Once again in 2013, a contingent of Maryland Vein Professionals staff members will be sponsoring and participating in the Baltimore Women's Classic 5K Race on Sunday, June 23rd. Rosanne Calure (wife of MVP Medical Director and President, Dr. Jonathan Calure),…
Dr. Jonathan Calure, President and Surgical Director of Maryland Vein Professionals, was just featured as one of "The Doctors" in a USA Today article titled "What You Can Do About Varicose Veins". Read the complete article. The story outlined a few facts about vein disease and varicose vein treatments that everyone should know.
On Saturday, July 13th, Maryland Vein Professionals had a staff celebration party to watch the Baltimore Orioles host the Toronto Blue Jays at Camden Yards. About 100 people, including Baltimore's leading vein surgeons â€“ Dr. Jonathan Calure, Dr. Jamie Brown, Dr. Joe McClain, Dr. Jane Lingelbach â€“ our MVP staff, spouses and friends, filled a luxury suite to enjoy a warm, sunny day of hot dogs, peanuts, popcorn, beverages and nine innings of American League baseball.
At MVP, we're still excited that our President and Surgical Director, Jonathan Calure, MD, was featured on the cover of the June 2013 of Baltimore SmartCEO Magazine, The Entrepreneur Issue. This article tells the story of his meteoric rise from a one-room, rented office and making house calls with an ultrasound machine stored in the back seat of his car to seven offices, two treatment centers and just shy of 50 employees in the span of about seven years.
Now hear this... Dr. Jonathan Calure, President and Surgical Director of Maryland Vein Professionals, has been chosen to be on the cover of Baltimore SmartCEO Magazine's June 2013 issue. At MVP, all of us are thrilled for Dr. Calure's recognition as a leader, a pioneer, and an entrepreneur in the Baltimore/Annapolis/DC area. The cover states: "How This Heart Surgeon - Engineer - Musician makes the veins go away" and "Business with Surgeon's Hands".
Varicose veins can happen to just about anyone at any age. Thatâ€™s why Maryland Vein Professionals, wants you to review this list of the top 12 warning symptoms of varicose veinsâ€¦ Do you experience any of the following? __ Leg pain, aching or cramping? __ Burning or itching of the skin? __ Leg or ankle swelling? __ â€œHeavyâ€ feeling in the legs?
Deep-Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and its complications may lead to as many as 200,000 U.S. deaths each year. Because DVT is preventable, these deaths don't need to occur. In fact, more Americans die of Deep-Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE) each year than die from breast cancer, AIDS and automobile accidents combined.* That's why this March, more than 25 organizations are participating in Deep-Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month, a national effort to raise awareness among health professionals and consumers about this potentially fatal medical condition.
Everyone loves chocolate, flowers and/or dinner as presents for a loved one on Valentineâ€™s Day. But the true sign of love is scheduling a screening at Maryland Vein Professionals for someone you know who has bulging, itchy, swollen varicose veins or unsightly, blotchy spider veins. Our four Board Certified cardiovascular and vascular surgeons â€“â€“ Dr. Jamie Brown, Dr. Jonathan Calure, Dr. Jane Lingelbach and Dr. Joseph McClain have performed over 17,000 procedures for venous insufficiency since 2005.
The Baltimore Ravens will play in Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday. We wish them the best of luck and hope they bring home their second Vince Lombardi Trophy in the new millennium. Since the exhibition games way back in August and early September 2012, the Ravens have become a truly great well-balanced team â€“ with an explosive offense that puts up lots of points each game and a feared, stingy defense led by Captain Ray Lewis that limits big plays by their opponents. But thereâ€™s another great team in the Baltimore area thatâ€™s been perhaps more successful over the recent years: the Maryland Vein Professionals all-star teams of surgeons, sclerotherapists, sonographers, clinical providers and administrators.