You can achieve amazing results for spider vein removal or varicose vein removal in Troy. The Miller Vein Team ensures that you will be cared for by board certified interventional radiologists and phlebologists. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, Miller Vein offers the latest in medical care for the vein patient. The treatments and procedures are quick and stress free. Patients are able to walk out of the clinic within an hour after a varicose vein treatment in Troy and a complete spider vein treatment can take less than an hour!
230 W. Maple Road
Troy, MI 48084
Entrance Located in the back of building
Steven K. Wang M.D.
A native of Chicago, IL, Steven Wang M.D. received his formal education in the Midwest. His undergraduate studies were performed at the University of Wisconsin, where he completed a double major in biochemistry and molecular biology, graduating with distinction in 1987. His medical school education was completed at the University of Illinois in 1991. It was there that his interest in the procedural care of patients began. He began his residency training in general surgery, but decided to change his focus to more minimally invasive procedures using imaging guidance (ultrasound, CT scan, MRI, X-ray). He completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology and fellowship in Interventional Radiology in 1997.
Since his residency training, Dr. Wang’s specific area of interest has been venous disorders. He was the first physician to bring minimally invasive endovenous treatments for varicose veins to William Beaumont Hospital, first with radiofrequency technology after its initial FDA approval, then with laser technology. His expertise in the treatment of complex vascular diseases is well known to other physicians. Over the past decade; Dr. Wang has lectured extensively and published multiple articles in the field of interventional radiology. He has trained many physicians in the treatment of varicose veins and other complex venous diseases. He was the fellowship director and director of resident education in Interventional Radiology at William Beaumont Hospital and has been voted Teacher of the Year.
Dr. Wang has served on numerous committees with a focus on quality assurance and patient care, including serving on the Peripheral Vascular Interventions Advisory Committee of the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Cardiovascular Consortium, a multi-center, state-wide initiative to improve patient care in Michigan.