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Complimentary Physician Visits

This is the perfect opportunity to meet our physicians, as well as their teams of vein care specialists, to answer your questions about spider vein treatment, varicose vein treatment and other vein treatment options.

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Of the 30–40 million Americans affected by chronic venous insufficiency,
only 1.9 million seek treatment each year.

Meet Our Physicians

All of us at Center for Vein Restoration would like to thank you for choosing our team to meet your healthcare needs. It is our privilege to see you and we wish to reassure you that our expert team of physicians and support staff will do all they can to make sure you have the best experience possible! To learn more about our physicians, please click here.

All of us at Center for Vein Restoration would like to thank you for choosing our team to meet your healthcare needs. It is our privilege to see you and we wish to reassure you that our expert team of physicians and support staff will do all they can to make sure you have the best experience possible! To learn more about our physicians, please click here.

Alfred Jump, MD

Alfred Jump, MD

Experience: 7 Years

“As one of the newest physicians to join Center for Vein Restoration, I’m proud to have been tapped to lead the new clinic in Owings Mills, Maryland. I look forward to bringing relief to local patients suffering from the painful symptoms of venous insufficiency.”

  • Board Certifications

    Emergency Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    The George Washington University School of Medicine

  • Professional Associations

    University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Khanh Q. Nguyen, DO, RPVI

Khanh Q. Nguyen, DO, RPVI

Experience: 14 Years

“I specialize in quick and painless procedures that ensure the best outcomes for my patients and, when necessary, treating ulcers – the highest level of expertise in vascular access.”

  • Board Certifications

    American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography, American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri

  • Professional Associations

    Associate Clinical Professor at Georgetown University Medical School, American Osteopathic Association, Diplomate of the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine

Sean K. Stewart, MS, MD

Sean K. Stewart, MS, MD

Experience: 11 Years

“I’m interested in increasing awareness of this common disease. Participating in providing treatment to people suffering from this under diagnosed and under appreciated disease.”

  • Board Certifications

    Venous disease

  • Medical Schools

    University of Maryland Medical School

  • Professional Associations

    Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland

❯ Duc Le, MD

Duc Le, MD

Experience: 20 Years

“Most patients with venous insufficiency have been living with the disease for many years without realizing that effective treatment is available. One of the most common comments I get from our patients at follow up is that they wished they’d seek treatment years sooner.”

  • Board Certifications

    Emergency Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    University of Louisville

  • Professional Associations

    Vietnam Assistance for the Handicapped, Hope for Tomorrow, Mission of Mercy free clinic in Germantown, Maryland

❯ Dov Frankel, MD, MSc, FACEP

Dov Frankel, MD, MSc, FACEP

Experience: 14 Years

“I have always been fascinated by the human anatomy. As an emergency medicine physician, I take pride in the numerous medical procedures I perform on a daily basis.

  • Board Certifications

    Emergency Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    Ben Gurion University

  • Professional Associations

    Sinai Hospital

❯ Thomas Militano, MD, PhD, RPVI

Thomas Militano, MD, PhD, RPVI

Experience:  Years

"I became interested in the treatment of venous insufficiency some eight years ago because of the advent of a new and effective treatment of a population of patients that had long been underserved."

  • Board Certifications

    Thoracic Surgery

  • Medical Schools

    Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

  • Professional Associations

    Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, the American College of Cardiology, the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, and the American College of Chest Physicians

❯ Michael Malone, MD

Michael Malone, MD

Experience: 20 Years

"Having a smiling patient come back and tell me their life has changed for the better gets me every time!"

  • Board Certifications

    General and Vascular Surgeon

  • Medical Schools

    Boston University and Hahnemann University

  • Professional Associations

    Member of the Society for Vascular Surgery, the American Venous Forum Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, the American Medical Association, National Medical Association, and the Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society

❯ Lawrence Starin, MD, FACS

Lawrence Starin, MD, FACS

Experience: 30 Years

“I initially became interested in venous disease during my time working with patients with chronic wounds. I found that treating the underlying venous disease was paramount in getting the wound to heal.”

  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Surgery

  • Medical Schools

    Columbia University

  • Professional Associations

    American College of Surgeons

❯ Laura Harlan, DO

Laura Harlan, DO

Experience: 22 Years

In 2017, Dr. Harlan joined the Center for Vein Restoration and began treating patients in all aspects of venous disease. She takes pride in being able to evaluate, diagnose and treat her patients’ venous disease from start to finish.

