By Robyn “Redd” Smith, M.ED., COTA/L, CLWT, CLT, LASH-FKT A patient with two swollen legs walks into a vein clinic. Now, that may sound like the beginning of a joke, but it is actually the opening line to our story. A story showing how making an addition to your options
By Manu Aggarwal, MD It has been almost three years since we added lymphedema therapy treatments to our vein practice at Vein Care Center Laser Specialists. In this time, we have had trained (via Norton School of Lymphedema) two certified lymphedema therapists (CLTs), both part-time and both originally occupational therapists.
By Larry Storer As Venclose enters its third full year of marketing its next-generation radiofrequency ablation solution for treating venous reflux disease, the company proves the adage that if you build a better product you will be successful. Venclose, a privately held Silicon Valley medical technology company, more than
The Venous Symposium announced June 8 that its July 31-Aug. 2 conference in New York City will be a virtual conference from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on the same dates, and there will be on-demand access to the educational program and exhibit hall for an entire year. There is an
A REPORT FROM ‘FLYOVER COUNTRY:’Many practices may fail despite being in areas without COVID-19 cases
By Stephen F. Daugherty One of the most remarkable aspects of the COVID-19 crisis in the United States is the very different experience depending upon where one lives and practices medicine. As of May 10, the county in which I live and practice in Tennessee has experienced two tragic COVID