10.04.13 Dr. Garth Rosenberg Varicose Veins

Vein Screening in Leesburg, Virginia

Our Virginia vein care center in Leesburg will host a vein screening on October 17, which is open to the public. One of the reasons we hold these periodic public screenings is there is a fair amount of uncertainty and confusion about the best options for patients with varicose veins and spider veins. Additionally, some patients have gone to one of the large national vein center chains and found that the high-pressure sales tactics are uncomfortable and unprofessional.

As trained vascular surgeons and diplomates of the American College of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, we've spent our careers treating circulatory issues and venous disease. We would encourage patients who are unsure about their varicose veins or spider veins to attend the screening so they can leave fully educated on the clinical significance of the problem.

A quick screening or an evaluation to discuss the significance of the venous insufficiency and possible treatment options is very attractive. We do not pressure patients to proceed with any intervention. This is a service to educate the public and inform the patients of the insurance coverage for venous disorders.

Serving the Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia region, Capitol Vein & Laser Centers is one of the busiest and most experienced comprehensive vein centers in the nation. Dr. McNeill and I introduced the VNUS Closure procedure to the mid-Atlantic region in 2001 and have hosted visiting physicians interested in learning advanced vein therapy. We have both spoken nationally and internationally, and continue to be consulted on difficult cases from around the country.

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