Welcome to Advanced Vein Care Center!
Dr. Lee is an authoritative source for the proper diagnosis and treatment of vein disease, certified by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography. He is both a Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) and a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI), which certify Dr. Lee’s ability to personally perform vascular ultrasounds and interpret the results during his treatments. Vascular ultrasound is critical to the success of most vein procedures.
Dr. Lee has performed over ten thousand ambulatory vein procedures. Excellent clinical outcomes are the central focus of Dr. Lee and his staff. Other providers at the Advanced Vein Care Center included one certified Surgical Physician Assistant, two dedicated ultrasonographers and three clinically experienced Medical Assistants. Supported by our caring administrative staff, we have well over 100 combined years of experience in caring for surgical patients. Let us ease your concerns!
Upcoming Vein Screening Dates
We’re looking forward to seeing you at our upcoming Vein Screening:
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Call for your appointment today!!!
The best way to determine the cause of the varicose veins is by the performance of a ultrasound by a skilled sonographer. It is equally important that the ultrasound be properly interpreted. Dr. Rayman, who is an interventional radiologist with expertise in the performance and interpretation of ultrasound, takes pride in making sure that the correct diagnosis is made.
Once the underlying abnormal vein is identified, it might be treated in any of a number of different ways, including Endovenous Laser Ablation, Radiofrequency Ablation, Mechanical-Pharmaceutical Ablation and Sclerotherapy. In addition, the varicose veins themselves may be treated by microphlebectomy or sclerotherapy.
Treatment choice is dependent upon the particular patient’s appearance, symptoms, motivations and desires.
Understanding Vein Care
Your Vein Health
A whole spectrum of leg pain and discomfort is caused by a condition called venous insufficiency, or reflux. Venous insufficiency is when blood in the veins flows in the reverse direction (away from the heart) due to gravity overcoming check valves inside the veins. Learn More