Center for Vein Restoration Opens First Location in Arizona with Dr. Nick Morrison
Tuesday, 8 January 2019 Nick Morrison MD, FACS, FACPh partners with CVR to open Mesa center
PHOENIX (PRWEB) January 08, 2019
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is proud to announce its partnership with industry leader Dr. Nick Morrison in establishing their first Arizona location. Dr. Morrison’s practice will be the western-most center in CVR’s network of vein clinics throughout the U.S. Nick Morrison, MD, FACS, FACPh has been practicing in Arizona since 1977, most recently as the co-founder of the Morrison Vein Institute. His CVR practice will open in Mesa on January 7.
Dr. Morrison is a leader in the field of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, presiding over such industry-guiding organizations as the International Union of Phlebology, the American Vein and Lymphatic Society (AVLS – Formerly known as the American College of Phlebology), the Foundation for Vein and Lymphatic Disease and the Arizona Chapter of the American College of Surgeons during his nearly four-decade long career. He has presented at hundreds of medical conferences, and has written dozens of papers that have been published in medical and scientific journals, as well as book chapters in venous texts.
“Dr. Morrison is the physician who has helped define all standards of care in the industry,” said Dr. Sanjiv Lakhanpal, CEO and President of Center for Vein Restoration. “Every center we open is another opportunity to bring outstanding vein care to the local community.” The vision of the Center for Vein Restoration is to continuously redefine the care of patients with venous disorders by providing comprehensive vein care throughout the United States in an environment of clinical excellence, integrity, mutual respect and trust.
“I have most recently dedicated my career to the diagnosis and treatment of venous and lymphatic disease,” said Dr. Morrison. “It is exciting to join a network of physicians that share my focus and values.”
Dr. Morrison also pioneers vein care in developing countries. For nearly 30 years, Dr. Morrison and his wife, Terri, have directed a volunteer medical organization called Amigos de Salud, which they founded with a mandate to deliver free medical and surgical care to indigent populations in Ecuador, Peru and Nicaragua. These volunteer trips have included renowned phlebologists from all over the world, treating indigent people suffering from venous disease and ulcerations.
ABOUT VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY
Venous insufficiency, the cause of significant suffering due to the sequelae of venous hypertension, most commonly arises as achy, tired and heavy legs. It may or may not be associated with varicose veins, spider veins or skin changes including venous ulcerations and indiscriminately affects between 30–40 million Americans. Numerous factors including age, weight, prolonged sitting or standing, genetics or a history of DVT (blood clots) can increase the risk of developing this common and often underdiagnosed disorder. Treatment options have evolved to an array of minimally invasive procedures in an office setting.
ABOUT CENTER FOR VEIN RESTORATION
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is the largest physician led practice treating venous disease in the country. Having performed its first procedure in 2007 under President and CEO Dr. Sanjiv Lakhanpal, Center for Vein Restoration has since become a nationally recognized leader in the treatment of Chronic Venous Insufficiency. With 70 centers and growing, CVR has over 400 employees and conducts over 100,000 patient interactions each year. To learn more about CVR and its mission, visit http://www.centerforvein.com or by phone at 1-800-FIX-LEGS.