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Education - South Bay Vascular Center




Do you ever ask yourself, “what causes varicose vein problems”?South Bay Vascular Center & Vein Institute’s experts are able to provide interested individuals with quality educational seminars in the field of Phlebology (the study of veins). Each year we conduct numerous informative seminars aimed at educating our audience on the latest techniques and technologies for the treatment of vein disease. The material presented in each seminar is based on up-to-date publications prepared by one or more of our accomplished team. We discuss the latest philosophies by the leading experts in our field on topics that are relevant to you. Whether you are a vein specialist, someone interested in becoming a vein specialist, or a patient interested in learning more about your condition, our caring physicians can raise your understanding of vein disease and the various ways in which it can be treated.

Open Houses

South Bay Vascular Center & Vein Institute welcomes you to attend one of our “Vein Forums” or “Open Houses” aimed at providing you with a better understanding about veins, vein disease and the most up-to-date treatment options available. At our Open Houses, individuals are able to meet our distinguished physicians and caring staff, tour our state-of-the-art center, view our surgery suites and speak with our experts who can answer any questions they may have about the cosmetic and medical procedures we perform.

Call us today at (408) 376-3626 to join us for our next Open House

Leg Pain With Walking

A condition in which cramping pain in the leg is induced by exercise, typically caused by obstruction of the arteries.

Non-healing leg or ankle wounds

Stroke or Mini-Stroke (TIA)


Blood Clots (Deep Venous Thrombosis-DVT)

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