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Vein Clinic New York City

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Call us at (212) 567-5300 // (212) 567-4300

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Schedule an Appointment at our Vein Treatment Clinic Today

Call us at (212) 567-5300 // (212) 567-4300

Make an Appointment

Schedule an Appointment at our Vein Treatment Clinic Today

Call us at (212) 567-5300 // (212) 567-4300

Make an Appointment

Schedule an Appointment at our Vein Treatment Clinic Today

Call us at (212) 567-5300 // (212) 567-4300

Make an Appointment

NY VeinClinics

NY VeinClinics is a vein treatment clinic with locations in the Bronx & Manhattan. We are dedicated to diagnosing and treating vascular diseases.. Our goal is to make sure our patients are able to live the life they want and deserve, with less pain and a healthier outcome.

Corey Goldman MD, PhD, FACP

Corey Goldman MD, PhD, FACP

Cardiovascular surgeon

Associate Professor of Cardiology, Tulane University School of Medicine Graduated from Mount Sinai School of Medicine Surgical Internship: Albert Einstein College of Medicine IM Residency: Un

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Sachin K. Jain MD, MBBS

Sachin K. Jain MD, MBBS

Cardiologist

Graduated: Stanley Medical College, Chennai, India Residency: Internal Medicine at Providence Hospital Fellowship: Cardiology at Providence Hospital Fellowship: Interventional Cardiology at M

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ANTHONY IORIO DPM, MPH, FACFAS, FACFAOM

ANTHONY IORIO DPM, MPH, FACFAS, FACFAOM

Advanced Wound Care

Fellow, American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons Fellow, American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine Chief of Podiatry, Lincoln Medical Center Graduate: DPM, New Yor

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Vascular Disease FAQ

Q: What is vascular disease?

A: Vascular disease is any abnormal condition of the blood vessels (arteries and veins). There are several different types of vascular disease. Seeing your primary physician is the first step in the right direction. After that you can make an appointment with our clinic to find out more specified information for your particular case.

Q: What is PAD?

A: PAD, or Peripheral Artery Disease, occurs when arteries in the legs become clogged with fatty deposits. If left untreated, PAD can lead to poor quality of life (ex. continuous pain and discomfort), disability, and possibly amputation.

Q: Can symptoms of venous reflux disease worsen over time?

A: If left untreated then yes, the symptoms of venous reflux disease can worsen. This is a progressive disease that are worsened without treatment.

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