He has performed more than 10,000 vein procedures over his career and is one of the first physicians in the United States to be certified by the American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine.
He is going to be treating Gretchen for her varicose veins in August.
Dr. Hadjbian says people should ask themselves these questions:
- Do your legs ache, itch or burn?
- Do they cramp, swell, or feel restless?
- Do you have bulging veins on your legs?
- Do you see any visible bulges but still have pain?
- Are you embarrassed to wear shorts, skirts or bathing suits?
- Are you covering up your unsightly veins with pants?
Venous Insufficiency or vein disease is a medical condition in which your veins cannot sufficiently send blood from your legs back to the heart. This condition affects approximately 40 million people in the United States. If left untreated, venous insufficiency can lead to a chronic, debilitating condition.
Vein Institute of Utah is dedicated exclusively to helping people overcome the pain and embarrassment of varicose and spider veins, without the risks, downtime or pain of surgery.
They offer state-of-the-art treatment options right in their office that are quick, minimally invasive and virtually pain-free.
Patients can determine if they have vein disease in a free screening on Saturday, July 27th from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Sandy office: 909 East 9400 South, Suite C. For more information, please call (801) 506-6337 or visit Vein Institute of Utah.