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Miller Vein named official Ambassador of the COVID-19 Workplace Safety Program

Miller Vein is proud to announce its status as an official Ambassador of the Covid-19 Workplace Safety Program through MIOSHA. We are thankful to our teammates for their diligent efforts and attention to detail in maintaining the highest level of patient safety. To ensure the safety of our friends, families, coworkers and patients, we will… Read More

I Need Hip (or Knee) Surgery and Vein Treatment. Which Should I get Treated First?

Every day we see patients with varicose veins, and these same individuals are often suffering from osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease).  This should come as no surprise, since aging is a significant risk factor for both vein and joint disease.  As most people know, wear and tear eventually will weaken bones, joints, and the cartilage in… Read More

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Imagine Your Great Legs “I’ve had a less than perfect experience with other doctors with regard to my vein treatment. But Miller Vein and their staff was perfect! Thank you!” – Steve “I had ropey, ugly, and painful varicose veins. I suffered from prolonged throbbing in my left leg… The procedure was pain-free… My legs… Read More

Can an Octogenarian Safely Receive Vein Treatment?

Varicose veins in the United States are a common problem. In fact, it is estimated that approximately 30% of the adult population have these irritating veins. Unfortunately, many physicians believe that these are only a cosmetic problem, especially when they care for an elderly patient. Nothing could be further from the truth! Varicose veins are… Read More

What Science Says about Healing a Leg Ulcer

The most common cause of a leg ulcer is a faulty vein(s) that allows blood to leak or travel the wrong way in your lower extremity. A useful analogy to how of these leg ulcers form is to think of your vein as a leaking pipe and your skin is dry wall. Now imagine the… Read More

Another Reason to Appreciate Health Care Workers: Vein Disease

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the public in general has appreciated health care workers more than ever. Yard signs are still scattered about thanking these frontline caregivers. A recent study demonstrated that chronic vein disease is very common in these workers. This is in spite of the fact that they don’t have other cardiovascular comorbidities (i.e…. Read More

Miller Vein First to Perform FDA-Approved VenaSeal™ Treatment in Southeast Michigan, A Nonsurgical Solution to Treat Varicose Veins

Miller Vein, Metro-Detroit’s primary vein clinic, now offers patients VenaSeal™ as a treatment option for varicose veins. Jeffrey H. Miller, MD and his staff performed the first treatment in Southeast Michigan on Thursday, February 11, 2016. The VenaSeal™ closure system uses a “medical-superglue” to close diseased veins in patients with venous reflux disease. VenaSeal™ is… Read More

Miller Vein Billing Team Achieves ICD-10 Certification

August 18, 2015 – The AAPC (American Academy for Professional Coders) will require all those with a certified professional coder (CPC) credential to pass an ICD-10 proficiency exam to keep their certification by October 1, 2015. The Miller Vein billing team successfully implemented the code set in the practice, tested with the carriers and are… Read More

Intersocietal Accreditation Commission

Miller Vein Receives Vascular Testing Reaccreditation by the IAC

August 5, 2015 – Miller Vein has been granted a three-year term of reaccreditation in Vascular Testing in the areas of Peripheral Venous Testing by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). Miller Vein has proudly remained an accredited vein clinic since 2012. Health care organizations are held to high levels of accountability. Patients should remain cautious… Read More

Myasthenia Gravis Golf Outing

The Miller Vein Team Participates in Myasthenia Gravis Assn. Golf Outing

June 22, 2015- The Miller Vein team participated in the annual Myasthenia Gravis Association Golf Outing on Monday, June 22, 2015. Miller Vein sponsored a hole and had a foursome partake in the friendly competition at the Sycamore Hills Golf Club. The event helps raise money for patients struggling with the neuromuscular disease. This years… Read More