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"I believe in patient-centered care with a focus on the disease process as a whole, rather than lesion focused."
Awards & Recognition
Conrad Jobst Endowed Fellowship
Adjunct Professor of Vascular Surgery U of M
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, NM
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: University of Michigan Health Systems
Treatments offered at Restoration Vein Care
Most popular answers from Jordan Knepper, MD
Now that you have had a recurrence. And it looks like there are more than just spider veins. I think you would be best served by visiting a vein... READ MORE
Hello the normal progression of sclerotherapy occurs over 3 to 6 months. In the first several weeks bruising aching and bumps is quite normal. it's... READ MORE
I have a vein on my thigh, approximately 3/4" long. Is scelerotherapy the best option for removing it? (photos)
If this is the only vein. I think sclerotherapy would do a nice job. I am would only say that if there are multiple abnormal veins in the legs I would... READ MORE
Developing venous disease after orthopedic injury is quite common sometimes related to small blood clots sometimes related to direct injury to the... READ MORE
Hand veins including yours are not often truly vericose. Sclero is likely to be a short term solution. The real issue is loss of fat in the hands. A... READ MORE
Pain in calf after sclerotherapy. Can anyone advise me what it could be and how long it could take to clear?
By removing the stocking early this may have allowed the vein to fill with clot. And cause superficial thrombophlebitis. I would recommend and... READ MORE
First and for more the veins can recur. There is a change for brown staining at the injection site. And rarely there can be skin breakdown. Blood... READ MORE
Hand Sclerotherapy. I have hard, solid, clotted lumps on hands after 5 weeks causing discoloration. Is this normal?
Yes this can be normal bumps and discoloration are normal for 3 to 6 months after sclerotherapy. Additionally some discoloration can be permanent... READ MORE
The main issue with sun exposure after Venous treatment is staining from the blood left behind the could become permanent. So the longer you wait the... READ MORE
Would sclerotheraphy or laser treatment be the best option for my spider veins behind knee and thighs? (Photo)
For these spider vein. I feel the better and more durable results would come from sclerotherapy I think laser you be fine but these are large enough... READ MORE
Before and After Photos by Dr. Knepper
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