Vein Center of Central Pennsylvania
At the Vein Center of Central Pennsylvania we really value you, the individual. Creating a professional, warm environment is of utmost importance to our staff. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere that is welcoming and friendly.
During office hours telephone calls are answered by live people, callers are never forwarded to “voice – mail “or automated systems. The personal touch is what we are all about. The entire staff is dedicated to ensuring the best possible care is rendered to all of our varicose vein and spider vein patients. We encourage our patients to actively participate in the improvement of their varicose vein and spider vein symptoms and disease.
The Vein Center staff participates in continuing education on a regular basis to stay abreast of new advances in the treatment of spider vein and varicose vein treatments. Our medical director Dr. Henry D. Train passed the American Board of Phlebology's first board certification examination in May 2008. Dr. Train, is also a Diplomat of the American College of Phlebology, has been practicing Phlebology at the Vein Center of Central Pennsylvania since it's opening in 1995.
Dr. Henry Train
Dr. Train is Board Certified by the American Board of Phlebology. He is a graduate of Columbia College in New York, and attended medical school at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. Dr. Train completed his four year residency training at the State University of New York, Kings County Medical Center as Chief Resident.
As an active member of the American College of Phlebology, Dr. Train has been appointed as Preceptor in order to further the education and training of physicians new to this specialty. In addition he serves as an instructor for Vascular Solutions, Inc.
In addition to his private practice and teaching responsibilities, Dr. Train attends conferences and keeps abreast of new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of superficial venous disease. Providing his patients with the best methods to treat varicose veins and spider veins and venous insufficiency is his primary consideration.
Several thousand treatments have been performed at the Vein Center. Following FDA approval in 2002 Laser vein ablation was added with excellent results. There are none of the risks of hospitalization, general anesthesia, or scars.
The Vein Center uses only the latest technology and equipment to provide you with a detailed evaluation. Before treatment, a Complete Medical History is taken and a thorough Examination of the Legs is made to determine the extent of your venous problems.
Following the examination a Doppler study study will be performed to evaluate the function of the major valves in the deep and superficial leg veins. This painless test uses sound waves to listen to blood flow. We use ultrasound to see the veins and the valves, detecting the direction of blood flow within the veins and locating incompetent perforator veins that connect the superficial venous system with the deep venous system.
- Endovenous laser ablation
- Medical sclerotherapy
- Cosmetic sclerotherapy
- Foam sclerotherapy
- Echo sclerotherapy(ultrasound guided)
- Stab Phlebectomy
- Diagnosis and treatment of venous ulcers
- Compression therapy
- Management of Chronic venous insufficency
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