If you’ve been experience the discomfort that comes along with having varicose veins, chances are you’ve probably already looked into varicose vein treatments. While most varicose vein removal options are non-invasive, who you chose to provide that treatment is extremely important because even minimally invasive procedure can have serious complications if not performed correctly.

The term phlebologist refers a physician who treats veins, and it is a term that is often very confusing to people who are searching for a specialist to care for their varicose veins. That is because not all “phlebologists” have the same training, experience and credentials. In fact, physicians, or even physician assistants may advertise themselves as phlebologists or vein care experts without having any formal residency or fellowship training in the treatment of vascular diseases. Therefore, it is critical to know the true experience, background and reputation of any physician that you chose to treat your vascular problems.

At Shore Vascular & Vein Center, your entire experience, from diagnosis to treatment, will be provided by a Board Certified Vascular Surgeon who is an expert in dealing with vascular disorders on a daily basis. The center has years of experience with thousands of successful cases. Having your care provided by a Board Certified Vascular Surgeon ensures that your treating physician has met the highest standards of education and training in the treatment of vascular conditions, including the diagnosis and treatment of patients with varicose veins. These physicians will be able to administer the appropriate tests and then offer you the best treatments for your condition. They’ll also be able to provide the most thorough care; remedying both the underlying cause and removing the unsightly surface veins.

Dr. Jeffrey Gosin is a Board Certified Vascular surgeon and an expert in the treatment of vein disorders. He and his team at Shore Vascular & Vein Center specialize in treatments that include Excel V Laser, Sclerotherapy, Phlebectomy and Venefit procedures. Because of their skills and experience, the team works with you to decide on what treatment is best, and since the procedures are minimally-invasive (usually requiring just local anesthesia), you’ll be in and out of the office quickly with minimal recovery time needed.

Once you have made the decision to get your varicose or spider veins evaluated and treated, either because it’s summer (and you want to show off those legs!) or because the discomfort has become too much, it’s important you make the right choice in whom to turn. While there may be several varicose vein treatment options in Cape May County, Atlantic County, Ocean County and Cumberland County, New Jersey, choosing the best could make the difference in recovery time, recurrence and overall results. If you have any questions about procedures or treatments and want to speak to a professional, call Dr. Jeffrey Gosin at Shore Vascular & Vein Center at (609) 927-VEIN (8346) for more information.

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