About the Vein Center

For more than 10 years, physicians at the Vein Center have treated problems of the venous system. We offer consultations, diagnosis, and treatment for numerous conditions.

Services

We are a full-service vein treatment clinic, staffed by physicians experienced in treating vein diseases, and specializing in treatment for all stages of varicose and spider veins. Our varicose and spider vein treatment services include:

    • Ambulatory phlebectomy
    • Duplex ultrasound
    • Endovenous ablation
    • Lysis of venous clot
    • Sclerotherapy (injections)
    • Venous stenting
    • Venous surgery
    • Dialysis fistulas and grafting

Research

The Vein Center is a frequent trial site for new, non-surgical treatments of varicose veins.

Our innovative treatments have shown great promise in healing venous ulcers, even some that have been present for many years. For more information on research and clinical trials, call at 412-623-3333.  

Find specific clinical research trials from the University of Pittsburgh Office of Clinical Research.

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