  • Board Certifications

  • Medical Schools

    Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

  • Professional Associations

Alfred Jump, MD

Alfred Jump, MD

Experience: 7 Years

“As one of the newest physicians to join Center for Vein Restoration, I’m proud to have been tapped to lead the new clinic in Owings Mills, Maryland. I look forward to bringing relief to local patients suffering from the painful symptoms of venous insufficiency.”

  • Board Certifications

    Emergency Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    The George Washington University School of Medicine

  • Professional Associations

    University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Khanh Q. Nguyen, DO, RPVI

Khanh Q. Nguyen, DO, RPVI

Experience: 14 Years

“I specialize in quick and painless procedures that ensure the best outcomes for my patients and, when necessary, treating ulcers – the highest level of expertise in vascular access.”

  • Board Certifications

    American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography, American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri

  • Professional Associations

    Associate Clinical Professor at Georgetown University Medical School, American Osteopathic Association, Diplomate of the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine

Sean K. Stewart, MS, MD

Sean K. Stewart, MS, MD

Experience: 11 Years

“I’m interested in increasing awareness of this common disease. Participating in providing treatment to people suffering from this under diagnosed and under appreciated disease.”

  • Board Certifications

    Venous disease

  • Medical Schools

    University of Maryland Medical School

  • Professional Associations

    Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland

Duc Le, MD

Duc Le, MD

Experience: 20 Years

“Most patients with venous insufficiency have been living with the disease for many years without realizing that effective treatment is available. One of the most common comments I get from our patients at follow up is that they wished they’d seek treatment years sooner.”

  • Board Certifications

    Emergency Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    University of Louisville

  • Professional Associations

    Vietnam Assistance for the Handicapped, Hope for Tomorrow, Mission of Mercy free clinic in Germantown, Maryland

Dov Frankel, MD, MSc, FACEP

Dov Frankel, MD, MSc, FACEP

Experience: 14 Years

“I have always been fascinated by the human anatomy. As an emergency medicine physician, I take pride in the numerous medical procedures I perform on a daily basis.

  • Board Certifications

    Emergency Medicine

  • Medical Schools

    Ben Gurion University

  • Professional Associations

    Sinai Hospital

Thomas Militano, MD, PhD, RPVI

Thomas Militano, MD, PhD, RPVI

Experience:  Years

"I became interested in the treatment of venous insufficiency some eight years ago because of the advent of a new and effective treatment of a population of patients that had long been underserved."

  • Board Certifications

    Thoracic Surgery

  • Medical Schools

    Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

  • Professional Associations

    Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, the American College of Cardiology, the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, and the American College of Chest Physicians

Michael Malone, MD

Michael Malone, MD

Experience: 20 Years

"Having a smiling patient come back and tell me their life has changed for the better gets me every time!"

  • Board Certifications

    General and Vascular Surgeon

  • Medical Schools

    Boston University and Hahnemann University

  • Professional Associations

    Member of the Society for Vascular Surgery, the American Venous Forum Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, the American Medical Association, National Medical Association, and the Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society

Lawrence Starin, MD, FACS

Lawrence Starin, MD, FACS

Experience: 30 Years

“I initially became interested in venous disease during my time working with patients with chronic wounds. I found that treating the underlying venous disease was paramount in getting the wound to heal.”

  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Surgery

  • Medical Schools

    Columbia University

  • Professional Associations

    American College of Surgeons

Laura Harlan, DO

Laura Harlan, DO

Experience: 22 Years

In 2017, Dr. Harlan joined the Center for Vein Restoration and began treating patients in all aspects of venous disease. She takes pride in being able to evaluate, diagnose and treat her patients’ venous disease from start to finish.

  • Board Certifications

  • Medical Schools

    Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

  • Professional Associations

Left untreated, symptoms of vein disease can become progressively worse,
contributing to 4.6 million work days lost.

Our Locations

As an actively expanding organization, CVR has assembled the most qualified and experienced team of physicians, researchers, and staff to serve patients across our 70+ vein center locations.

Our North Maryland locations

Click on a location name for address, telephone number and a link to driving directions.

