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The Cardiovascular & Vein Center of Florida expert and compassionate doctors are ready to help you with services from varicose veins treatment to other vascular issues. With offices in Bradenton, Riverview, and Venice, Florida we can provide spider vein treatment and many other services in a vein treatment center that is close to you.
- Full service comprehensive vein care
- State of the art laser vein treatment< and sclerotherapy
- Practice dedicated to comprehensive management of Venous and Arterial disorders
The Laser and Vein Center is a one of a kind comprehensive treatment facility. All of our physicians are certified by the American Board of Phlebology. We are leaders in the advancement of vein conditions. Our ultrasound lab is accredited by the intersocietal commission of vascular laboratories. Our technicians are registered vascular technicians. The vascular medical director is a registered vascular physician, interpreter, registered vascular technician and certified by the board of phlebology. The qualifications and credentials of our physicians and staff exceed that of other vein centers.
Other credentials of our physicians include board certified cardiologist, international and national speakers and instructors, current president of the American College of Phlebology. Our doctors have extensive training and performed thousands of vein procedures. What makes The Cardiovascular & Vein Center of Florida different?
- Established cardiovascular practice since 1973
- Our doctors extensive credentials and experience:
- Thousands of endovenous procedures performed
- Participating in multiple clinical trials and publications
- Comprehensive vein treatments using the latest technology available
- Minimally invasive in-office procedures using only
- FDA-approved products
- ICAVL Certified Diagnostic Vascular Lab
- Participation in most Insurance Plans
About Vein Diseases<
The Laser and Vein Center doctors specialize in treating vascular vein diseases such as varicose vein disease. Veins, the blood vessels that carry blood from the body tissues and organs to the heart, are prone to a variety of disorders that affect nearly 60% people in the United States. Your chance of developing a vascular vein disease increases with age. About 1 in 3 people over 45 have vein disease, and this number increases to 1 in 2 for people over 50. If other members of your family have vein disease, there is a strong chance that you will too.
Swollen, twisted, and often painfully dilated veins, usually in the legs, are called varicose veins. Almost 13 million people suffer from varicose vein disease in the United States. This condition is caused by weakening of the blood vessel wall and malfunction of the valves within the veins. Varicose veins no longer contribute to returning blood to the heart. If left untreated, they can cause leg swelling, skin thickening, discoloration, and ulcerations that won’t heal. Learn more about varicose veins
While usually thought of as a cosmetic issue, millions of people are embarrassed by these clusters of red, blue, and purple threads visible just below the skin. Learn more about spider veins
Chronic Venous Insufficiency<
When the one-way valves in veins malfunction due to age, injury, or obstruction, the resulting condition is called chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). Without treatment, CVI often progresses so that symptoms worsen, skin breaks down, ulcers forms, and the patient becomes at a higher risk for developing deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism. Learn more about Chronic Venous Insufficiency
The Cardiovascular & Vein Center of Florida Vein Treatment <
The doctors at The Cardiovascular and Vein Center of Florida are specialists in non-invasive and minimally invasive treatment of vein disease. Most procedures are performed at our Bradenton or Riverview offices in Florida.
Treating disease in the superficial leg veins focuses on relieving symptoms and reducing your risk for developing complications. Conservative treatments for varicose veins, for example, rely on lifestyle change along with medical devices or drug therapy to control symptoms. Some treatment for spider veins focus on improving the appearance of spider veins and varicose veins. These treatments range from sclerotherapy and laser or ultrasonic energy to surgical removal of incompetent veins.
Conservative therapies are the first line of defense for preventing the existing disease from worsening and for controlling the symptoms of vein disease.
Sclerotherapy has long been the standard treatment for spider and varicose veins. Doctors at The Cardiovascular and Vein Center of Florida have performed thousands of sclerotherapy treatments to successfully eliminate problem veins. Learn more about sclerotherapy
Laser Vein Ablation<
New medical laser technology offers exciting tools for permanently eliminating diseased veins without surgery. At the Laser and Vein Center, our doctors are skilled with state-of-the-art laser devices to quickly close problem veins with a minimum of discomfort. Learn more about laser vein ablation
At the Laser and Vein Center, we can remove diseased veins in the privacy of our office using ambulatory phlebectomy. As a single treatment or in combination with other therapies, ambulatory phlebectomy achieves excellent results in removing large, tortuous veins from the legs. Learn more about ambulatory phlebectomy