Kenneth L. Todd, III
MD, FACPH, RPVI
Get to Know Dr. Todd
Kenneth Leonard Todd, III was born February 15, 1963 in Dothan Alabama. His elementary, middle, and high school years were spent at Houston Academy in Dothan. He graduated from Auburn University with high honors in 1985, after having been fortunate enough to share a campus with sports legends Charles Barkley and Bo Jackson. To this day, Dr. Todd remains an ardent Auburn football and basketball fan. Dr. Todd graduated from the University of Alabama School of Medicine (now UAB Medical School) in 1989 and finished his internal medicine residency at the UAB Internal Medicine Program in Montgomery, Alabama in 1992. He is married with two sons and one daughter. In his free time, in addition to attending Auburn football games, he is an avid hunter and fisherman.
Dr. Todd, III's Credentials
- Internal medicine
- Emergency Medicine
- University of Alabama School of Medicine
- American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine
- American Vein and Lymphatic Society
- Spider Veins
- Varicose Veins
- Vascular Surgery
- Venous Insufficiency
- Walter DeGroot Fellowship Recipient
More About Dr. Todd
Dr. Todd’s curiosity is what led him to a new career path. After practicing Emergency Medicine for a few years, Dr. Todd decided to seek specialty training in Phlebology and completed a Preceptorship with Steve Zimmet, M.D., in Austin, Texas. At the urging of Dr. Zimmet, he became an active Member, then Fellow, of the American College of Phlebology and was awarded the Walter P. de Groot Clinical Phlebology Fellowship for Foreign Study in 2003. In addition to speaking numerous times at the Annual ACP Congress and being a Program Chair, Dr. Todd has been honored to serve on the Board of both the ACP and the ACP Foundation. He was also a member of the 2009 Board Review Course Faculty for the American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine and has acted as a consultant for the BTG International, Sigvaris, and Veniti, as well as investigator for Vascular Solutions, Inc., and BTG International. He was primary author of “The Vanish-2 Study: a randomized, blinded, multicenter study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of polidocanol endovenous microfam 0.5% and 1.0% compared with placebo for the treatment of saphenofemoral junction incompetence.
Dr. Todd has practiced Phlebology in Dothan for the last 18 years, he’s seen this practice evolve from stripping to thermal ablation.
“Bringing the specialty of treating venous insufficiency back to my hometown of Dothan, AL has been very rewarding. Practicing this specialty enables me to improve the quality of life for people, many of whom have been previously told their symptoms were not vein related. If you have been told that your symptoms are not related to venous disease, see a qualified venous specialist before giving up and deciding to live with discomfort.”