Greensboro (North Elam Ave.), North Carolina

Address

510 North Elam Avenue
Suite 305
Greensboro, NC 27403

Hours

Tuesday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About Center for Vein Restoration, Greensboro, North Carolina (North Elam Ave. location)

Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is pleased to offer two Greensboro vein clinics in the CVR network. The physicians and staff at both CVR Greensboro vein clinics on North Elam Avenue and New Garden Road 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).

Vein care doctors at Center for Vein Restoration use the most advanced minimally invasive treatments available today. These include sclerotherapy, radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser ablation, ambulatory phlebectomy, and other in-office techniques. These modern outpatient treatment methods are far superior to the older vein-stripping methods used in the past.

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. Recovery and symptom relief are fast, and there is little to no scarring.

The board-certified physicians at Carolina Vein Specialists, now 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 Greensboro, North Carolina

Center for Vein Restoration's North Elam Avenue, Greensboro vein clinic is located at 510 North Elam Avenue, Suite 305, Greensboro (near Wesley Long Hospital and Friendly Center).

Greensboro, the third largest city in North Carolina, offers year-round activities and a unique blend of historic and modern attractions. The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is the top attraction in Greensboro, according to Tripadvisor. This museum features seated, walking, and staff-guided tours dedicated to exploring the civil rights struggle in the US through fascinating audio and video narratives, pictures, artifacts, video re-enactments, and interactive exhibits.

The Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden and Greensboro Arboretum are the perfect choices for visitors to Greensboro interested in an open-air garden and landscape experience.

Meet Dr. Greenberg

Brent Greenberg, MD, DABVLM, FAAFP, RPhS, is a board-certified vein physician who earned his medical degree from the Chicago Medical School. He worked as a family physician in private practice for a decade. During that time, he trained with a world-renowned vein specialist before focusing exclusively on treatment for venous insufficiency, also known as vein disease.

Dr. Greenberg is a member of the American Vein and Lymphatic Society (formally the American College of Phlebology), the American Academy of Family Physicians, the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, and the Greater Greensboro Society of Medicine. He is also the author of many articles in several medical journals. He has appeared regularly on the San Diego Fox News Show "The Morning House Call" and lectures on vein disease at medical conferences.

Meet Dr. Featherston

Mark Featherston, MD, DABVLM, is a board-certified vein physician who earned his medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina. After serving as a chief resident, Dr. Featherston practiced primary care medicine in Greensboro for ten years before completing a training fellowship in phlebology (vein disease). He served as the regional medical director of a national phlebology practice.

Dr. Featherston is a Diplomate of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM), the American Vein and Lymphatic Society (formally the American College of Phlebology), the American Academy of Family Physicians, the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, and the Greater Greensboro Society of Medicine.

Meet Dr. Nguyen

Khanh Q. Nguyen, DO, RPVI, is the Chief Medical Officer for Center for Vein Restoration. Dr. Nguyen is board-certified by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He attended the University of Virginia, where he studied biology, graduating Cum Laude (meaning "with distinction"). He earned his medical degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Missouri, and trained at Botsford Hospital, part of the Michigan State Health Care System.

Services at Center for Vein Restoration, Greensboro

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 disease

When the tiny valves in your leg veins fail to circulate blood back to the heart, the result can be leg pain, itching, swelling, cramping, varicose veins, spider veins, feelings of heaviness, skin discoloration, or ulcers that are difficult to heal. Known as venous insufficiency, the vein condition is progressive, meaning it will get worse without treatment.

If you have any one or more of these vein problems, CVR's experienced vein specialists can help.

Vein treatment types

All vein procedures offered at CVR are performed as an outpatient, take an hour or less to complete, require only local anesthetics, and allow patients to return to normal activities immediately, with few restrictions.
Treatments include VenaSeal, a proprietary medical adhesive that safely closes off varicose veins, and ClariVein, a two-in-one approach that uses an ablation devise to inject a sclerosing agent that closes the vein with a tiny rotating wire tip, which destroys the diseased vein.

Other options to correct diseased veins include radiofrequency ablation, ambulatory phlebectomy, and ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy. Only by visiting Dr. Greenberg, Dr. Featherston, or Dr. Nguyen can you determine what treatment plan is right for you.

How to schedule an appointment with Dr. Greenberg, Dr. Featherston, or Dr. Nguyen

Scheduling an appointment at Center for Vein Restoration in Greensboro, North Carolina, is easy! Call us at 336-967-0430 with questions or to schedule an appointment.

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

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