Courtney Morgan, MD

  • Vascular Surgery
Courtney Morgan, MD


Courtney Morgan, MD, is a UW Health vascular surgeon. She’s also an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in the Division of Vascular Surgery.

Dr. Morgan treats people with disorders involving the arteries and veins that can cause pain, numbness and swelling. These issues include hardening of the arteries, blockages, aneurysms (bulging in the artery wall), poor blood circulation and venous insufficiency (poor blood flow in the leg veins).

To repair damaged blood vessels, Dr. Morgan performs open surgery or uses advanced minimally invasive techniques. She works to restore blood flow, reduce stroke risk and prevent aneurysm rupture. Her treatments help to heal wounds, reduce pain or improve the appearance of legs with bad veins.

As a researcher, Dr. Morgan is looking for better ways to diagnose and treat athletes with vascular problems. These issues include pinched blood vessels or nerves that cause pain and limit the athlete’s ability to run or play high-level sports. She also studies ways to improve teaching methods for medical students.

During her free time, Dr. Morgan enjoys endurance sports, marathons, triathlons and long-distance cycling.

I use creative solutions and advanced procedures to treat my patients’ vascular problems, help them feel better and return to their lives.

Languages spoken
  • English
University affiliation

Education & credentials

Board certifications
  • Vascular Surgery
Medical School
  • University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Research Fellowship, Vascular Surgery, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL

  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL
  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL

Areas of expertise

  • Aortic aneurysm
  • Compartment Release Procedure
  • Compartment Syndrome
  • Limb Preservation
  • Sclerotherapy for Veins
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  • Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
  • Vascular surgery
  • Vein care
  • Venous Disease