What doctor do you see for varicose veins?

The doctor most people approach with all their medical problems is a general practitioner, and you could see why. General practitioners are trained to assess and diagnose virtually any disease and they know the right person to refer you to if treatment of a condition is beyond their knowledge.

Well, going to your PCP for varicose veins is very okay, but you don’t really have to schedule all those appointments because you are eventually going to be referred to a vein specialist. Vein diseases are among those few diseases you can detect without clinical diagnosis. What’s more, most of them can only be treated by specialist doctors, so it would be wise to schedule just that one trip to a vein specialist.

Who to see for vein treatment

Most vein centers have a specialist physician in the medical and surgical treatment of varicose veins, spider veins, and other more complicated vein diseases. Desert West Vein & Surgery Center has Dr. Atur Kasha, who has been in practice in El Paso for more than ten years now. He is skilled in general surgery and uses the latest surgical equipment and techniques to offer vein patients comprehensive care in a comfortable and professional environment.

Dr. Kasha is board-certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgeons and has an extensive educational background in the study of vein disease or Phlebology. He graduated from Des Moines University Medical School and is affiliated with some of the biggest institutions in El Paso and beyond. That includes serving as a member of the board of directors at El Paso Day Surgery Center, serving as vice president of Sierra Medical Center, Department of Surgery, and being chief resident at Michigan’s Garden City Hospital.

With thousands of successful procedures to his name, Dr. Kasha possesses the experience needed to handle even the most complicated of varicose vein diseases. Schedule a consultation with him today by calling us or filling out an appointment form and submitting it on our website.

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