Our Baltimore Ravens will be playing for the NFC East Title this Sunday vs. the New England Patriots. If the Ravens should win, theyâ€™ll contend for their second Super Bowl win this millennium. So naturally, everyoneâ€™s rooting for and wearing the Ravensâ€™ team color: purple. Thatâ€™s a good thing for the city, for the team, and for the fans. But when is wearing purple a bad thing? When the purple represents bulging, swollen, itchy and unsightly varicose veins on your legs.
Every one of the 45 employees at Maryland Vein Professionals would like to extend the warmest of holiday wishes and best regards for a prosperous New Year with healthy legs! Here are some timely holiday wishes from our staff. Wishing you peace and health for the holidays from our family at MVP to you and yours. – Dr. Jonathan Calure
Maryland Vein Professionals is very proud to have recently opened a very impressive looking kiosk at the Westfield Annapolis Mall, one of the largest shopping centers in the U.S. Our kiosk can be seen in front of the Kidsâ€™ Zone in a high-traffic area â€“ and has a short two-minute movie running with all the MVP Advantages why someone should visit our MVP Annapolis office, which is right across the street from the Annapolis Mall.
Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Calure, Founder, President and Surgical Director of Maryland Vein Professionals. For the November issue of Baltimore Magazine, among 378 great physicians in 63 specialties, he was named by his peers as the cityâ€™s â€œTop Docâ€ for Vein Surgery/Venous Ligation Procedures. Watch for it at newsstands now.
First, we launched our Maryland Vein Professionals iPhone App in April. Next, we promoted our YouTube viral video in July. Now, weâ€™re proud to introduce our new Droid app that's available now from the iTunes App Store. Download our FREE Droid app today to find out why Maryland Vein Professionals is dedicated exclusively to the latest techniques of minimally invasive vein care.
By most counts, varicose veins are reported to affect up to 1 in 4 adults at some stage in their lives. Though some people seek treatment purely for cosmetic reasons, itâ€™s been proven that varicose veins can lead to a chronic, debilitating, and sometimes limb-threatening conditions if left untreated. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about varicose veins...
Jonathan Calure, M.D., President and Surgical Director of Maryland Vein Professionals, has written an article that will appear in Womenâ€™s Journal Magazine in July 2012. Entitled â€œChoosing A Vein Care Specialistâ€, the article states, â€œWith so many now offering Vein Care, think carefully about the qualifications of your provider.â€ Here's a sneak preview of the beginning of the article by Dr. Calure, â€œI now frequently see ads popping up for Vein Care that extol cosmetic improvements. While it is true that varicose veins may fade after treatment, the goal of treatment is to correct a deeper circulatory problem.
The annual Baltimore Womenâ€™s Classic 5K will be run on Sunday, June 24th â€“â€“ and MVP is very proud to be a sponsor. About 3,000 people are expected to participate in the cityâ€™s premiere all-womenâ€™s race for both young and old, runners and walkers. Registration for the 2012 race is still open. Sign up now and save 10%. Join MVP staffers at the race. Then, visit the Maryland Vein Professionals booth near the finish line for free giveaways and free screenings for your varicose and spider veins.
At Maryland Vein Professionals, weâ€™ve just completed one of our most success Free Varicose Vein Screenings ever! In all, we saw 65 patients for a free screening at our Columbia Treatment office, and another 50 were seen at our Annapolis Treatment Center. Here are the dates for our next ones: July 10th, Columbia Treatment Center; July 11th, Annapolis Treatment Center.
Want to stay in touch with MVPâ€™s website on your iPhone? Weâ€™re proud to say that we now have an app for that.