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The American College of Phlebology has launched a new web portal to rise the awareness on health risks of varicose veins: Circulation is key issue of the new site.

The American College of Phlebology: Healthy Veins

Learn all about varicose veins, treatment options, prevention and management – as well as of how to find the right doctor!

Dr. Alexander Flor is member of the American College of Phlebology. He very much welcomes you for counselling on your individual care!

Why does vein disease often go untreated?

These symptoms may occur gradually, causing some primary care physicians to delay the diagnosis and treatment of vein disease. Likewise, vein symptoms are often mistakenly attributed to aging, arthritis, joint pain, or muscle fatigue.


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The American College of Phlebology´s 25th Annual Congress was a big success. Prof. Dr. Flor spent a very exciting time in Los Angeles and he didn´t miss the opportunity for professional exchange with experts such as M.D. John Mauriello, The Cardiovascular & Vein Center of Florida, Prof. Dr. med. Eberhard Rabe, President of “Deutsche Gesellschaft für Phlebologie” as well as with M.D. Ted King, Vein Clinics of America, a leadindg vein care subsidiary of IntegraMed America, Inc.

Dr. King had presented a principal study at the 20th Annual Congress of the American College of Phlebology and it was selected as part of the most significant advancements in the treatment of varicose vein disease.

Last but not least there is to mention Ms. Dr. Tanja Ebanks who is not only a specialist in treatment of spider veins and hand veins, but she currently is also dealing with breast problems such as cysts, fibroadenomas or even managing breast cancer on Cayman Island.

American College of Phlebology – 25th Annual Congress

November 3-6, 2011Los Angeles, CA • Hosted at the JW Marriott housed within the L.A. Live entertainment complex, just steps from the Staples Center.

Dr. Flor will be attending the American College of Phlebology’s 25th Annual Congress! This year the Program Planning Committee, chaired by Dr. Marlin Schul, has put together an outstanding program with nationally and internationally recognized phlebologists providing the necessary and most current information on venous and lymphatic disease including diagnosis, pathophysiology, and treatment.