If you experience vein disease that affects your health or well-being, the Vein Clinic at Boca Raton Regional Hospital can help.
Our vascular surgeons and trained team expertly diagnose and treat your venous disease. We offer minimally invasive therapies to reduce the pain and discomfort caused by venous disease, including but not limited to diseased veins, blockages, clots, or larger varicose veins. We also offer cosmetic treatments for smaller varicose and spider veins.
What conditions does the Vein Clinic treat?
Our experts treat a wide range of venous diseases and cosmetic issues, including:
- Blood clots and deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
- Central venous disease and obstruction
- Chronic venous hypertension
- May-Thurner Syndrome
- Pelvic congestion syndrome
- Post-thrombotic syndrome
- Spider veins
- Varicose veins
- Venous insufficiency
- Venous malformations
- Venous Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Venous wounds and ulcers
What should I expect at the Vein Clinic?
The Vein Clinic is conveniently located in our accredited vascular lab. We are equipped with top-of-the-line imaging technology and staffed by technologists trained specifically to conduct vascular diagnostic studies.
During your comprehensive vascular evaluation, our providers will assess your entire vascular system to determine the underlying cause of your symptoms. We’ll review your your options, and help you understand what to expect before and after treatment.
What services and treatments are offered at the Vein Clinic?
We offer a comprehensive venous evaluation, with a wide range of procedures tailored to your needs. These include:
- Catheter and port placements – large IVs used for dialysis, chemotherapy, long term antibiotics or other venous infusions
- Compression garment fittings – stockings and garments to improve blood flow in your legs, arms, and pelvis, which reduce swelling and alleviate symptoms
- IVC filters – a filter placed to prevent blood clots from entering your lungs and causing a pulmonary embolism
- Mechanical thrombectomy – physical removal of blood clots
- Patient counseling and education
- Phlebectomy – office-based procedure that uses microincisions to remove bothersome and diseased bulging varicose veins
- Radiofrequency ablation – minimally invasive, office-based procedure which uses radiofrequency to close a damaged or diseased vein
- Sclerotherapy – chemical injections to eliminate spider veins
- Stents – metal tubes to open blocked veins
- Thrombolytic therapy – chemicals to dissolve blood clots
- Ultrasound – noninvasive imaging of veins used to diagnose underlying disease
- Venograms – (Catheter-based, CT and MR)
At our Vein Clinic, we value communication and patient education. We want you to understand your condition, and we will tailor your treatment plan to fit your needs.
Eileen C. de Grandis, M.D., RPVI, FAC
Dr. de Grandis, a board-certified vascular surgeon, directs the Vein Clinic. She specializes in treating all types of vascular disease and works with a team of physician assistants and registered vascular ultrasound technologists.
Meet the Team
The Vein Clinic is under the directorship of Eileen C. de Grandis, M.D. RPVI FACS, a board-certified vascular surgeon, specializing in treating all vascular disease from head to toe. Along with board-certified surgeons, our team includes physician assistants and registered vascular ultrasound technologists.
- Eileen C. de Grandis, MD
- Alisha Goldberg PA-C
- Michael Selepec PA-C
Make an Appointment
You can make an appointment directly to see one of our vascular surgeons, or your physician can make a referral.