Do You Have 1 of The 6 Stages of Vein Disease?

By age 60, 70% of women and 40% of men will suffer from vein disease. Are you one of them? Vein disease is a progressive medical condition that will only get worse over time. Do you have any of these stages? Reticular veins or asymptomatic varicose veins –– Bluish-purple veins in a spiderweb-like pattern that do … Continued

Attend a Free Vein Screening: Tuesday, September 22, Noon – 7pm

Do you have painful, bulging varicose veins? Do your legs feel tired or “heavy”? Do they itch? Do you have restless legs, especially at night? Do you notice discoloration around your ankles? Then it’s time to take the first step towards healthier legs by making an appointment now. Attend the first Free Vein Screening at … Continued

Varicose Veins and Pregnancy: When Should They Be Treated?

Pregnancy is one of the contributing factors to vein disease. Other causes include genetics, weight gain, medications that contain estrogen or progesterone, and if you’ve had blood clots in the past. If you should develop varicose veins during your pregnancy, please make an appointment for an evaluation with Dr. David Calcagno and Dr. Rossi. As you … Continued

Say “Goodbye” to Unsightly Varicose Veins. Say “Hello” to Healthy Legs.

40 million Americans suffer from vein disease. Are you one of them? If you’re bothered by the pain, discomfort, and embarrassment of bulging varicose veins or unsightly spider veins, call “The Vein Docs” at Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center. Dr. David Calcagno and Dr. John Rossi are highly experienced, double board-certified vein specialists. They … Continued

The Top Five FAQs About Vein Disease (Venous Insufficiency)

We get many calls about vein disease. These are the five most popular Frequently Asked Questions that we hear: What are varicose veins? Varicose veins are enlarged, dilated, weakened veins that can no longer carry blood from your legs back to your heart against gravity. They can become swollen, painful, throb, itch and burn. What … Continued

Declare Your Independence from Painful, Bulging Varicose Veins

Throughout the month of July, 2020, the vascular specialists and our staff members at Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center want you to join us in celebrating Independence Day. So now is the time to declare your independence from the pain, discomfort, and embarrassment of bulging varicose veins and unsightly spider veins. In fact, we … Continued

Now Offering Teleconsults From The Comfort and Safety of Your Home.

If you would prefer to have your veins evaluated from the comfort, safety and convenience of your home, Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center can also meet you online. Using Telemedicine Technology—via smartphones, tablets, laptops or desktop computers with a camera for a video call to evaluate your vein issues —our team can help you: … Continued

The Wait Is Over – No Need to Delay Treatment Any Longer

Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center continues to offer safe in-office treatments for varicose veins. We’ve been taking safe steps every day to protect our patients and our staff. Throughout our organization, we are following our emergency preparedness plan and the strict guidelines set by Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center and the Centers for … Continued

Important Update About The Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic

As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues to make headlines, Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center is working hard to make sure we can continue to provide excellent care to our patients during this time. We are taking steps every day to protect our patients and our staff from this virus. Throughout our organization, we are … Continued

Important Notice About The Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic

To Our Valued Patients: As your healthcare provider, we value—and are committed to—your health and the health of your family. We also understand that you have concerns about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which has now been designated a global pandemic. At all times, we prioritize optimal health, safety and infection control. During this outbreak … Continued