Glen Burnie, Maryland


1600 Crain Highway South
Suite 408
Glen Burnie, MD 21061


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About Center for Vein Restoration in Glen Burnie, Maryland

Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is proud to serve patients at our Glen Burnie vein clinic. The physicians and staff at CVR Glen Burnie have decades of collective experience treating symptoms of vein diseases such as varicose veins, spider veins, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and other vein conditions related to chronic venous insufficiency (vein disease).

The board-certified physicians at Center for Vein Restoration are world-renowned vein specialists, authors, lecturers, and trainers on the latest techniques for diagnosing and treating vein disease. Commitment to patient care goes beyond physician credentials, however. Our entire team works together to provide our patients with a level of comfort and understanding.

Our Vein Clinic in Glen Burnie, Maryland

Glen Burnie, Maryland, is a suburb of Baltimore in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Some parts of Gen Burnie, such as Brooklyn Park and Lansdowne, tend to have a more urban feel, whereas parts south, such as Pasadena, are more is less dense with more residential neighborhoods.

Glen Burnie offers visitors a range of activities, from wide-open outdoor parks to interesting indoor cultural and educational activities. Patapsco Valley State Park extends 32 ​miles along the Patapsco River, offering hiking, biking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, and canoeing. The National Aquarium is dedicated to confronting issues related to the effect of climate change on global aquatic habitats through education and offers tours, events, and even an aquarium sleepover!

The vein doctors at CVR’s Glen Burnie, Maryland, vein clinic have nearly 80 years of collective experience treating venous insufficiency symptoms using cutting-edge outpatient vein treatment options. Minimally invasive treatments include radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser ablation, sclerotherapy, ambulatory phlebectomy, Venaseal, and others (depending on the patient’s needs). Vein treatment options are covered by most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.

CVR’s Glen Burnie, Maryland, vein center is less than two miles from the Old Glen Burnie Fire Department, southwest of the intersection between Paul T. Pitcher Memorial Highway and Crain Highway. It is a short drive from the UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center (UMBWMC).

To reach CVR Glen Burnie, head north toward Hospital Drive from the UMBWMC. Turn left onto Hospital Drive. Turn right onto Crain Highway and make a U-turn at Oak Manor Drive. CVR is on the right side of the highway inside Crain Towers Medical Office in Suite 408. Parking is free at Crain Towers, which offers ADA-accessible parking for properly registered vehicles.

Meet Dr. Nguyen

Khanh Q. Nguyen, DO, RPVI, is native to the Maryland-DC-Virginia area and has lived there for over three decades years. He attended the University of Virginia, where he studied biology and graduated Cum Laude. He obtained his medical degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri and trained at Botsford Hospital, part of the Michigan State HealthCare System.

Dr. Nguyen has been a vein doctor for close to two decades and is the Corporate Medical Director for Center for Vein Restoration. He has personally performed more than 9,000 venous procedures, trained countless physicians around the country in techniques to resolve symptoms of venous insufficiency, and has been published in several medical and research journals.

Meet Dr. Byrne

Rory C. Byrne, MD, earned his medical degree with honors from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He completed his internship at Queen’s University Hospitals program in Kingston, Ontario, and a residency at McGill University Hospitals. He is certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine.

Dr. Byrne first became interested in vein disease care during his work in neonatal medicine, becoming fascinated by the intricacy of tiny veins. Seeing how devastating the symptoms of venous insufficiency were for patients, he decided to dedicate his career to vein care.

“Venous disease is not easy to treat, but when treated well, the results can be remarkable and life-changing. Seeing this dramatic improvement in patients that had formerly come to me with little hope is what interests me most about vein disease and spurs me on professionally.” Rory C. Byrne

Meet Dr. Jump

Alfred Jump, MD, is board certified in Emergency Medicine. He received his medical training at the University of Maryland at College Park, MCP Hahnemann University in Philadelphia (now Drexel University College of Medicine), and George Washington University School of Medicine. He completed post-graduate training at the University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency Program in Baltimore, Maryland.

Dr. Jump pursued vascular medicine after his mother-in-law, who has long suffered from leg pain, swelling, and bulging varicose veins, and was told that there was nothing that could be done about her vein condition. She was restored to health after vein treatment at Center for Vein Restoration:

“Her legs began to feel lighter, less painful, and more attractive at the same time. The procedures that were performed to correct her venous insufficiency dramatically changed her life. Having seen this change, I decided to investigate this career.” – Dr. Alfred Jump

Dr. Jump brings extensive training in the minimally invasive treatment of symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency and is committed to excellence in the field of venous insufficiency (vein disease).

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Services at Center for Vein Restoration, Glen Burnie

Our board-certified vascular surgeons offer a wide range of innovative treatment options for leg pain, swelling, cramping, itching, varicose veins, spider veins, restless leg syndrome, ulcers, and other symptoms of vascular disease.

Symptoms of vein problems

When the tiny valves in your leg veins fail to circulate blood back to the heart, it can be a sign of venous disease.

The result can be:

These symptoms are often the result of venous insufficiency and are unlikely to heal on their own. This common vein condition is progressive and will likely worsen without treatment.

Vein treatment options

Vein care providers at vein treatment clinics use the most advanced minimally invasive treatments available today. CVR’s modern outpatient treatment plans are far superior to the older vein-stripping methods used in the past.

Treatments include VenaSeal, a proprietary medical adhesive that safely closes off varicose veins, and ClariVein, a two-in-one approach that uses an ablation device to inject a sclerosing agent that closes the vein with a tiny rotating wire tip, which destroys the diseased vein.

At Center for Vein Restoration, we offer a wide variety of other treatment options, including:

Vein treatments take approximately an hour or less to complete, and patients can return to their normal routine immediately with few restrictions. No staples or stitches are required because a simple band-aid covers the tiny incisions. Our outpatient vein treatments require only local anesthetics. Recovery and symptom relief are fast, and there is little to no scarring.

How to schedule an appointment with Dr. Nguyen, Dr. Byrne, or Dr. Jump

Scheduling an appointment at Center for Vein Restoration in Glen Burnie, Maryland, is easy! You can now book an appointment online.

CVR accepts all major insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. Don't see your insurance company online? Contact us at 240-965-3915 to find out if you're covered.

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