Chronic Venous Hypertension | Chris' Patient Story
Chris N. is a 59-year-old male elementary school custodian who was worried about his progressive leg swelling and skin changes. He presented at the Oregon, Ohio location of Center for Vein Restoration.
Patient was diagnosed with chronic venous hypertension with pre-ulcerative changes. His varicose veins were worse in the right leg and his pre-ulcerative changes were worse in the left leg.
- Radiofrequency ablation of bilateral leg great saphenous vein (GSV)
- Phlebectomy of right leg varicose veins
- Ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy of refluxing tributaries in both legs
- Daily compression stocking use
After treatment with Dr. Deol, patient reports “My life has changed in that I wear shorts quite often now and have noticed reduced swelling in my ankles. My confidence has definitely increased in regard to how my legs now look.”
“I sought help for my legs because of the swelling of my ankles and how they looked. I was not comfortable with how the varicose veins looked when I wore shorts.
My experience with your office from the start. Let's see, I was very impressed with how thorough the initial exam was and how quick the process was from the moment I hit the door. I was immediately greeted by the front office and barely had the paperwork completed when they took me back for the initial exam. They answered all of my questions and put me at ease.”
About Dr. Deol
Zoe Deol, MD, FACS, DABVLM, is board certified in General Surgery and by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. She earned her medical degree from Michigan State University and completed her general surgery internship at the Cleveland Clinic. She then completed a six-year general surgery residency at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, MI. Dr. Deol went on to sub-specialize in laparoscopic bariatric surgery by completing a Fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago.
She is a member of the American Medical Society (AMA), American College of Surgeons (ACS), the American Society of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery (ASMBS), the American Professional Wound Care Association (APWCA), and the Michigan State Medical Society (MSMS).