Vein Treatment Institute of NJ located in Bayonne, NJ is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to the management of vein treatments. The diagnosis, minimally-invasive treatment, and long-term management of venous disease are our primary concern. Likewise, modern, non-surgical techniques such as laser ablation, ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, and ambulatory microphlebectomy are our chosen methods of treatment and healing. Performed in a comfortable outpatient setting which minimizes the discomfort and recovery period for the patient, each of these modern treatments are meant to suit your various needs. Every patient receives a thorough evaluation by our venous specialists, including duplex ultrasound to define the etiology and extent of their venous insufficiency. Dedicated and experienced staff members are committed the greatest care, clinical excellence and patient satisfaction.
We treat vein conditions that range from unsightly spider veins(telangiectasias) to painful bulging veins or even chronic skin changes with ulceration. Our state-of-the-art treatment options offer relief from associated symptoms such as heaviness, fatigue, burning, itching or cramping which can be improved or relieved entirely with our modern and minimally-invasive techniques. At the Bayonne Vein Center, we create unique vein treatment plans that are specific to each individual patient's needs.
Peter L. Smith M.D., a leading provider of minimally-invasive vascular care in New Jersey has individually performed over 15,000 catheter based vascular procedures such as balloon angioplasty, vascular stenting, thrombolysis and athrectomy. Dr. Smith is currently focusing his considerable imaging and vascular expertise and experience on developing the premier venous center in the Northeast. Through the use of magnificent imaging and minimally-invasive percutaneous techniques, this center will offer effective and comfortable options for all types of vein treatments. Dr. Smith graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Notre Dame in 1983 and thereafter attended the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. As an AOA recipient in 1987, Dr. Smith went on to complete a Diagnostic Radiology residency at the prestigous Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston of 1992. There he was the Chief Resident. His fellowships in Vascular/interventional radiology and GI/GU radiology at MGH paved the way for his completed training and desire to serve as a mentor and proctor for numerous vascular surgeons, cardiologists and interventional radiologists working to expand their catheter-based skills. As a fellow in the Society of Vascular Medicine/Biology and member of the Society of Interventional Radiology, Dr. Smith continues to offer profound medical support to those in need of various types of vein treatments.