As an actively expanding organization, CVR has assembled the most qualified and experienced team of physicians, researchers, and staff to serve patients across our 70 + vein center locations in Alabama, Indiana, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Washington, D.C.
211 Park Hill Drive, Suite B
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The Vein Center Located in Fredericksburg
Just north of Fredericksburg Medical center and located next to Mary Washington Hospital and Pratt Medical Center, the Fredericksburg Center for Vein Restoration at 211 Park Hill Drive provides state-of-the-art treatment for varicose veins, spiders veins, and other venous insufficiency disorders. Patients can easily access Park Hill Drive via Hospital Drive. If you are driving northeast on Hospital Drive, Park Hill Drive will be on your left. Known for its many historical landmarks and high quality of medical care, Fredericksburg is famous for the Battle of Fredericksburg during the Civil War, where it sustained severe damage from Union looting and bombardment. The Mary Washington Hospital and the University of Mary Washington are named after George Washington’s mother, Mary Washington. Kenmore, a historic district near Fredericksburg, is home to the plantation mansion of Betty Washington, George Washington’s sister.
Meet Dr. Soto
A Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation, Dr. Theresa Soto has 21 years experience in the healthcare field and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynocologists. Since 2014, Dr. Soto has been treating patients with venous insufficiencies at Fredericksburg’s Center for Vein Restoration with compassion, skill, and expertise. She empathizes with her patients because she suffered painful, venous insufficiency symptoms for many years. “I urge anyone with venous insufficiency to seek treatment at our vein center”, she states. “These treatments are tolerable, low risk and quite simple with the laser-assisted technology we have today”.