MD, DABS, RPVI, RVT, DABVLM
Get to Know Dr. Alosco
Thomas R. Alosco, MD, FACS, RPVI was born in Bronx, New York and a graduate of Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York. Upon graduation, he completed his residency training at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is a board certified physician in General Surgery and Venous and Lymphatic Medicine.
Dr. Alosco's Credentials
- General Surgery
- Venous and Lymphatic Medicine
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, NY)
- Residency at Temple University Hospital (Philadelphia, PA)
- New Haven County Medical Association
- Connecticut State Medical Society
- Roswell Park Surgical Society
- American Medical Association
- American Society of Breast Surgeons
- American College of Phlebology
- Spider Veins
- Varicose Veins
- Vascular Surgery
- Venous Insufficiency
- Laparoscopic Excellence Award (2004)
- Teaching Award from St. Mary’s Hospital (2009, 2015, 2016)
More About Dr. Alosco
Dr. Alosco is actively engaged in research and publishing in the field. With 25 years of medical experience and more than 10 years in diagnosis and treatment of venous disease, Dr. Alosco has also accomplished training in the latest revolutionary techniques for varicose veins, a registered physician in Vascular Interpretation and Vascular Technology by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medial Sonography (ARDMS), a recipient of the Laparoscopic Excellence Award from the Bethel Israel Hospital in 2004, and a three-time recipient of the Surgical Teaching Award from St. Mary’s Hospital in the years of 2009, 2015, and 2016. He is also a member of the following medical societies: New Haven County Medical Association, Connecticut State Medical Society, Roswell Park Surgical Society, American Medical Association, American Society of Breast Surgeons, and the American College of Phlebology.
After these rewarding professional milestones, Dr. Alosco is proud to now serve on the team at Center for Vein Restoration in Waterbury, Connecticut.
“Vein disease is a very common and often debilitating disease which can be misunderstood, misdiagnosed and underappreciated by the medical community.” Dr. Alosco continues, “Patients often present frustration after being referred to various specialists, undergoing treatments that often do not work. It is extremely rewarding to diagnose the problem and offer a management plan that is effective, easily performed in the office and allows patients to resume normal activities immediately.”
His dedication to providing state-of-the-art treatments comes at an important time – more than 40 million Americans now suffer from vein disease. Medical practice is rapidly advancing to reduce the suffering from painful symptoms, and yet it’s still too often an under-diagnosed condition.