Vein Clinics of America

Vein Clinics of America

Providing Vein Care to Patients in Fairfax, VA since 1987. The doctors and staff at our clinic in Fairfax specialize in providing modern diagnosis of chronic venous insufficiency including varicose and spider veins.

Our minimally invasive vein disease treatments are scientifically proven for improving vein health.

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Timeline Photos 06/29/2021

We understand the need to ensure your insurance benefits will cover treatment is just as important as making sure you leave Vein Clinics of America looking, and feeling, your best. This week's Testimonial Tuesday is from a patient who recognizes both things are vital to their overall experience with VCA.

We understand the need to ensure your insurance benefits will cover treatment is just as important as making sure you leave Vein Clinics of America looking, and feeling, your best. This week's Testimonial Tuesday is from a patient who recognizes both things are vital to their overall experience with VCA.

Timeline Photos 06/22/2021

Today's Testimonial Tuesday comes to us by way of our clinic in Minnesota, specifically, St. Louis Park. This is a survey from a long-term patient who reminded us of the importance to ensure that no matter how many times a patient visits us, they'll always get the same world-class vein treatment.

Today's Testimonial Tuesday comes to us by way of our clinic in Minnesota, specifically, St. Louis Park. This is a survey from a long-term patient who reminded us of the importance to ensure that no matter how many times a patient visits us, they'll always get the same world-class vein treatment.

Are Varicose Veins Always Visible? 06/22/2021

Are Varicose Veins Always Visible?

Did you know that you can have invisible varicose veins? Learn more here. https://www.veinclinics.com/blog/are-varicose-veins-always-visible/

Are Varicose Veins Always Visible? It’s hard to deny that visible veins on legs are a sign of varicose veins, but is this always a symptom? The experts at VCA discuss.

Timeline Photos 06/19/2021

While July 4th, 1776 is when the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, it’s vital to understand the importance of June 19, 1865, and how it relates to Juneteenth.

Abraham Lincoln, deep in the throes of guiding a divided America through a tumultuous civil war in September 1862 gave the executive order, a presidential proclamation, that as of January 1st, 1863 3.5 million enslaved African Americans in the secessionist Confederate states would have their legal status changed from enslaved to free.

It would be two-and-a-half YEARS and a Union victory over the Confederate states before an enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation would occur in one of the furthest parts of previously Confederate territory: Galveston, Texas.

The Lone Star State is now home to one of the last times when enforcement of the Proclamation would occur when Union Army general Gordon Granger proclaimed freedom from slavery in Texas. It wouldn’t be until January 31st, 1865 with the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment when it was eradicated completely from the two Union Border States (Delaware and Kentucky) where they still attempted to hold on to slavery’s sinister past.

The 13th Amendment was not ratified in Kentucky until 1976, second only to Mississippi who did not ratify the 13th Amendment, officially, until 1995.
The reason Mississippi didn’t ratify the Amendment, initially, in 1865? The state’s lawmakers were upset they had not been compensated for the value of freed slaves.

While July 4th, 1776 is when the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, it’s vital to understand the importance of June 19, 1865, and how it relates to Juneteenth.

Abraham Lincoln, deep in the throes of guiding a divided America through a tumultuous civil war in September 1862 gave the executive order, a presidential proclamation, that as of January 1st, 1863 3.5 million enslaved African Americans in the secessionist Confederate states would have their legal status changed from enslaved to free.

It would be two-and-a-half YEARS and a Union victory over the Confederate states before an enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation would occur in one of the furthest parts of previously Confederate territory: Galveston, Texas.

The Lone Star State is now home to one of the last times when enforcement of the Proclamation would occur when Union Army general Gordon Granger proclaimed freedom from slavery in Texas. It wouldn’t be until January 31st, 1865 with the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment when it was eradicated completely from the two Union Border States (Delaware and Kentucky) where they still attempted to hold on to slavery’s sinister past.

Delaware recognized history was not on their side in 1866 as they let go of their slave-holding ways, but it was Kentucky’s response to the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment that underscores the importance of why Juneteenth needs annual, if not more frequent, recognition.

Kentucky’s legislature, at first, considered only conditional ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment, which included “denying freedmen and other blacks constitutional rights while also requiring them to leave the state within ten years of freedom.”

