Bronson Opens New Vein Clinic
A new Bronson clinic dedicated to patients experiencing vein disorders including varicose, spider and reticular veins is now open.
Bronson Vein Clinic, a service of Bronson Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Specialists, is located in the Medical Office Building on the campus of Bronson Battle Creek.
The Bronson Vein Clinic is designed for the diagnosis and treatment of vein disease, and to improve patient outcomes in southwest Michigan. Patients who come to the clinic will receive a free initial screening and will undergo thorough testing and treatment. The care providers at Bronson Vein Clinic include board certified vascular surgeons and a physician assistant who is certified in laser treatment of vein disorders. The clinic also provides cosmetic treatments.
“Bronson Vein Clinic focuses on providing safe, medically sound treatment for venous diseases including varicose veins,” said Dr. Sarat Vaddineni, vascular surgeon and medical director of vascular surgery at Bronson Methodist Hospital. “Many people experiencing leg pain and vein conditions need treatment, but do not feel comfortable receiving care from a facility that is not associated with a vascular practice or a hospital. Our credentialed specialists, along with access to related services, provide patients with the confidence they need.”
In addition to unsightly veins, symptoms of vein disease that Bronson Vein Clinic can assess and treat can include:
- Restlessness of the legs
People experiencing these symptoms can talk to their primary care doctor or they can call Bronson Vein Clinic at (269) 341-7333 to request a free screening.
For more information or to request a free screening, click here or call the Bronson Vein Clinic at (269) 341-7333.