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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 100+ 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.

Don't Worry,
You're Not Alone

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

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:
General Surgery
Medical Schools:
Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine
Professional Associations:
American College of Physicians, American Vein & Lymphatic Society, American Venous Forum, American Medical Association, Michigan State Medical Society, Kent County Medical Society
“My special interest outside the treatment of superficial venous disease continues to be the prevention of venous thromboembolic events”
Board Certifications:
American Osteopathic Board of Surgery
Medical Schools:
Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (East Lansing, MI), Internship and residency at Metro Health (Grand Rapids, MI)
Professional Associations:
Kosciusko Community Hospital, American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, American Osteopathic Association, Former Chief of Surgery, Three Rivers Health
“Dr. Ford simply describes her personal work in the field of venous insufficiency: “I am now devoting my entire practice to the treatment of venous disease.”
Board Certifications:
Vascular Surgery, American Board of Surgery
Medical Schools:
Fellowship: Homan’s Vascular Fellow, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Residency: General Surgery, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire, Medical and Ph.D. degrees: Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts

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