They opted to reject the Amendment outright.

Even after the deep divide that tore the country apart, primarily because of slavery itself, “slaveholders in Kentucky continued to believe that slavery would continue to exist, and continued to hold and trade enslaved people through most of 1865.”

The 13th Amendment was not ratified in Kentucky until 1976, second only to Mississippi who did not ratify the 13th Amendment, officially, until 1995.
The reason Mississippi didn’t ratify the Amendment, initially, in 1865? The state’s lawmakers were upset they had not been compensated for the value of freed slaves.

We are more powerful together, when we recognize that which has brought us to this moment does not change the moment we’re in right now. Juneteenth is a time to reflect on our history and how each one of us is an agent for positive change.

Black history is American history.
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If you would like a fuller understanding of Juneteenth, be sure to check out Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annette Gordon-Reed’s book “On Juneteenth”

We are more powerful together when we recognize that what has brought us to this moment does not change the moment we’re in right now. Juneteenth is a time to reflect on our history and how each one of us is an agent for positive change.

Black history is American history.
.
.
.
If you would like a fuller understanding of Juneteenth, be sure to check out Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annette Gordon-Reed’s book “On Juneteenth”

While July 4th, 1776 is when the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, it’s vital to understand the importance of June 19, 1865, and how it relates to Juneteenth.

Abraham Lincoln, deep in the throes of guiding a divided America through a tumultuous civil war in September 1862 gave the executive order, a presidential proclamation, that as of January 1st, 1863 3.5 million enslaved African Americans in the secessionist Confederate states would have their legal status changed from enslaved to free.

It would be two-and-a-half YEARS and a Union victory over the Confederate states before an enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation would occur in one of the furthest parts of previously Confederate territory: Galveston, Texas.

The Lone Star State is now home to one of the last times when enforcement of the Proclamation would occur when Union Army general Gordon Granger proclaimed freedom from slavery in Texas. It wouldn’t be until January 31st, 1865 with the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment when it was eradicated completely from the two Union Border States (Delaware and Kentucky) where they still attempted to hold on to slavery’s sinister past.

The 13th Amendment was not ratified in Kentucky until 1976, second only to Mississippi who did not ratify the 13th Amendment, officially, until 1995.
The reason Mississippi didn’t ratify the Amendment, initially, in 1865? The state’s lawmakers were upset they had not been compensated for the value of freed slaves.

While July 4th, 1776 is when the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, it’s vital to understand the importance of June 19, 1865, and how it relates to Juneteenth.

Abraham Lincoln, deep in the throes of guiding a divided America through a tumultuous civil war in September 1862 gave the executive order, a presidential proclamation, that as of January 1st, 1863 3.5 million enslaved African Americans in the secessionist Confederate states would have their legal status changed from enslaved to free.

It would be two-and-a-half YEARS and a Union victory over the Confederate states before an enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation would occur in one of the furthest parts of previously Confederate territory: Galveston, Texas.

The Lone Star State is now home to one of the last times when enforcement of the Proclamation would occur when Union Army general Gordon Granger proclaimed freedom from slavery in Texas. It wouldn’t be until January 31st, 1865 with the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment when it was eradicated completely from the two Union Border States (Delaware and Kentucky) where they still attempted to hold on to slavery’s sinister past.

Delaware recognized history was not on their side in 1866 as they let go of their slave-holding ways, but it was Kentucky’s response to the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment that underscores the importance of why Juneteenth needs annual, if not more frequent, recognition.

Kentucky’s legislature, at first, considered only conditional ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment, which included “denying freedmen and other blacks constitutional rights while also requiring them to leave the state within ten years of freedom.”

They opted to reject the Amendment outright.

Even after the deep divide that tore the country apart, primarily because of slavery itself, “slaveholders in Kentucky continued to believe that slavery would continue to exist, and continued to hold and trade enslaved people through most of 1865.”

The 13th Amendment was not ratified in Kentucky until 1976, second only to Mississippi who did not ratify the 13th Amendment, officially, until 1995.
The reason Mississippi didn’t ratify the Amendment, initially, in 1865? The state’s lawmakers were upset they had not been compensated for the value of freed slaves.

