NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Center for Vein Restoration (CVR), the nation's largest physician-lead
On Saturday, November 10, Dr. Sanjiv Lakhanpal, President and CEO of CVR, will lead, "Our Challenges, Our Opportunities, Our Future Together!" a breakfast session designed to show how CVR is approaching current health care challenges, and how a partnership with CVR can have a positive impact on a doctor's business. For a full look at CVR's ACP presence or to sign up for a seat at the breakfast, visit http://www.cvrstrongertogether.com/acp/. CVR will also be hosting the ACP President's Reception later that evening.
"In a little over a decade, we've gone from our first procedure as a company, to over 70 centers across the United States," said Dr. Lakhanpal. "We are excited to be at the Annual Congress again this year, with the goal of sharing our success and inspiring more leading physicians to join our rapidly expanding team."
"If you talk to any doctor in the field, you will hear about the same challenges over and over," continued Dr. Lakhanpal. "We believe doctors should have the freedom to focus on their specialty and their patients. A CVR partnership means having the tools to make your business succeed."
The ACP Annual Congress is a comprehensive, international program, convening the foremost experts on vein care from around the world. The Congress will address the full spectrum of deep and superficial vein care in didactic, interactive, debate and hands-on simulation sessions. Over 30 doctors from the Center for Vein Restoration physician team will be in attendance, with several participating as speakers or panelists in sessions throughout the conference.
ABOUT VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY Venous insufficiency, the cause of significant suffering due to the sequelae of venous hypertension, most commonly arises as achy, tired and heavy legs. It may or may not be associated with varicose veins, spider veins or skin changes including venous ulcerations and indiscriminately affects between 30–40 million Americans. Numerous factors including age, weight, prolonged sitting or standing, genetics or a history of DVT (blood clots) can increase the risk of developing this common and often underdiagnosed disorder. Treatment options have evolved to an array of minimally invasive procedures in an office setting.
ABOUT CENTER FOR VEIN RESTORATION Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is the largest physician led practice treating venous disease in the country. Having performed its first procedure in 2007 under President and CEO Dr. Sanjiv Lakhanpal, Center for Vein Restoration has since become a nationally recognized leader in the treatment of Chronic Venous Insufficiency. With 70 centers and growing, CVR has over 400 employees and conducts over 100,000 patient interactions each year. To learn more about CVR and its mission, visit http://www.centerforvein.com or by phone at 1-800-FIX-LEGS.
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