

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