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1355 Peachtree St. NE, Suite 1550
Atlanta, Georgia 30309 US
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Veininnovation Doing Procedures on People Who Dont Need ThemWoman with Venous Disease So They Say - Midtown, GA

My doctor referred me to VeinInnovations to see Dr. Perez because I having been having pain from running what a mistake Dr.Perez told me that I need to have 3ablations a month later and I have the ablations its now November and one my doctor told me I didnt need any surgeries and my legs feel worse I called Dr.Perez she stated to come back in so that she could look at them then she stated it...

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Vein Innovations

Hate reading all the negative reviews! Vein Innovations truly improved my quality of life. I had terrible swelling and leg pain on a daily basis. I saw improvement immediately and after my third procedure, there has been no pain or swelling. Believe what you may, but I am living proof VI staff and doctors are all amazing!

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS, University of Pennsylvania
    Medical: MD, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Emergency Medicine, East Carolina University

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What is the best treatment to get rid of these veins on my legs? (Photos)

There are a number of different treatment options to treat the visible veins that are shown in the pictures. I suspect that there is underlying venous... READ MORE

Are these normal or varicose veins? (photo)

These appear to be normal veins. They may appear more prominent after exercise but they are not bulging or dilated which would indicate varicose veins... READ MORE

Dark places from Sclerotherapy?

It is difficult to answer this question without a photo. I will say that it is possible that only some of the veins closed with the initial... READ MORE

Not sure if my veins are responding to Sclerotherapy (Photo)

It is difficult to tell based on the photo if the veins are closed or not. Typically the veins will look worse after sclerotherapy because there will... READ MORE

I'm 19 year old and have vericose vein. Dr. has suggested me laser treatment. Is it a good option to close the vein at this age?

You are not too young to have treatment if you are suffering from varicose veins. Unfortunately, venous disease only worsens as you get older. By... READ MORE

Varicose vein cure - when to be examined by a specialist?

Many vein practices will offer a free screening to patients that are not sure if their problem is medical versus cosmetic. This might be an option for... READ MORE

Hard lumps in groin each side of incision for varicose vein removal.they are large is it normal and will they go.

It is completely normal to feel hard lumps over the incisions where varicose veins were removed. Sometimes these are small hematomas or remnants of... READ MORE

Is this matting after Sclerotherapy? I had it done 1 week ago on my spider veins. (photos)

The picture appears to show some large veins that have been closed with sclerotherapy with associated bruising. Because these veins are larger than... READ MORE

Laser vs Sclerotherapy for lots of little purple veins. Which is more effective in my case? (Photo)

Sclerotherapy is the gold standard treatment for spider veins such as yours. If you have any symptoms of venous disease or any bulging veins, I... READ MORE

What type of spider vein treatment do I need? (Photos)

Based on your picture and the symptoms you are having as well as the fact that you are developing varicose veins, I suggest you have a venous... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Perez

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Can My Treatment Be Covered My Insurance?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains how most treatments for venous disease can be covered by insurance. The first step is to have an ultrasound to determine if you have venous disease. WATCH VIDEO

What Is a Varicose Vein and Why Do I Have It?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains what a varicose vein is and how it can be treated. WATCH VIDEO

What Is a Spider Vein?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains the difference between a spider vein and a varicose vein. Spider veins are generally a cosmetic issue and can be treated by a procedure called sclerotherapy. WATCH VIDEO

Venous Disease: Why Treating Legs Veins May Not Be Purely Cosmetic

Dr. Lisa Perez explains the significant differences between a cosmetic and non-cosmetic patient. Often, it has nothing to do with the visible veins on your legs. Dr. Perez discusses how to tell if your issue may be medical rather than cosmetic. WATCH VIDEO

Could You Have an Underlying Venous Disease?

Dr. Lisa Perez explains the difference between the two main types of patients seen at her clinic, both cosmetic patients and those who suffer from underlying venous disease. WATCH VIDEO

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