Schedule a Telemedicine Appointment Today!
Use any web-enabled device to get diagnosis and advice from the nation’s leader in vein health—quickly, safely, and conveniently!
Telemedicine allows Center for Vein Restoration’s board-certified vein experts to offer vein screenings, conduct more extensive vein evaluations, and provide follow-up appointments from the comfort of your home.
Curious if telemedicine is right for you? Let a knowledgeable CVR Patient Representative explain more about the convenience and privacy of telemedicine for your vein health
Call or Video Chat with One of Our Expert Providers Directly
Our dedicated team will work with you to find the communication tool that works best for your telemedicine appointment. CVR providers can connect with you through a traditional phone call or any other service that fits your needs, including video call.
If meeting through web-enabled video, please ensure you have a stable WiFi or data connection during the time of your appointment.
What to Expect During Your Telemedicine Screening
Your screening begins with a thorough health history. Your CVR provider will determine your risk for vein disease or other vascular issues by asking about your lifestyle, medical history, and current symptoms. Your compression stocking questions answered so you can find your best fit.
Because your CVR provider may ask to see your legs (if communicating by video), we recommend that you wear loose-fitting clothing or shorts to this appointment.
What to Expect After Your Telemedicine Screening
Your CVR provider may prescribe compression stockings* or recommend that you make an office appointment to undergo a venous ultrasound. This scan will map your vein anatomy to uncover faulty vein valves and determine if minimally invasive treatment is needed to restore healthy vein function.
*You may also qualify for FREE prescription-strength compression stockings. These stockings will be shipped straight to your door in 3-5 business days.
Get to Know Dr. Dillon
R. Lance Dillon, MD, MBA comes from a long family tradition in medicine: his great grandfather, grandfather, father, uncle and brother all boast MDs, while his wife, Leni, is a nurse practitioner. In fact, his father and uncle were both on staff at the Pennsylvania hospital in which he was born.