Vascular Surgery


Our vein center provides state of the art treatment with the convenience and comfort of an office setting. In addition to being a member of the American College of Phlebology, we have extensive experience treating the manifestations of venous insufficiency including varicose veins, spider veins, venous ulcerations, and deep venous thrombosis.

Venous Procedures Offered in the Vein Center

Venous Duplex Imaging: The painless viewing of the leg or arm veins to determine the location and severity of the venous disease. This is performed in our office center as a roadmap to suggest the best treatment.
Radio Frequency (RF) Ablation With Tumescent Anesthesia: this is an advanced technique for the non- surgical closure of dilated, aching superficial veins. This is so well tolerated that it can be performed easily in the comfort of our office clinic.
Ambulatory Phlebectomy: this surgical technique involves the removal of prominent superficial veins through very small incisions. This is also typically performed in the comfort and convenience of our office clinic.
Sclerotherapy: the elimination of unsightly clusters of tiny veins (spider veins) which are commonly found on the legs.
Compression Therapy: This involves the temporary or permanent use of custom-fitted stockings to relieve the discomfort and swelling associated with varicose veins. It may also include the application of a medicated wrap (Unna boot) to hasten the healing of venous stasis ulcerations (pressure ulcerations of the skin about the ankles and calves).

In addition to the venous procedures, we also have extensive experience with central venous access and temporal artery biopsies:
Central Venous Access: Including Port-a-caths, Groshong and triple lumen catheters to provide direct access to large veins either temporarily or permanently for the administration of medicine, blood or nutrition.
Temporal Artery Biopsy: The removal of a small artery to determine if it is involved by a disease, that if untreated, could lead to blindness (temporal arteritis).