The NYU VEIN CENTER comprises seven vascular surgeons, offering expert care for the treatment of varicose veins. All of our surgeons stress the minimally invasive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins. As part of the NYU Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, we are called upon to teach our techniques to other surgeons around the world.
All of our surgeons are committed to improving the care of patients with venous disease through their clinical practices, research endeavors and educational commitments.
At the NYU Vein Center, you will be in the care of respected surgeon. The NYU Vein Center delivers the excellent patient care you expect from doctors who train surgeons from all over the world.
Our faculty of surgeons has developed many procedures that will make your vein care simple and convenient. MOST of our corrective measures are performed in our office with:
NO vein stripping
NO hospital admission
NO general anesthesia
NO recuperation time
Dr. Adelman joined the NYU faculty in 1987, and became a tenured faculty member in 2004. He is Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular and an Associate Professor of Surgery.
Dr. Adelman is well known nationally and internationally for his academic accomplishments. He has been an investigator in over 25 clinical trials and holds 3 U.S. and international patents for surgical instruments. He has twice been the first physician to place a new endovascular device into a human after FDA approval in the United States.
Dr. Adelman has published over 60 peer review publications, and is well recognized by the media. He has appeared on Good Morning America with Diane Sawyer and The Today Show with Katie Couric, discussing advances in venous surgery techniques. He is annually recognized to be one of New York’s best physicians in publications including New York Magazine and Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctors.
His clinical interests include venous pathology, endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysm and carotid artery disease. Dr. Adelman is recognized nationally and internationally for his minimally invasive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins and other venous diseases.
Dr. Adelman has served as president of the New York Society for Vascular Surgery, and is currently the United States representative to the Association of International Vascular Surgery. He has presented at vascular surgery meetings around the world including the United States, Argentina, Switzerland, Austria, France, Italy and England.
Dr. Adelman completed his medical school, residency, and fellowship training at NYU School of Medicine.
Dr. Cayne is Director of the NYU Endovascular Surgery program and an Assistant Professor of Surgery specializing in vascular surgery.
He has a special interest in endovascular surgery, particularly in carotid artery stenting with cerebral protection for cerebrovascular disease, and in endovascular grafts for both abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms.
Dr. Cayne is currently the principal investigator for 2 clinical trials involving a new minimally invasive technique for the repair of thoracic aortic aneurysms.
He has published in many areas including abdominal aortic aneurysms and minimally invasive vascular procedures.
Education and Training
Dr. Cayne received an Engineering degree from the University of Michigan in 1991. He completed medical school at New York Medical College where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He completed a 5-year general surgery training program and a 2-year vascular and endovascular fellowship program at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. Glenn Jacobowitz is Vice Chief of the NYU Division of Vascular Surgery, Director of Vascular Surgical Services at Tisch Hospital, and Associate Professor of Surgery.
Dr. Jacobowitz has been on the faculty of New York University School of Medicine since 1996, and is well published in many areas, including aspects of carotid artery surgery, endovascular aortic aneurysm treatment, and arteriovenous malformations.
He is the institutional principle investigator at the Veterans Affairs Hospital for a national trial comparing open surgical repair with minimally invasive endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms.
Dr. Jacobowitz was one of the first surgeons in New York to perform minimally invasive varicose vein surgery. He further specializes in angioplasty and stenting for lower extremity arterial disease, aortic aneurysms, and carotid disease.
Dr. Jacobowitz has presented his work at several national society meetings. He is a member of multiple regional and national vascular societies, including membership in the Society for Vascular Surgery as a Distinguished Fellow.
Dr. Jacobowitz is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Princeton University. He completed his medical school at NYU School of Medicine from which he graduated AOA, and did his surgical residency and vascular surgical fellowship at NYU Medical Center.
Dr. Kabnick joined the NYU faculty in 2007 as the Director of the NYU Vein Center. He is a world-renowned surgeon-teacher whose patient-centered approach to vein care has enabled him to create and improve a number of today’s most advanced non-invasive surgical techniques.
Dr. Kabnick is recognized by his peers as an international authority on the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease. He was the first vascular surgeon in the United States to perform the Closure™ (radiofrequency) procedure and the VenaCure™ (laser) procedure--two breakthrough technologies for treating the underlying causes of many varicose vein problems.
Highly sought after as a consultant and teacher by medical societies the world over, he has consistently recognized as one of the areas “Top Doctors” and is listed in the Guide to “Americas Top Surgeons”.
Dr. Kabnick devotes his practice entirely to venous diagnosis and treatments and has written and published numerous chapters and papers.
Dr. Kabnick is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Venous Forum, and the Society of Vascular Surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons as well as the American College of Phlebology. He presently serves on the Board of Directors for the American College of Phlebology.
A graduate with Special Honors from The George Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Kabnick received his postdoctoral graduate school training at New York University and Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He completed his Vascular Fellowship at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York.
