Washington Heights Varicose Vein Doctor
We Help You Overcome Pain & Embarrassment With Your Legs.
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Washington Heights Health Concerns
A published study in the National Library Medicine stated that approximately 24% of adults in the United States suffer from varicose veins, with an estimated 6% of them exhibiting symptoms of advanced chronic venous disease.
With Washington Heights having a 59,607 population, there is a possibility that 14,306 of them have visible varicose veins and 3,576 have underlying chronic venous disease.
If you live in this area, you are probably one of those who suffer from these venous diseases as well.
So give our clinic a call and let our vein doctors serving the Washington Heights area help you.
Quick Non-Invasive Procedure Allowing You To...
- Visit the Met Cloisters
- Learn more about the history of The Morris-Jumel Mansion
- Appreciate the creative works of Spain at the Sorolla Vision of Spain Gallery
- Drop by the Manhattan’s only lighthouse located at the Fort Washington Park
- Take cool Instagram pics at the 191st Street station tunnel
- And many more
Time to show off those varicose vein-free legs! Visit our clinic and check out our vein treatments in Washington Heights.
Dedicated Washington Heights Vein Staff
At our Washington Heights clinic, we make sure that all of our patients leave happy and satisfied with the result of the treatment. Thanks to our experienced and highly-skilled medical doctors, we are able to provide the best and latest treatment to our patients.
That said, the varicose vein treatment in the Washington Heights that we provide is well-received by patients from all over New York. We also guide our patients on how to make the treatment result more lasting and how they can avoid varicose veins from reoccurring.
Give us a call and book an appointment with one of our doctors now!
Meet Our Expert – Highly Trained Specialist
Dr. Mohammed Islam, M.D., is a board-certified surgeon with over 25 years of experience. He graduated from the University of Chittagong and completed his training at NewYork Methodist Presbyterian Hospital in Brooklyn, New York.