North Carolina Locations
Greensboro (New Garden Road)
1130 New Garden Rd.
Greensboro, NC 27410
Greensboro (North Elam Avenue)
510 North Elam Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27403
1598 Westbrook Plaza Dr.
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
About Center for Vein Restoration in North Carolina
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR), the clinical leader in vein care, proudly welcomes patients of Carolina Vein Specialists as this practice joins in partnership with CVR. This newest partnership adds a twenty-third state to CVR's footprint of over 100 vein centers nationwide. The addition of Carolina Vein Specialists helps fulfill CVR's mission to improve lives in the communities we serve by providing state-of-the-art vascular and lymphatic care in a compassionate and affordable manner.
CVR now offers multiple convenient locations in North Carolina: two vein clinics in the county seat of Guilford County (Greensboro) in north-central North Carolina and the other in the county seat of Forsyth County (Winston-Salem) in the Piedmont region of North Carolina.
Meet the Doctors Who Serve North Carolina
Greensboro (New Garden Road and North Elam Avenue) and Winston-Salem
Brent Greenberg, MD, DABVLM, FAAFP, RPhS, earned his medical degree from Finch University of Health Sciences / The Chicago Medical School. Upon graduation from medical school, he completed his residency as chief resident at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's / Illinois Masonic Medical Centers. Dr. Greenberg then served as a family physician for ten years, during which time he witnessed first-hand the discomfort and debilitation caused by venous disease among his patients. This inspired him to pursue treating vein disease primarily.
Dr. Greenberg is an author and a television medical expert live-telecast commentator.
Mark Featherston, MD, DABVLM, graduated from Duke University School of Medicine, earning his medical degree before completing a residency in Family Medicine. After practicing primary care medicine in Greensboro, North Carolina, for a decade, Dr. Featherston focused on treating the leg pain, swelling, burning, throbbing, and cramping associated with venous disease. He was among the first class of physicians to pass the certification exam offered by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM).
Using his advanced education and training in disorders of the veins, Dr. Featherston became a regional medical director responsible for training and supervising physicians, nurses, and ultrasonographers in the latest techniques for diagnosing and treating vein disease.
Why Center for Vein Restoration Loves North Carolina
Center for Vein Restoration appreciates this popular southeastern state's rich history and beautiful natural scenery. Mild winters, a booming job market, affordable living, and a laid-back lifestyle make North Carolina the state of choice for young professionals, families, and retirees alike.
CVR boasts two locations in North Carolina. Greensboro, known as "Gate City," is a small, vibrant community that is an easy drive to all the major cities in the state (not that you'd ever want to leave!). While in Greensboro, visit the International Civil Rights Center & Museum and immerse yourself in human rights, equality, and inclusion in this innovative, interactive educational experience.
U.S. News ranks Winston-Salem as one of the best places to live in North Carolina. The heart of the arts scene in North Carolina, the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, and the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art are must-see destinations.