Center for Venous Disease
At the University of Illinois Hospital Center for Venous Disease we strive to provide a comprehensive experience for every patient in the treatment of vein-related issues including: deep venous thrombosis (DVT), spider veins, varicose veins, ulcers of the extremity and other problems resulting from chronic swelling of the arms and legs. Our knowledgeable vascular surgeons and staff seek to provide personalized, thorough and compassionate care for every patient with the goal of lasting, effective treatment.
Why Choose Us?
We utilize a state-of-the-art approach in the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease. Our vascular surgeons and nurse sclerotherapist are highly experienced and apply the most effective and current endovascular and open surgical techniques when treating patients.
Visitors to our clinic experience a patient-centered environment in which we strive to educate our patients on their specific condition and design a treatment plan aimed at achieving optimal care and outcomes.
The Division of Vascular Surgery and the Center for Venous Disease are also responsible for the supervision of the Noninvasive Vascular Laboratory as well as the interpretation of all noninvasive vascular testing procedures performed. Our accredited vascular laboratory is an essential component to the correct assessment and diagnosis of patients with venous disorders. In addition, the vascular surgeons at UIC work closely with the internationally recognized Director of the Center for Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration: Dr. William Ennis, to treat venous stasis ulcers and the many problems which result from vein-related disease.
As a result, UI Health Center for Venous Disease has earned an excellent reputation in the community. To learn more about our program or for a consultation, please call 312-355-4300.