Richmond Vascular Surgeons

in Richmond, VA

41
Vascular Surgeons are
in Richmond

5
Vascular Surgeons in Richmond
are top rated

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Myra R.
"He was personable and so understanding. He goes the extra mile before he does anything. He’s a doctor that actually cares about his patients, which is hard to find these days." Almost hard to believe. He’ll bend over backwards to take care of them. He doesn’t push procedures on you, either, and he explains things very well so you understand what's going on. It's excellent. His staff is very friendly and helpful too. They got me right in as an emergency patient, even though I wasn’t a current patient. They had an opening within about 3 days and they got me right in there. He’s all the things you want a doctor to be.
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David C.
"He is a good vascular surgeon, he has worked on me twice, and he has done a fantastic job. He came highly recommended to me. He talks to you, and he is good. I used him last month," and I have to go back twice next month for 6 month check ups on two surgeries that he did.
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Nelson R.
"Dr.
' office staff did not confirm the appointment with me and I had to call 5 days before the appointment to ask about a new patient packet. The receptionist," very flippantly, stated that she had already sent a packet and that she didn't have time to send another. I asked if there was a clinic website that had the forms available for download. She said that there wasn't (Really? It's 2014!). I agreed to come in early and fill out forms, so no big deal. The day before the appointment, Dr.
' office called my PCP to cancel my appointment since they had received only part of what they deemed necessary to treat me. They didn't even have the decency to call me. I called Dr.
' office to inquire why they had made the decision to cancel my appointment and hilarity ensued. I talked to a total of three people and two could give me no answers but told Dr.
' nurse that I was being rude. Actually I was asking questions but to today's "customer service professionals" they consider that to be rude. After the doctor's nurse told me that I could come to my appointment anyway, because I was "so upset" and "rude", I enquired about the what could be accomplished by coming in if Dr.
was unable to have what he needed although I know EXACTLY what has happened to me and how other doctors have treated me. Dr.
' nurse couldn't tell me why I should come n and be ignored by Dr.
and then referred to me as "rude" again. At that point, I was indeed rude and she told me not to come into the office and that I should just "go to the ER if I needed a doctor". I asked to speak with the physician and Dr.
' nurse hung up the phone. If a physician hires these types of office personnel, I am certain that Dr.
is not the type of physician that can be trusted with one's health issues. Since the office staff is in clear need of training, I'd suggest a proper training seminar instead of the Atilla the
Customer Service School that Dr.
' staff has graduated, with honors, from.

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Vascular surgery is a treatment for diseases of the arterial, venous and lymphatic systems, excluding the intracranial and coronary arteries. Most patients undergo it after receiving a physician’s referral.

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Sclerotherapy or laser therapy can both be used to treat spider veins, which are small, visibly dilated blood vessels near the skin’s surface.Highly rated health experts provide the pros and cons of each.

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Vascular Surgery reviews in Richmond

