USA Vein Clinics is expanding its services in the year 2018 and opening a new clinic in Queens on January 19, 2018. The coast-to-coast network of vein clinics has already been successfully operating in New York at 17 other locations. This new facility is to serve the patients of this area by offering them patient care and vein treatment at a convenient location. The vein clinics facility is located at 162-03 Jamaica Avenue and will operate Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM. The state-of-the-art clinic is highly equipped and will provide the latest minimally invasive and nonsurgical treatments to patients suffering from vein disease.

USA Vein Clinics has become one the nation’s leading vein clinics under the leadership of founder, CEO, and renowned cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Yan Katsnelson and his team of the nation’s top cardiothoracic and vascular surgeons and cardiologists.

“We are excited to continue our mission to improve the quality of life for our patients in Queens,” Dr. Katsnelson says. “The sky is the limit for us. We have been providing vein treatment to patients of vein disease for almost 13 years. This cutting-edge vein clinic is part of our efforts to enhance patient care and convenience for our patients and their families in every state of the US. Our mission is to remove suffering from the lives of people afflicted with vein disease.”

“As a healthcare provider, our goal is not only to treat patients, but also to raise awareness about the importance of getting treatment as soon as the symptoms of vein disease appear,” says Dr. Katsnelson. “Some patients come to us for cosmetic reasons—they simply want the unsightly varicose veins to be treated. Other patients have been living in pain for years. We must emphasize the fact that symptoms of venous insufficiency are more than just a cosmetic problem. The prominent varicose and spider veins on the surface are indicating an underlying issue that needs treatment.”

Symptoms of vein disease, such as leg aches or cramps, heaviness, itching, or burning in the legs, skin discoloration, or non-healing wounds, are progressive. These symptoms may be associated with serious complications, such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or skin ulcers. The best strategy is to schedule a consultation with a vascular specialist as soon as possible. All treatments offered at USA Vein Clinics are minimally invasive, nonsurgical, outpatient procedures covered by Medicare, most insurance plans, and Medicaid.

“The treatment approach we use at USA Vein Clinics is customized to every patient. Our vascular specialists make certain the patient understands the procedure and what kind of difference it will make to their lives,” Dr. Katsnelson says. “Patient satisfaction is very important to us, and we make sure the patients and their family members feel completely at ease in our clinics. They have trusted us to improve the quality of their life. We want to assure them their health is in compassionate and dependable hands.”

If you or a loved one is suffering from symptoms of venous insufficiency, call USA Vein Clinics at (888) 628-9389 to schedule your initial consultation.

ABOUT USA VEIN CLINICS

USA Vein Clinics is a network of state-of-the-art facilities dedicated to the treatment of venous insufficiency. The doctors in each clinic, who are cardiothoracic and vascular surgeons and cardiologists by training, provide a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan utilizing modern equipment and an individual approach to each of our patients. With 43 clinics now in operation and plans for additional clinics already on the table, USA Vein Clinics has the distinction of being the nation’s only coast-to-coast vein treatment facility. Additionally, USA Vein Clinics has been voted by patients as the #1 Vein Clinic four years running.