Dr. Patrick Lamparello is Director of the Vascular Fellowship Program and Vice-Chairman of the NYU Department of Surgery.
Under Dr. Lamparello’s leadership, 2 accredited fellows are trained to become board-certified vascular surgeons each year. Over the years, the surgical residency and fellowship program has graduated many award-winning, well-published vascular surgeons who are now distinguished throughout the United States for their research and clinical excellence.
Dr. Lamparello is board certified in general surgery and vascular surgery. He is a leader in the field of endovascular surgery, specializing in endovascular aneurysm repairs and carotid artery stenting. He has a private practice and treats patients with a wide range of vascular problems.
He is annually recognized to be one of New York’s best physicians in publications including New York Magazine and Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctors.
Dr. Lamparello is an active member and serves on many committees of the major national vascular societies (Society for Vascular Surgery (Distinguished Fellow), Eastern Vascular Society, Association of Program Directors in Vascular Surgery, American Board of Surgery (Certifying Examiner, Vascular Surgery Board), Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, and New York Vascular Society). Dr. Lamparello is widely published and renowned in the vascular surgery community.
Dr. Lamparello graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. He completed medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, a general surgical residency at Montefiore Medical Center, and a vascular surgical fellowship at NYU.
Dr. Thomas Maldonado is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at NYU specializing in vascular and endovascular surgery and Chief of Vascular Surgery at Bellevue Hospital. He is the course director for the NYU Endovascular Surgery Training Symposium attended monthly by Latin American vascular surgeons.
Dr. Maldonado has clinical interests in endovascular surgery, including carotid and abdominal aortic endograft stent procedures, and in minimally invasive treatment of varicose veins.
Dr. Maldonado is well published in basic science and clinical literature and has won numerous awards from general surgery and vascular surgery national societies.
Dr. Maldonado is bilingual and speaks fluent Spanish.
Dr. Thomas Maldonado majored in English Literature at Williams College and received a masters degree in Journalism from Boston University. He graduated from New York University School of Medicine in 1995.
During his general surgery residency, he spent two years in a basic science laboratory studying developmental biology. He completed a vascular surgery fellowship training at New York University in 2003 and went on to pursue an additional 6 months of training in complex endovascular procedures as well as carotid stenting at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Lenox Hill Hospital.
Dr. Caron Rockman is an Associate Professor of Surgery, Director of Medical Education and the Director of Clinical Research for the NYU Division of Vascular Surgery. She has been on the surgical faculty since completing her fellowship in 1996.
Dr. Rockman is active in all areas of general vascular surgery management and treatment, with particular interests in carotid artery endarterectomy, carotid artery angioplasty and stenting, lower extremity arterial disease and management for poor circulation in the legs, aortic aneurysm surgery, and treatment of other unusual vascular disorders.
Dr. Rockman has been active in expanding newer minimally invasive varicose vein procedures at NYU. Dr. Rockman treats vascular disease patients of both genders, and serves as a premier vascular surgeon for female patients who wish to be treated by a female physician.
Dr. Rockman is well published in many areas of vascular surgery, including carotid artery surgery and endovascular aortic aneurysm treatment. She is on the editorial board of the Journal of Vascular Surgery. She has authored over 40 peer-reviewed original publications and numerous textbook chapters. Her work demonstrates particular interest in the outcomes of vascular surgical procedures in women.
Dr. Rockman is an active member of all major national vascular surgery societies, and has chaired, as well as, served on a number of national society committees. Her work has been presented at multiple national meetings, and has won a variety of regional and national awards and recognitions.
Dr. Rockman is a graduate of Stanford University. She completed medical school, surgical residency, and fellowship training in vascular surgery at NYU School of Medicine.
At the NYU VEIN CENTER, we take a comprehensive approach to treating your vein problems. We obtain a history and perform a physical exam in a comfortable, patient-friendly environment. We perform a noninvasive ultrasound exam at our in-office vascular lab to determine the areas of your venous problems (dilated veins, faulty valves, and areas of clot).
Based on the information collected, a custom, individualized treatment plan is formulated by your doctor and discussed with you in detail. Veins that are cosmetically unappealing, or cause pain or other symptoms are prime candidates for treatment.
Our faculty of surgeons has developed many procedures that will make your vein care simple and convenient.
Endovenous Laser - VenaCure™ — VenaCure™ is a minimally invasive office based treatment alternative for Closure™ and surgical stripping of the great saphenous vein.
RF (radiofrequency) Closure™ and Laser Ablation — tthese minimally invasive procedures use either radiofrequency or laser energy to cause the diseased vein wall to collapse and seal shut.
Ambulatory Phlebectomy —surgical removal of surface varicose veins performed under local anesthesia with minimal to no scarring.
Sclerotherapy —a relatively painless procedure in which the doctor injects a small amount of fluid into the affected area, causing the vein to collapse and disappear.
Laser —we use this practically painless treatment on the smallest spider veins and broken capillaries on the legs and face.