All of MVP’s 50+ employees at our offices in Annapolis, Chevy Chase, Columbia and Towson would like to extend the warmest wishes of the season: Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah and happy Kwanzaa. We also wish you a very happy, prosperous new year with healthy legs that you won’t want to cover up.
Now that the holidays are here, you’re going to be walking more, shopping more, entertaining more, standing more, and spending more hours on your feet nearly every day. That’s why you should give yourself the gift of healthy legs, which can be the best present of all.
Here are 10 things we’re thankful for as Thanksgiving approaches: 1) We’re proud that all six of MVP’s physicians are board-certified surgeons: Jonathan Calure, MD; Jon Hupp, MD, FACS; James Laredo, MD, PhD; Peter Liao, MD, PhD; Jane Lingelbach, MD; and David Whittaker, MD, FACs.
(If you speak Spanish, so does Maryland Vein Professionals – and we’re fluent in varicose vein procedures.) Si habla español, también lo hacen los profesionales de la vena de Maryland, y somos fluidos en los procedimientos de venas varicosas. (Our Spanish TV ad featuring Jessica has become very popular. Watch it here.) Nuestro anuncio televisivo en español con Jessica se ha vuelto muy popular. Míralo aqui.
The fourth quarter is here. That’s when we start getting more calls and emailed questions about insurance coverage. The first question is: “Is this the right time to proceed with vein treatments, before insurance deductibles renew?" The answer is “Yes”.
Each October, we all look forward to Halloween for candy, costumes, parties and family fun. But if you’re planning to wear a costume that covers up your legs because you’re embarrassed by varicose veins or unsightly spider veins, you should call MVP.
Maryland Vein Professionals is one of the leading independently owned vein centers in the U.S. and at the forefront of providing minimally invasive procedures. Soon, Dr. Peter Liao, a board-certified surgeon in our Towson office, will be offering yet another unique procedure: The VenaSeal™ Closure System.
Now that the kids are “Back to School”, you finally have time for yourself. So let’s get “Back to You!” Whether you have kids in school or not, if you’re one of the approximately 40% to 60% of Americans who suffer from vein disease, it’s time to get some help.
Choosing the right procedure for vein disease can be confusing, but you can trust the experienced team at Maryland Vein Professionals––America’s largest independently owned vein clinic––to recommend the best treatment(s) for your particular vein issues.
The bad news: It’s hot. It’s humid. It’s almost unbearable. More bad news: If you’re suffering from the discomfort of painful, swollen varicose veins or unsightly spider veins because of venous insufficiency, the heat can feel even more uncomfortable.