What are your resolutions for 2018? According to Psychology Today, about 50% of North American adults will make a New Year’s resolution, but only about 10% actually reach their goals. So why not start the new year with “new” legs and a new you?
Maryland Vein Professionals is proud that our offices are staffed with only board-certified surgeons. To help them determine whether you might benefit from a minimally invasive vein treatment, please answer these questions...
So that the five board-certified surgeons at Maryland Vein Professionals can determine whether or not you might benefit from a minimally invasive vein treatment, please take a minute to answer the following questions...
According to a recent article at Women'sHealth.com, vein issues are among the most common chronic conditions in North America. As the leading independently owned clinic in America for treating venous insufficiency, also known as vein disease, Maryland Vein Professionals agrees with this article's 8 things that every woman should know about her varicose veins. Here's a summary...
Everyone at the five Maryland Vein Professionals offices wants to wish you a very Happy Easter on March 27th.
Maryland Vein Professionals is hosting its first Free Vein Screenings for 2016 –– on March 15th, 16th and 18th. Call today to schedule your appointment with an MVP board-certified surgeon or use our online scheduler.
Valentine’s Day is less than two weeks away. So there’s no better time to give yourself the gift of healthy legs. Just call one of the board-certified surgeons at Maryland Vein Professionals to make an appointment.
It's hot outside. Summer hot. Humid hot. Just plain hot. And if you have ugly, swollen, painful varicose veins or even unsightly spider veins, you should call Maryland Vein Professionals to talk with one of our board-certified surgeons about venous insufficiency (vein disease) –– and how we can treat your damaged veins.
If you're a Dad, congratulations! Everyone at Maryland Vein Professionals wishes you a very Happy Father's Day! We hope you enjoy the day by enjoying your favorite activity.
In 1963, while having lunch with his accountant in Princeton, New Jersey, Albert Einstein said, "The hardest thing in the world to understand is income taxes." Whether you think the income tax is easy to understand or not, everyone at Maryland Vein Professionals agrees that venous insufficiency is very easy to understand, once you know the symptoms that can tax your energy.