Dr. Rosenberg

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With over 25 years of experience practicing vascular surgery, Dr. Rosenberg has developed a clear expertise in the management of venous disease. Over the last 10 years, he has focused his professional career on the treatment of vein disorders and lymphedema. Beginning in 2000, when he and his partner introduced endovenous ablation (VNUS Closure) to the region, Dr. Rosenberg has been at the forefront in adopting new and progressive therapies to help his patients. He has taught on the national and international level, educating his peers on the best approach to venous disease.

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College: College: University of Michigan, 1975-1979
Medical School: Case Western Reserve University, 1979-1983
Residency: Surgery: Medical College of Virginia, 1983 – 1988
Fellowship: Vascular Surgery: Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1988-1989
Fellowship: Endovascular Surgery: Arizona Heart Hospital, 2000

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AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY
1989

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Fellow
American College of Surgeons

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Eastern Vascular Society

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American College of Phlebology

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Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society

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Society of Clinical Vascular Surgery

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6-18-2021

Four Tips For Traveling With Varicose Veins

Summer is here! As the weather warms and COVID-19 restrictions ease, people around the country are excited to go on new... MORE »

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5-3-2021

Why Are Frontline Workers More Likely to Get Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins are any veins that become twisted or enlarged, and usually occur in the legs. Painful symptoms include... MORE »

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