Mohamed T. Hassan
Get to Know Dr. Hassan
Dr. Hassan is a fellowship-trained physician specialized in venous and lymphatic disease and board-certified in internal medicine. He has been practicing medicine for over 14 years and has dedicated his career to the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease.
Dr. Hassan's Credentials
- Board-certified in Internal Medicine
- Cairo University School of Medicine
- Wyckoff Heights Medical Center Residency Program
- Center for Vein Restoration Fellowship Program
- American Vein and Lymphatic Society
- American College of Physicians
- Chronic Venous Insufficiency
- Varicose Veins
- Venous Ulcers
- Spider Veins
More About Dr. Hassan
He completed his residency training at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, academic affiliate of New York Medical College, after which he completed his fellowship training in Venous and Lymphatic Medicine at Center for Vein Restoration in Maryland. Dr. Hassan is also a member of the American Vein and Lymphatic Society as well as the American College of Physicians.
His scope of training includes diagnosis, prevention and treatment of venous disease, all aspects of non-invasive duplex scanning of the venous and arterial systems, expertise with all methods for treating venous insufficiency, including laser and radiofrequency ablations, non-thermal technologies like Clarivein, Venaseal, Varithena, ambulatory micro-stab phlebectomies, ultrasound guided foam, and cosmetic sclerotherapy.
Vein diseases of the lower extremities are one of the most common and disabling conditions particularly in relation to the domains of pain, physical function, and mobility. With symptoms ranging from leg fatigue, soreness, swelling, and discoloration, to much more advanced complications if left untreated, such as cellulitis, leg ulcers, and blood clots - it is not only a serious medical condition but also an undeniable physical and psychosocial problem that has a severe impact on a patient’s quality of life.
"Unfortunately, varicose veins and vein disease in general, are not only misunderstood by the public, but also under-studied by many physicians. For example, many may think that varicose veins symptoms are inevitable manifestations of aging, so there is nothing to be done; others may think that it is only a cosmetic concern.
“My goal is to take the time to educate every patient about the serious nature of this disease, introduce them to the latest advances in venous care, and design the most effective treatment plan to help alleviate their physical symptoms, prevent disease progression, and improve their quality of life.”