Recent Articles About Vein Health
Proposed Changes to IAC Vein Center Standards
The IAC programs for accreditation are dedicated to ensuring quality patient care and promoting health care and all support one common mission: Improving health care through accreditation®.
Dr. Kas's Journey to Venous Medicine
My journey into the field of venous and lymphatic disease started in residency. I spent a great deal of time considering the type of impact I hoped to have on my patients.
How To Care for Your Varicose Veins in the Winter
Understanding what impacts vein health during the winter can help you avoid some of the issues that will lead to more varicose vein problems.
Indoor Exercises That Can Help Your Varicose Veins
Exercise is good for healing varicose veins, but which ones are best? These 5 exercises are gentle on the veins and can be done at home.
What Causes Varicose Veins Around the Ankles?
Varicose veins develop not only on legs, but feet and ankles, too. Learn why varicose veins pop up on your feet and ankles and what you can do to stop the pain and swelling.
Tomato Slices Curing Varicose Veins Sadly Isn’t True
Can tomatoes really cure varicose veins? In this post, we'll debunk this common myth and detail some actual, medically-proven treatment options for varicose veins.
What Causes Spider Veins, Varicose Veins, and Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy?
Why varicose veins and hemorrhoids happen during pregnancy — and what you can do about it.
How Can I Stop My Varicose Veins from Getting Worse?
The day you first notice your varicose veins is the day you should start taking care of them. Here’s how and why.
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) Venous and Lymphatic Medicine Fellowship Largest in Country
Since the Fall of 2017, the program has graduated four VLM fellows and currently has four fellows in training. The program is currently accepting applications for four fellowship positions for the 2021-2022 graduating class. The prestigious 12-month program allows trainees to develop expertise in all aspects of non-invasive duplex scanning of the venous and arterial systems, the diagnosis and management of superficial and deep venous disorders, and all methods for treating chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), as well as an opportunity to consult and treat patients suffering from venous disorders like Pelvic Congestion Syndrome and May Thurner’s Syndrome. Fellows have a choice of training in New Jersey, Maryland, or Virginia.