Fox 10 was at our office interviewing Dr Morrison and a patient of ours about CoolTouch Laser to treat veins. Thanks to TV and social media, patients can learn about new therapies to treat their veins.
In the last 2 years, the FDA has approved a New Foam called Varisolve ( Varithena) for treating venous insufficiency, in other words a way to treat or close the leaking, saphenous veins that used to be stripped out! This isn’t used for the surface, cosmetic, skin veins that we can see. This replaces therapies like laser or radio frequency ablation or MOCA, Clarivein type procedures.
The other approved last November is VenaSeal, Closure by Medtronic. ( medtronicendovenous.com) This procedure is the only non thermal, non- tumescent, non-sclerosant procedure that uses a proprietary adhesive delivered by a doctor using their kit to deliver in the saphenous vein, to close the veins with faulty valves. Patients who fear anesthetic, heat, pain etc will prefer this method and if this is the only treatment needed, the patient won’t need compression stockings that day and may return to work or play.
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Morrison Vein Institute is pleased to announce their newest associate, Susan Cortesi, MD, FACS. Dr. Cortesi is highly regarded in general surgery is Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery, a fellow of American College of Surgeons and a member of the American College of Phlebology.
A proud native of Arizona, Dr. Cortesi graduated cum laude from Arizona State University with a BS in psychology in 1986, then continued on to the University of Arizona College of Medicine, serving her internship and residency in general surgery at the Maricopa Medical Center, 1990-1995.
Advocating for personal responsibility and wellness, Dr. Cortesi believes in empowering her patients in prevention, wellness and integrative care. With the desire to serve others, she participated in a 10-week medical mission in the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Dr. Cortesi is the mother of three teenage children ranging from 14 to 18 years of age, and she enjoys her free time pursuing Shotokan Karate, Zumba, yoga, hiking, cooking, and audio books.
Terri Morrison was on CBS News 5 this morning talking about the FREE Health event we are having tonight in Scottsdale. Check out the video below from the segment this morning. Call us to RSVP for tonight’s event at 480-860-6455.
Morrison Vein Institute was featured on ABC 15 Sonoran Living Live show today. Terri Morrison and Kelly Lorenzen showed off tie dye compression leggings that are sold at Morrison Vein Institute, while talking about varicose veins, treatments, and symptoms of vein disease. They also talked about an Evening Soirée coming up at Dr Jeffrey Ptak’s office in Scottsdale, free to patients of Morrrison Vein Institute and Dr Ptak. Click on the following link to watch the show on ABC 15’s website:
I came across a great video on YouTube that explains the VNUS Closure procedure for venous reflux, aka vein disease. So I thought I would share it with you. If you have leg pain or swelling, ankle veins, restless leg, discoloration or tired heavy feeling in your legs, you should seek help from a Phlebologist. A doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of veins and vein disease is called a Phlebologist.
The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce came to our Tempe office with a video crew and interviewed Morrison Vein Institute co-owners, Terri & Nick Morrison, for the 2011 Business Impact Awards. They were asked about innovation, response to adversity, company culture and their compassionate outreach to people in Central and South America.