Our team of physicians and staff are dedicated to providing all of our patients with quality vein care using proven and innovative minimally invasive surgical techniques. As vein specialists, we strive for successful outcomes with minimal complications. We help patients with unsightly varicose veins, spider veins, disabling pain secondary to varicose veins, and venous ulcers. Our approach enables patients to regain their normal function and quality of life. As a practice we have been performing vein surgeries for over 10 years.
Jarrod P. Kaufman, MD is a Board Certified General and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon in private practice in Central New Jersey. In addition to practicing medicine, Dr. Kaufman serves as the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) New Jersey State Chair for the Commission on Cancer. He also serves as the Chair of the Melanoma Workgroup of the NJ Governor's Task Force on Cancer Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment.
His primary focus is minimally invasive surgery, surgical oncology and minimally invasive vein procedures. Dr. Kaufman has been performing minimally invasive vein procedures for 10 years. Related to the former areas of focus he performs complex advanced laparoscopic procedures. Dr. Kaufman has been instrumental in introducing a wide range of minimally invasive and advanced procedures to the hospitals in which he has practiced. He continues to advance surgical techniques and the use of new technologies and novel approaches to current problems in the fields of General and Minimally Invasive Surgery.
Michael J. Menack, MD is a board certified, and highly experienced fellowship trained General and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon in a private group practice in Central New Jersey. He is primarily focused on minimally invasive surgery, including minimally invasive vein procedures. He is also the Co-Director of the CentraState Medical Center Wound and Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Center, where Advanced Surgical Associates performs complex wound care including complications of venous diseases particularly venous ulcerations. He has been instrumental in introducing a wide range of advanced laparoscopic and minimally invasive procedures to the hospitals in which he has worked, and continues to "push the envelope" in terms of the use of new technologies and novel approaches to problems in the field of General and Minimally Invasive Surgery
His greatest satisfaction occurs when patients undergoing these minimally invasive procedures, have such a dramatic improvement in their postoperative recovery as compared to traditional open surgical techniques.