Find A Vein Specialist

Physician Finder

  1. Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists: Libertyville

    900 Technology Way
    Suite 230
    Libertyville, IL, 60048
    1-847-577-5814
  2. Palm Vein Center

    16944 W. Bell Rd.
    Suite 603
    Surprise, AZ, 85374
    1-623-201-4777
  3. Surgical Specialists of Ocala

    1920 SW 20th place, #100
    Ocala, FL, 34471
    1-352-237-1820
  4. UAB Vein Clinic

    1201 11th Avenue South Birmingham, AL, 35205
    1-205-996-8346
  5. UC Davis Vascular Center

    4860 Y Street
    Suite 2100
    Sacramento, CA, 95817
    1-916-734-3800
  6. Albert Vein Institute

    9400 Station St., #200
    Lone Tree, CO, 80124
    1-888-550-8346
  7. Vein Atlanta

    1100 Johnson Ferry Rd. NE
    Suite 165
    Atlanta, GA, 30342
    1-404-720-8080
  8. Peoria Vein Center

    8600 Illinois 91
    Peoria, IL, 61615
    1-309-495-0240
  9. Tri-State Vein Center

    505 Cedar Cross Road
    Suite A
    Dubuque, IA, 52003
    1-563-583-8346
  10. Vein Clinic of Greater Kansas City

    4400 W. 109th
    Suite 150
    Overland Park, KS, 66211
    1-913-541-3377
  11. O’Donnell Vein & Laser Annapolis

    166 Defense Highway
    Suite 101
    Annapolis, MD, 210401
    1-877-461-1564
  12. Mass General Vein Care – Stoneham

    21 Montvale Avenue
    Stoneham, MA, 02180
    1-781-438-8117
  13. The Rane Center

    971 Lakeland Drive
    Suite 401
    Jackson, MS, 39216
    1-601-939-4230
  14. Vein Clinics of Lake County

    7580 Auburn Rd.
    Concord, OH, 44077
    1-440-352-2702
  15. Triangle Vein Clinic

    115 Crescent Commons Dr.
    #200
    Cary, NC, 27518
    1-919-851-5055
  16. Lakeshore Veins and Wellness

    1361 W. Towne Square Rd.
    Mequon, WI, 53092
    1-262-241-3999
  17. Vein Center Houston

    5585 Wesleyan
    Houston, TX, 77005
    1-713-349-8346
  18. Memphis Vein Center

    6005 Park Avenue
    Suite 225-b
    Memphis, TN, 38119
    1-901-767-6765
  19. Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists: Arlington Heights

    1614 W Central Rd
    #100
    Arlington Heights, IL, 60005
    1-847-577-5814
  20. New Horizon Center for Cosmetic Surgery

    9843 Gross Point Road
    Skokie, IL, 60076
    1-847-674-4646
  21. Medical Specialists of Palm Beach

    101 JFK Dr.

    Atltantis , FL, 33462
    1-561-357-2020
  22. The Center for Venous Disease: Glendale, AZ

    6320 West Union Hills, Bldg. A
    Suite 140 Glendale, AZ, 85308
    623-435-8346
  23. The Center for Venous Disease: Gilbert, AZ.

    2557 S. Val Vista Drive
    Suite 101 Gilbert, AZ, 85259
    480-917-7546
  24. The Center for Venous Disease: Tucson, AZ

    NW Hospital Medical Plaza
    Suite 300 Tucson, AZ, 85704
    520-742-9062
  25. The Center for Venous Disease: Santa Fe, NM

    490-B West Zia Road
    Suite 1 Santa Fe, NM, 87505
    915-533-5100
  26. The Center for Venous Disease: El Paso, TX

    1700 Murchison Drive
    Suite 211 El Paso, TX,
    915-533-5100

Vein Specialists

While varicose veins, spider veins, and venous stasis are quite common, effective treatment is still a specialized form of medicine. If you are concerned about your spider veins or varicose veins, you should consider seeing a local vein specialist. The Ultimate Vein Guide wants you to not only find the right professional but also give you some things to look for in a vein specialist.

Who provides treatment for varicose veins and spider veins?

In the United States, any licensed physician can legally provide treatments for venous disease. However, only a few types of physicians specialize in varicose vein treatment and the treatment of chronic venous disease. These professionals are collectively referred to as vein specialists.

Because of their residency and fellowship training, vein specialists are more likely to practice specific medical specialties. Vein specialists are often:

  • Vascular surgeons
  • General surgeons
  • Plastic surgeons
  • Interventional cardiologists
  • Interventional radiologists

Vein specialists may also be phlebologists. Phlebology is the highly specialized field of vein diseases and treatment. In the United States, these professionals will be diplomates of the American College of Phlebology. Lastly, some vein specialists will also hold either the RVT or RPVI credentials. RVT  stands for Registered Vascular Technologist, while RPVI stands for Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation.

What to Look for in a Vein Specialist

If you are considering sclerotherapy, laser vein treatment, ablation, or surgery, it is essential to find a vein specialist with an MD or DO degree and licensed to practice medicine. Board certification is also a reliable indicator of academic achievement in a provider’s given specialty.

One of the most important things to look for in a vein specialist is-experience. Find out how long the vein doctor has been treating veins. Most vein treatment procedures are technically straightforward, but errors, incomplete treatment, complications, and adverse events are possible. Online reviews can be one of your most powerful tools in finding a vein doctor to perform your vein treatment. Another great way to help choose a vein specialist is to see examples of the physician’s work (e.g., before and after photos). However be aware, that a physician will choose their most successful cases to show to potential clients.

Perhaps the most useful way to find a qualified vein specialist is to get a referral from a family doctor or friend. They are usually the best source for quality vein specialists in your area. Lastly, meet for a free consultation, if possible. You can judge a lot about a professional just by meeting with him or her. Trust your instincts and don’t be afraid to get a second opinion from another vein specialist.