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Dr.
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is very conservative when making a diagnosis and recommending treatment options which I really like. Additionally, he's very pleasant and friendly, I seldom wait for very long when I go in for an appointment, and he thoroughly addresses any questions or concerns that I might have.
- Deanna D.
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Following an initial consultation, an ultasound is necessary for determining what veins require treatment, as they are no longer functioning correctly. The process begins with shutting down larger/deeper veins using laser, then sclerotherapy injections for smaller, more superficial ones. The number of treatments required is determined by each indivdual's condition. It is not really painful, but there is some minor discomfort. Keep in mind that if you are already suffering from varicose veins, a little bit of temporary stinging and soreness is worth it to get your legs back from feeling heavy, swollen, restless, and blue. Make sure to follow through by wearing compression stockings, walking, and drinking plenty of water. It really does help you heal up faster. There is no "down" time necessary, which is awesome. No need to miss any work. Treating my varicose veins was considered medically necessary (as opposed to cosmetic) so it was covered by my health insurance. AVC staff took care of everything with the insurance company, approval, billing etc. I just had to pay office visit co-pay.
- Nancy F.
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He does varicose
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work and all other kinds of vascular surgeries. I think he is really good and has a good bedside manner. His staff is also good and he is a nice guy. He tries to help you and is accessible. I love his nurse,
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; she is real caring. You don't feel like you are a number; you feel like you are a real person; they remembered me from a year ago. Availability is a little tough because he only works 2 or 3 days a week. The office also is a little busy and he is a fast talker but it is a great practice and I feel very comfortable with them.
- Linda P.
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At first meeting the doctor was very friendly and reassuring. He made it seems as though the laser treatments would be painless and used terminology such as "minimally invasive," and emphasized that there would be "no down time." He also told me that the visible veins I was concerned about would be treated and that "I wouldn't even be able to see them." At the end of the first meeting I was given compression stocking, costing $65, which ended up being the wrong size. Later on I found out from a medical supply service that my legs should have been measured so that the correct compression stocking would be prescribed. This provider never measured me and the stocking were too long causing a tourniquet effect at the knees and ankles. The medical supply service said the proper procedure would have been to measure the circumference of the ankles, calves, and area just under the knee, as well as the length from heel to knee, and that this should have been done in the morning before any potential swelling. At the second appointment I complained about the stocking and showed the doctor the tourniquet bands around my ankles and behind the knees and said that I felt the stockings were the wrong size. The doctor then said that I was probably not wearing them correctly. I guess I doubted myself and went home continuing to wear them. At the second appointment the doctor performed the EVLT laser treatment on the back of one leg. It was quit painful. I left having to wear yet another chap-style compression stocking, which I also told to buy from this office for an additional $75, and which was hot and uncomfortable. The back of the leg was very bruised and I felt a stitching pain when walking, which made it anything but possible to resume normal activities right after the procedure, as I had been told. The third appointment was even worst. This time the doc and the ulta-sound tech threaded a fiber-optic cable up the inside of my leg from knee to groin. There were 4 incision points. This was incredibly painful to the point of tears. I left bruised and bleeding. The next day the reddness, and swelling were so bad that I called the office and asked if I could send a photo because I was not certain if this was normal. The doctor did return my call but was unconcerned. I sent the photo anyway but it was bounced back. I spent a painful and worrisome weekend on my own and without any support. 4th visit: same painful experience on the other leg. This time the doctor talked shop and joked around with the ultra-sound tech. As he came into the room he said laughing," Looks like I got another one for you....the guy next door has a huge embolism." Last treatment: they did some painful sclero-therapy, injected sites where I couldn't see any veins, and left the ones I can still see. I was told that in three months veins without "feeders" would clear up on their own, but that I should come back, and for an additional $200 per leg, the doctor could treat all visible ones. I reminded him that he'd originally assured me that he would treat a visible
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below one knee. The nurse told him there was a little sclerosing solution left in the
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anyway and he capitulated and treated it in what seemed like a cursory way as it is still mostly visible. So, after it is all said and done, I'm not sure how I can tell if the "underlying problem" has been adequately treated or not though I think there is a little less pain at the back of one leg. I still have all the same visible superficial veins but now with persistent bruising, this was not a painless procedure by any stretch, I feel this doctor was negligent in not measuring my legs before prescribing compression stocking and when he realized the mistake I think he should have offered to correct it, this doctor was unsupportive and unhelpful when I called with my concerns, and I felt that his talking shop while performing a painful procedure on me was callous and unprofessional.
- Debra H.
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Dr
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arrived on time for the surgery. He performed the surgery. After the surgery he informed me that because of the size if the incisional hernia, he had to end the surgery after he finished the incisional hernia. Also because of the size of the hernia there was much pain. He worked very hard to insure I was comfortable after the surgery. I was discharged from the hospital on the 4th day. The hernia is healing very well at this time.
- Donald C.
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I think she chose them because she was comfortable with the initial consultations. They used state of the art technology to do the surgery. They educated while they processed, which was good. Everything was professional. But there was one negative thing that they did which was to miss a
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. But it cleared up on its own.
- Donny E.
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is great.! Considering that this aorta was quite large and we were worried as soon as we learned about it, Dr
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put us right at ease. He explained the coices of treatment and what each would entail and what side effects would happen. My husband choice the stents with minimal incision and less recover time but with longer follow ups. My husband was in the hospital two days and was back to normal in two weeks. The followups were informative and Dr
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took plenty of time to tell us results and what would be the followups. With this choice, my husband has to go yearly to see if there are any problems but Dr
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doesn't anticipate any.
- EMILIE V.

All Vascular Surgeons in Richmond, VA

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Avik Mukherjee MD

8921 Three Chopt Rd
Henrico

Barklie Zimmerman MD

8921 Three Chopt Rd
Henrico

Chen & Gould MDs

7702 E Parham Rd
Henrico

Christian Schunn MD,FACS

13700 St Francis Blvd
Midlothian

Columbia Chippenham Medical Center

1051 Johnstn Wllis Dr
Richmond

Frank Stoneburner JR., MD

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

Frank Stoneburner MD

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

Gerardo Mendez-Picon MD

1800 Glenside Dr
Richmond

Gould, Dr. Charles F

7702 E Parham Rd
Henrico

Gregg Londrey MD

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

Havasu Cardiac Surgery

1741 Mesquite Avenue

James McTamaney MD,FACS

8220 Meadowbridge Rd
Mechanicsville

James Poliquin MD

1401 Johnston Willis Dr
Richmond

James River Cardiology

2801 Boulevard
Colonial Heights

Jeff Brown MD,DC

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

John Deitrick MD

7101 Jahnke Rd
Richmond

John Hyslop MD

1051 Johnstn Wllis Dr
Richmond

John Pfeifer MD

2630 Walhala Dr
Richmond

Kenneth Brown MD

8921 Three Chopt Rd
Henrico

Linwood Bosher MD

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

Marc Posner MD

1250 E Marshall St
Richmond

Marc Warner MD

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

Mark Levy MD

417 N 11th St
Richmond

Martin Evans MD

1051 Johnstn Wllis Dr
Richmond

Park, Dr. Eugene

6325 E Tanque Verde Rd

Peter Brown MD

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

Ralph Layman MD

7611 Forest Avenue
Henrico

Raymond Makhoul MD

1051 Johnstn Wllis Dr
Richmond

Richard Binns MD

1051 Johnston Willis Dr
Richmond

Richmond Primary Care

1800 Glenside Dr Ste 101
Richmond

Richmond Surgical Group Inc

8921 Three Chopt Rd
Henrico

Richmond Surgical Group Inc

7101 Jahnke Rd
Richmond

Richmond Vein Center

7702 Parham Rd
Henrico

Russell Lee MD

411 W Randolph Rd
Hopewell

VCU Health System

417 N 11th St
Richmond

VCU Health System

1250 E Marshall St
Richmond

Vein Solutions Of Richmond

8700 Stony Point Pkwy
Richmond

Virginia Surgical Associates

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

Virginia Surgical Associates

8237 Meadowbridge Road
Mechanicsville

William Tierney MD,FACS

417 Libbie Ave
Richmond

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