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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.

Types of Vein Conditions

There are two primary types of vein conditions—both of which are indicative of some level of underlying venous insufficiency. Spider veins are tangled groups of tiny blood vessels just under the skin’s surface that resemble spider webs, hence their name. Typically, they are red, blue or purple and are clearly visible on the thighs, lower legs and face. Varicose veins tend to be larger in diameter and are visibly bumpy or rope-like. Both types of vein conditions can produce physical symptoms—from leg pain and fatigue to itching, burning and nighttime restlessness. Only a comprehensive ultrasound scan can reveal what truly lies beneath your skin.

What are spiders veins?

Spider veins are tangled groups of tiny blood vessels just under the skin’s surface that resemble spider webs or tree branches. Typically, they are red, blue or purple and are clearly visible on the thighs, lower legs and face.

Common symptoms include:

  • uncomfortable feeling in the legs
  • swelling
  • rash
  • throbbing, cramping or aching
  • restless legs
  • itching around the veins
  • skin ulcers
Spider veins

What are varicose veins?

Often painful and unsightly, varicose veins are visibly bumpy or rope-like and may occur in almost any part of the leg—most often in the back of the calf or on the inside of the leg between the groin and the ankle. Varicose veins can be sometimes be debilitating, limit a person’s mobility, and affect their quality of life.

Common symptoms include:

  • leg pain
  • aching, or cramping
  • fatigued or heavy-feeling legs
  • itching/burning
  • swollen ankles
  • restless legs
  • ulcers (in severe cases)
Varicose veins
Doctor inspecting legs

Don't Worry,
You're Not Alone

40 Million
Americans
have venous insufficiency, yet only 1.9 million seek vein treatment each year.
41%
of Women
Will suffer from varicose veins by age 50.
42%
of Men
Have some form of venous insufficiency by age 60.

Complimentary Physician Visits

This is the perfect opportunity to meet our physicians, as well as their teams of vein care specialists, to answer your questions about spider vein treatment, varicose vein treatment and other vein treatment options.

Meet our Physicians

All of us at Center for Vein Restoration would like to thank you for choosing our team to meet your healthcare needs. It is our privilege to see you and we wish to reassure you that our expert team of physicians and support staff will do all they can to make sure you have the best experience possible! To learn more about our physicians, please click here.

Board Certifications:
Emergency Medicine
Medical Schools:
The George Washington University School of Medicine
Professional Associations:
University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency Program
““The decision to have my career path merge with the treatment of venous insufficiency came after a family member received treatment for this same medical condition. My mother-in-law had long suffered with not only unsightly varicose veins, but pain and swelling in both of her legs as well. She had been told by several physicians that there was nothing more that could be done for her condition and that she would have to make the most of her situation. That was until she met the doctors at Center for Vein Restoration. They helped her to believe that a new reality was possible and after completing an aggressive treatment plan she was able to see her new reality firsthand. Her legs began to feel lighter, less painful, and more attractive at the same time. The procedures that were performed to correct her venous insufficiency made a dramatic change in her life. Having seen this change I decided to investigate this career.””
Board Certifications:
American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography, American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine
Medical Schools:
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri
Professional Associations:
Associate Clinical Professor at Georgetown University Medical School, American Osteopathic Association, Diplomate of the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine
“I specialize in quick and painless procedures that ensure the best outcomes for my patients and, when necessary, treating ulcers – the highest level of expertise in vascular access.”
Board Certifications:
Venous Disease
Medical Schools:
University of Maryland Medical School
Professional Associations:
GBMC, Baltimore
““I’m interested in increasing awareness of this common disease. Participating in providing treatment to people suffering from this under diagnosed and under appreciated disease.””
Board Certifications:
Emergency Medicine
Medical Schools:
University of Louisville (Louisville, KY), Residency at York-Pennsylvania State-Hershey Emergency Medicine Program (York, Pennsylvania)
Professional Associations:
Vietnam Assistance for the Handicapped, American Vein and Lymphatic Society, American Board of Emergency Medicine, Mission of Mercy free clinic (Germantown, MD)
“My career in the treatment of venous insufficiency started when I saw how happy most venous patients are after going through the treatment process”
Board Certifications:
Thoracic Surgery
Medical Schools:
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Professional Associations:
American College of Chest Physicians, Society of Thoracic Surgeons
“My specialty within the field of venous disease is applying surgical techniques of tissue handling to remove bulging varicose veins”
Board Certifications:
General and Vascular Surgery
Medical Schools:
Hahnemann Univeristy, Boston Univeristy
Professional Associations:
The Society for Vascular Surgery, American Venous Forum Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, American Medical Association, National Medical Association, Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society
“Dr. Michael Malone, MD graduated from Boston University and received his medical degree from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.”
Board Certifications:
American Board of Surgery
Medical Schools:
Columbia University
Professional Associations:
American College of Surgeons
““I initially became interested in venous disease during my time working with patients with chronic wounds. I found that treating the underlying venous disease was paramount in getting the wound to heal.””
Medical Schools:
Drake University (Des Moines, IA), University of Health Sciences (Kansas City, MO), Internship and Residency at Johns Hopkins/Sinai Hospital (Baltimore, MD)
Professional Associations:
Board Member, Athletes Serving Athletes, Emergency Medicine, Northwest Hospital Center
“Dr. Harlan sits on the Board of Directors of Athletes Serving Athletes, a non-profit organization that helps mentally and physically challenged children.”
Board Certifications:
Cardiovascular Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, General Surgery
Medical Schools:
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship, University of Maryland School of Medicine, General Surgery Residency , University of Maryland School of Medicine, Internship, University of Maryland School of Medicine, MD, University of Maryland at College Park, Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
Professional Associations:
Diplomate, American Board of Thoracic Surgery, Diplomate, American Board of Surgery, Member, The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Member, CTSnet, Member, American Medical Association, Member, American Vein & Lymphatic Society
Board Certifications:
Vascular Surgery
Medical Schools:
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Fellow in Endovascular Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellow in Vascular Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant in Surgery & Chief, West Surgical Service, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Resident in Surgery, Harvard Medical School, MD
Professional Associations:
Fellow, American College of Surgeons, Member, Southern Association for Vascular Surgery, Member, Society for Vascular Surgery
Board Certifications:
General Surgery
Medical Schools:
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Fellow, Surgical Endoscopy and Advanced Laparoscopy, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Chief Resident, Department of Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Resident, Department of Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Intern, Department of Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University, PhD in Pharmacology, Jefferson Medical College, MD
Professional Associations:
Fellow, American College of Surgeons, Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners , Diplomate, American Board of Surgery
Board Certifications:
Vascular Surgery , General Surgery
Medical Schools:
Dartmouth, Vascular Fellowship, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, Resident, General Surgery, State University of New York at Stony Brook, MD, US Naval Academy, BS, Mechanical Engineering
Professional Associations:
Fellow, American College of Surgeons

Our Patients Come First

– Elice S.

Annapolis

“Professional, personable staff. They clearly outlined the needed procedures and were prompt with appointment times, friendly staff. Dr. Stewart was my ideal of a doctor.”

– Elice S.

Annapolis

I feel so much better. Now I can do a lot more. I can walk, exercise... If I could do it all over again, I would have done it a lot sooner.