The Miller Vein Difference
Unhealthy Veins Affect Quality of Life.
People with varicose veins report a quality of life similar to patients who have had a heart attack, hip fracture, or stroke. This is even worse for those who develop a venous leg ulcer!
Varicose veins can get worse, cause serious problems, and become more difficult to treat the longer they are ignored.
Even without visible varicose or spider veins, you may have a vein disorder if you experience any of the following leg symptoms:
Swelling • Fatigue • Varicose Veins • Itching
Heaviness • Pain • Throbbing • Restless Legs
Ulcers • Cramps
The Miller Vein Promise
We will never treat you like a number
We will always respect you and listen to you
We will never sell or perform unnecessary procedures
You’re More Than a Number
At Miller Vein, we’ll take the time to get to know you, understand your story, and provide care that will help you look and feel your very best. We’ll never suggest unnecessary treatments or treat you like a number.
We’re here to help
Michael R. Bischoff M.D.BOARD CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL RADIOLOGIST
Michael E. Lulenski M.D.BOARD CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL RADIOLOGIST
Steven K. Wang M.D.BOARD CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL RADIOLOGIST
Jefferey H. Miller M.D.BOARD CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL RADIOLOGIST
Vein care is all we do, which means faster, safer, and more cost-effective treatments for you. Patient satisfaction is our top priority – we aren’t happy until you’re happy.
5 Simple Steps to Legs Like New
- 1. In-depth vein consultation
- 2. Insurance Approval
- 3. In-Office Procedure
- 4. Ultrasound Check-up
- 5. Long-term Care
1. In-depth vein consultation
Includes ultrasound mapping, immediate exam results, and a custom treatment plan.
2. Insurance Approval
We seek insurance approval, so you don’t have to.
3. In-Office Procedure
Procedures are typically 20 minutes or less! Total time in office is usually under an hour.
4. Ultrasound Check-up
Within 2 weeks of your procedure, you’ll stop in for a quick 15-minute ultrasound visit.
5. Long-term Care
We are always here for you. Venous disease is a chronic condition, but our long-term management makes it easy for you.