Comprehensive Vein Center (CVC) is a medical practice dedicated to the treatment of vein disease management only.
CVC was established in 2008, by Owners Tom Tran PA-C, MPAs and Michael Richards PA-C, MPAs with supervising physician Anthony Alatriste MD. With over 30 years experience between them the practice has grown to over 1000 patients. The practice started out on the east side of the villages and now is in the heart of Lake Sumter Landing at the Creek Side Medical Center. CVC has become one of the leading vein centers in all of the Villages that is completely dedicated to the treatment of vein disease. CVC hosted and sponsored the first free healthcare festival at Creekside Medical Center that raised donations for the Moffitt Cancer Center and left the Villagers rocking away to the music of the Beetles Tribute Band. CVC has been on the front page of the Lifestyle section of the Daily Sun newspaper explaining vein disease management and is a current supporter of the Villages High School Medical program. CVC is a supporter and donor of the local community Catholic Church Diocese. It is also a site for clinical research in the advanced treatment of vein disease. A current study at CVC has been selected to be presented at the 26th Annual American College of Phlebology Congress this month. The providers have performed over 3000 Laser procedures and over 10,000 injections of surface veins.
CVC is dedicated to treating vein disease; which includes leg pain, swelling, aching, discomfort, unsightly varicose and spider veins, and vein ulcers. CVC uses only the newest technology for the treatment of the various vein diseases. This includes minimally invasive laser and radiofrequency technology along with advanced ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy; thereby, negating any downtime and eliminating scars. All procedures are done in the office with the use of topical anesthetics, which help to eliminate any pain. Initial consultations are free and same day appointments are available.
CVC is dedicated to treating their patients with the respect, patience, promptness, and honesty they deserve, while accurately educating them on vein disease and the high tech treatments they offer. The doctors and staff of CVC is happy to announce that the October 29th grand opening of their second location in Tavares was well received and they look forward to helping even more patients find relief from their vein problems. CVC believes that educating the community about vein disorders and treatment options is an important part of empowering patients to take a more active role in their care. Because of this strongly held belief, they routinely host free informational seminars, so keep an eye out for information about upcoming sessions.
CVC is hosting a Free Vein Seminar at the Waterfront Inn Hotel, in Lake Sumter Landing in The Villages, on Thursday, December 13th . Spots are limited, reserve your seat today, call 352-259-5960.