206 Bergen Avenue
Kearny, NJ 07032
- 7:00AM - 3:30PM
- 7:00AM - 3:30PM
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The Center for Vein Restoration in Montclair-Kearny
The Center for Vein Restoration in Kearny has served the Montclair-Kearny community’s vein health needs for the past five years. In our spacious, modern office facility, our committed staff makes sure our patients are well-cared for and happy they came to us to treat their varicose veins and spider veins. In everything we do, we put our patients first.
We offer a full suite of minimally invasive procedures to eliminate varicose veins and spider veins. During your initial consultation, our staff will discuss treatment options that include sclerotherapy (for both varicose veins and spider veins), laser ablation, and radiofrequency ablation. Together, we’ll help you decide which procedure is right for you and develop an individualized treatment plan. Part of that plan includes preparing you for the day of your procedure and guiding you to a successful recovery so you can enjoy a life without painful varicose veins.
Our location at 206 Bergen Avenue is between Elm and Forest streets, and can be reached from Schuyler Avenue, Route 280, and Route 95. We are near West Hudson Park.
About Our Location in Montclair-Kearny
The Montclair-Kearny Center for Vein Restoration is approximately four miles from Newark and 11 miles from Manhattan. The surrounding area is home to several notable museums and parks. Among those sites is Branch Brook Park in Newark, where visitors can see a large collection of cherry blossom trees in bloom. Also located in Newark is the Newark Museum of Art, the state’s largest museum. The Montclair Art Museum houses art collections and hosts educational programs.
Meet Dr. Shevitz
Dr. David Shevitz, MD, ABEM, DABVLM, came to the Center for Vein Restoration after serving in hospitals across the country as an emergency medicine doctor. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania and medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, he went on for post-graduate training at St. Vincent Hospital in Toledo, Ohio.
With his training complete, Dr. Shevitz practiced at Boca Raton Regional Hospital in Boca Raton, Florida, and the Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, West Virginia. At the Charleston Area Medical Center, he served as assistant clinical professor of emergency medicine and medical director of the HealthNet Aeromedical helicopter program.
After specializing in emergency medicine for 17 years, Dr. Shevitz switched his specialty to venous diseases and the treatment of varicose veins. “It was appealing to know that with this career change my patients would consistently experience positive, rewarding outcomes,” he says. “I am glad to say that my experience treating veins over the past eight years has substantiated the benefits of this career change.”
Dr. Shevitz says the painless, minimally invasive surgical techniques used today can greatly improve his patients’ quality of life. “I am comfortable treating the entire range of vein disease, from the smallest spider vein to the large ropey varicosities that can even lead to ulcerations of the lower leg,” he says. “What I specialize in is treating the apprehensive patient. The office environment is friendly; we engage the patients and make them feel comfortable. This, in turn, reduces the patient’s anxiety and makes for a more pleasant experience.”
Dr. Shevitz is board certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, and the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He is a member of the American Vein and Lymphatic Society and the American Medical Association.