744 W. Lancaster Avenue
Wayne, PA 19087
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Center for Vein Restoration in Wayne
The Center for Vein Restoration in Wayne focuses solely on the care and treatment of vascular disorders. If you have spider veins or varicose veins, our experienced staff can recommend and perform a minimally invasive procedure that will effectively reduce your discomfort and improve the appearance of your legs and feet.
For spider veins, visual and foam sclerotherapy, both of which use a safe sclerosant to close off the damaged vein, are the preferred methods of treatment. Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy can also be utilized to treat varicose veins. Other varicose vein treatments offered at the Center include laser or radiofrequency ablation and ambulatory phlebectomy.
We also offer cutting-edge therapies like VenaSeal. A relatively new treatment, VenaSeal uses a proprietary medical adhesive to shut off the clogged varicose vein. Once the damaged vein collapses, blood diverts to healthy veins and varicose veins diminish in appearance. All surgeries take place in our office, and patients return to their normal activities within hours.
Our office is located at W. Lancaster Avenue, just off of Old Eagle School Road. The Center for Vein Restoration in Wayne is one of four branches that serve residents of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Our other offices are in Horsham, Wayne, and Bensalem.
About Our Location in Wayne
Less than 20 miles from Philadelphia, Wayne is home to Valley Forge National Historical Park. Declared a national park in 1976, Valley Forge National Historical Park recreates the third winter encampment of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the preservation of historical buildings and museums. The park is visited by 1.2 million people each year, who can also trek on 26 miles of hiking and biking trails.
Meet Dr. Carabasi
Noted Philadelphia vascular surgery, Dr. Tony Carabasi III, MD, FACS, partnered with the Center for Vein Restoration in 2019. His previous positions included serving as chief vascular surgeon at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for 16 years. Before partnering with the Center for Vein Restoration in Wayne, Dr. Carabasi ran his own vein clinic, Advanced Vein & Vascular Center, Inc.
After attending Villanova University, Dr. Carabasi received his medical training at Jefferson Medical College. He served an internship in general surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, followed by a general surgery residency at Thomas Jefferson University and a vascular surgery fellowship at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia.
Cited by Philadelphia Magazine and Castle Connelly as a “Top Doc,” Dr. Carabasi shares his extensive knowledge of vascular surgery through published articles, lectures, and trainings. He continues to contribute to the field with numerous academic appointments on surgery, radiology, and vascular surgery. In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Carabasi has served on many hospital, medical college, national and regional committees, lending his expertise as chairman or president.
During his 20-year career, Dr. Carabasi has seen the innovations in vein treatments that improve his patients’ lives with less invasive therapies. “I’ve successfully treated patients from ages 15 to 85, he says. “The use of noninvasive vein treatments has been one of the most rewarding developments of my career as a vascular surgeon.”
Meet Dr. Kas
Throughout his education and career, Dr. Kas has been focused on outpatient medicine, education, and procedures. The intersection of those interests led him to a specialization in Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. In his role, Dr. Kas exclusively focuses on treating venous insufficiency, as well as the disorder's secondary conditions and symptoms.
After earning his Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition with Research Distinction from Ohio State University, Dr. Kay attended American University of Antigua to pursue his medical degree. He then returned to Ohio, this time to Northeast Ohio Medical University, to complete a Residency in Internal Medicine and then serve as a Clinical Instructor. After a Visiting Residency in Vascular Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, he followed his interest in interventional radiology and vascular medicine to the Center for Vein Restoration Venous and Lymphatic Medicine Program, the largest fellowship program of its kind in the country.
Most recently, Dr. Kas was awarded a Northeast Ohio Student Venture Fund grant for developing an auto-aspiration syringe of his design.