To help the Phoenix community served by Vein Specialists of Arizona, Dr. Jeffrey Alpern and his staff have launched The Vein Talk Magazine, an online publication which highlights new medical treatments for spider veins, varicose veins, leg ulcers and venous disease delivered directly to subscribers’ email boxes.
“Given today’s multiple communication platforms such as social media, mobile text messaging, and online news sites, we wanted to recognize and support our patients who prefer to receive their information via email or on their smart phone,” said Dr. Jeffrey Alpern. “This online magazine contains not only interesting articles and images, but it also contains hyperlinks to more information on our VeinsAZ.com website.”
Vein Specialists of Arizona (VSA) is a state-of-the-art vein center that defines a new standard in care for the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins, legs ulcers and chronic venous insufficiency. From vein treatments that correct existing underlying pathology to procedures that erase spider veins before the patient’s eyes, we think you will find VSA to be your best choice for venous issues. Your compassionate, effective, safe, affordable and convenient vein treatment at VSA begins with an ultrasound screening exam. Please visit website, http://VeinsAZ.com or call 623-428-0068.
Dr. Jeffrey Alpern is a Cardiovascular Surgeon who was the first D.O. to perform a heart and heart/lung transplant in the world. Among his other impressive qualifications, Dr. Alpern trained at the world renowned Cleveland Clinic and was Surgical Director of Heart and Lung Transplantation at both Temple University and Hahnemann University Hospitals in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. He currently is Director and founding member of Desert Cardiovascular Surgeons in Phoenix, and of Vein Specialists of Arizona recently located in the West Valley. Dr. Jeffrey Alpern, D.O is one of a handful of surgeons worldwide to use fast, virtually painless, safe and effective laser ablation and radiofrequency (RF) techniques for the treatment of existing varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency and venous leg ulcers.