By age 50, 41% of women will suffer from varicose veins. Likewise, by the time they reach their 60s, 42% of men will suffer from venous insufficiency as well.

Types of Vein Conditions

There are two primary types of vein conditions—both of which are indicative of some level of underlying venous insufficiency. Spider veins are tangled groups of tiny blood vessels just under the skin’s surface that resemble spider webs, hence their name. Typically, they are red, blue or purple and are clearly visible on the thighs, lower legs and face. Varicose veins tend to be larger in diameter and are visibly bumpy or rope-like. Both types of vein conditions can produce physical symptoms—from leg pain and fatigue to itching, burning and nighttime restlessness. Only a comprehensive ultrasound scan can reveal what truly lies beneath your skin.

Varicose Veins

Often painful and unsightly, varicose veins are visibly bumpy or rope-like and may occur in almost any part of the leg—most often in the back of the calf or on the inside of the leg between the groin and the ankle. Varicose veins can be sometimes be debilitating, limit a person’s mobility, and affect their quality of life.

Common symptoms include:

  • leg pain
  • aching, or cramping
  • fatigued or heavy-feeling legs
  • itching/burning
  • swollen ankles
  • restless legs
  • ulcers (in severe cases)
Spider Vein
Spider Vein

Spider Veins

Spider veins are tangled groups of tiny blood vessels just under the skin’s surface that resemble spider webs or tree branches. Typically, they are red, blue or purple and are clearly visible on the thighs, lower legs and face.

Common symptoms include:

  • an uncomfortable feeling in the legs
  • swelling
  • rash
  • throbbing, cramping, or aching
  • restless legs
  • itching around the veins
  • skin ulcers

Patient Testimonials

Yvonne

“They’re not big and ugly anymore! The blood is circulating and my legs don’t feel heavy anymore.”

Andy

“I can walk and get around”

Emily

“I’m more active, and I’m able to keep up with my grandchildren.”

Anne

“I can walk, and move, and I don’t have any humps-and-bumps when I walk.”

Nancy

“I can walk again.”

Erma

“I’m able to experience freedom from pain! The discomfort is gone, and I enjoy my life better.”

Everyone was very nice, friendly and professional. All of my questions and concerns were answered. During the procedure, Dr. Meilman explained what he was doing, as well as, how the veins would respond and how they worked. (We also talked about Porsches!) I was totally at ease and felt very confident in him and his staff.”

—Edward

From a leg in pain with ropey, raised veins, to a leg in peace – not hot, not aching, and smooth as silk. I should have done it long ago!”

—Aprille

Walked in with swelling pain. Walked out later with no pain and drove home.”

—Gary

Before & After Results

Center for Vein Restoration is extremely proud that our patient satisfaction rate regularly exceeds 95%, and here you can see for yourself why. Photos shown below are pre-procedure and 1-month post-procedure.

John

“The techs and physician were very pleasant, helpful and competent.
Appointments were on time. Phone follow-up was appreciated.
I had a good experience and seemingly good results.”

Kathleen

“Cannot ask for more! The staff was great and my treatment was excellent.”

James

“Everybody on staff were very nice and professional. The results are tremendous! I can actually lift my legs up and walk without difficulty. The difference is unbelieveable.”

Debbie

“My legs are not tired and I don’t have that ‘creepy feeling’.”

David

“I am most pleased by the fact that all the staff especially the doctor knew my name and who I am. The doctor, even after my procedure during the followups, checked in with me and remembered my long commute to Loudon County for work. I am just not a face or a co-pay, the patient-doctor relationship seems to really matter. That is what keeps you coming back if needed.”

Cheryl

“Fast and painless!”

Charmaine

“Everyone is welcoming. Experience was calm and staff kept me at ease — explained everything and answered all my questions. Staff is very professional.”

Teresa

“My experience with the doctor and his staff was excellent. Everyone was extremely friendly, professional, and committed to treating my legs with the highest level of care. I would absolutely recommend them to friends/family. And, my legs are looking very good for the first time in many years. Thank you so very, very much!”

Richard

“I had some very gnarly looking veins popping out all over my legs. The professionalism and care from the staff made my experience and all of my visits exceptional, even gave the staff a great cookie recipe. Would recommend this facility to anyone!”