Our company was founded on the idea that vascular and non vascular imaging is an art form. Our goal is to assist hospitals and independent imaging centers in the areas of image quality, accreditation, and market awareness. Our staff is knowledgeable of cutting edge technology and the proper protocols that effect imaging quality. Our mission is to provide advanced as well as beginner hands-on training in an atmosphere most comfortable for the students success.
We are willing to put our resources and expertise in vascular imaging and lab management to work for your office.
Through our ability to offer CME education courses at your facility, we are able to customize the program to meet the needs of your sonographers and physician staff.
Performing on-site training: Reduces cost, maintains revenue streams, and provides global skill advancement.
To train at your facility, with your equipment while performing exams with your physicians input is invaluable.
This revenue often pays for the training itself.
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Vein Specialists offers advanced comprehensive dedicated vein treatment. Dr. Magnant and his staff teach surgeons from all over the country.
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ein Specialists is also very active in supporting the community in Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties. Dr. Magnant strongly believes in giving back to the community through service, scholastic support or financial underwriting. He also offers community vein screenings on a monthly basis the dates of which are posted on the website under calendar of events. He is a gifted public speaker and is available for speaking engagements for the medical, pharmaceutical, osteopathic, podiatric or the general lay community. He and his staff are also available for corporate wellness programs. Please contact our office if interested in arranging a speaking engagement or attending a vein screening event.
Normally, valves in your deeper leg veins keep blood moving forward toward the heart. With chronic venous insufficiency, vein walls are weakened and valves are damaged. This causes the veins to stay filled with blood, especially when you are standing.
Chronic venous insufficiency is a long-term condition. It is most commonly due to malfunctioning (incompetent) valves in the veins. It may also occur as the result of a past blood clot in the legs.
Risk factors for venous insufficiency include:
- Family history of this condition
- Female gender (related to levels of the hormone progesterone)
- History of deep vein thrombosis in the legs
- Sitting or standing for a long periods
- Tall height
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