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New Varicose Vein Treatment Center Opens in Prescott, Arizona
Date:4/27/2010

The grand opening dedication of Prescott Vein Specialties is set to take place on May 6, 2010. Two years in the planning and development, the cutting-edge vein treatment facility officially began accepting patients earlier this year. The vein center offers nonsurgical laser treatments for varicose veins and spider veins.

Prescott, AZ (PRWEB) April 27, 2010 -- Prescott Vein Specialties will be hosting a Ribbon Cutting to celebrate the grand opening of their new vein clinic on May 6, 2010. The ceremony will take place at 4 P.M. in their recently completed 1400 square foot facility at 242 Whipple Street, Prescott, AZ The vein treatment center boasts two laser treatment suites, diagnostic ultrasound rooms, patient consultation area and the latest in vein therapy equipment and expertise. This ultramodern, spa-like varicose vein center specializes in a new, painless alternative to surgery for varicose veins known as EVLT, or endovenous laser treatment. Prescott Vein Specialties also offers sclerotherapy for spider veins, Nd YAG laser treatment for spider veins, in-house diagnostic duplex ultrasound, and medical grade compression hosiery.

Prescott Vein Specialties is the latest addition to the medical offerings from board-certified specialist, Dr. Robin Fleck. After more than 20 years experience in the treatment of skin cancer and cosmetic facial rejuvenation, Dr. Fleck has turned her attention to the treatment of varicose veins. With the advent of new state-of-the-art laser treatments like endovenous laser ablation or EVLA, many varicose vein sufferers can be helped without the downtime of traditional vein-stripping surgery.

It is estimated that over 30% of the population suffers from varicose veins. “While many consider varicose veins to be a cosmetic nuisance, associated medical complications such as leg pain, blood clots and leg ulcers are frequent conditions which require
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