We are more powerful together, when we recognize that which has brought us to this moment does not change the moment we’re in right now. Juneteenth is a time to reflect on our history and how each one of us is an agent for positive change.

Black history is American history.
.
.
.
If you would like a fuller understanding of Juneteenth, be sure to check out Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annette Gordon-Reed’s book “On Juneteenth”

We are more powerful together when we recognize that what has brought us to this moment does not change the moment we’re in right now. Juneteenth is a time to reflect on our history and how each one of us is an agent for positive change.

Black history is American history.
.
.
.
If you would like a fuller understanding of Juneteenth, be sure to check out Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annette Gordon-Reed’s book “On Juneteenth”

6 Benefits of Walking Daily 06/18/2021

6 Benefits of Walking Daily

Walking daily boasts all kinds of benefits. Here are some. https://www.veinclinics.com/blog/6-benefits-of-walking-daily/

6 Benefits of Walking Daily Walking daily benefits your health in ways that may surprise you, including better sleep & improved mood. Learn the top 6 health benefits of walking.

Essential Oils and Varicose Veins | Vein Clinics of America 06/17/2021

Essential Oils and Varicose Veins | Vein Clinics of America

Essential oils and varicose veins: what you need to know. https://www.veinclinics.com/blog/what-to-know-about-essential-oils-for-varicose-veins/

Essential Oils and Varicose Veins | Vein Clinics of America While essential oils cannot be used to cure varicose veins, there are a few ways to use essential oils to temporarily alleviate vein discomfort. Learn more.

Timeline Photos 06/15/2021

When it comes to making the first step, sometimes all it takes is a team effort to make you feel like you've made the right decision. This week's Testimonial Tuesday from a patient in Cincinnati shows just how our clinics care for each and every person who walks through the front door.

When it comes to making the first step, sometimes all it takes is a team effort to make you feel like you've made the right decision. This week's Testimonial Tuesday from a patient in Cincinnati shows just how our clinics care for each and every person who walks through the front door.

Why Are My Veins Blue and Green? | Vein Clinics of America 06/15/2021

Why Are My Veins Blue and Green? | Vein Clinics of America

Ever wonder why veins are blue? Find out here. https://www.veinclinics.com/blog/why-are-veins-blue/

Why Are My Veins Blue and Green? | Vein Clinics of America Why are your veins blue? We discuss the color of veins, green veins vs. blue veins and much more on our blog. Learn more today.

Home Remedies for Varicose Veins | Vein Clinics of America 06/14/2021

Home Remedies for Varicose Veins | Vein Clinics of America

Alleviate some of your vein symptoms at home with these at-home remedies. https://www.veinclinics.com/blog/home-remedies-for-varicose-veins/

Home Remedies for Varicose Veins | Vein Clinics of America While no home remedy can cure varicose veins, there are ways to alleviate pain & discomfort. Explore these 6 home remedies for varicose veins on our blog.

Timeline Photos 06/10/2021

When it comes to testimonials it doesn't get much better than this. It comes by way of our Chicago clinic, headed up by Dr. Macumber and staffed by an amazing support team who ensure every patient is treated as well as this patient who wrote a very kind review regarding her treatment.

When it comes to testimonials it doesn't get much better than this. It comes by way of our Chicago clinic, headed up by Dr. Macumber and staffed by an amazing support team who ensure every patient is treated as well as this patient who wrote a very kind review regarding her treatment.

9 Causes of Ankle Swelling & How to Treat Them 06/10/2021

9 Causes of Ankle Swelling & How to Treat Them

Here are the main causes of ankle swelling, and what you can do about it. https://www.veinclinics.com/blog/9-causes-of-ankle-swelling-how-to-treat-them/

9 Causes of Ankle Swelling & How to Treat Them There are a number of things that cause ankle swelling. We discuss the top 9 causes of ankle swelling & ways to treat the swelling.

06/08/2021

Congratulations to the entire Vein Clinics of America team in our Wilmington clinic for achieving an incredible accomplishment: Being named 2021 WWAY This is the Place Viewers’ Choice Award for BEST MEDICAL FACILITY!

It's a well-deserved award and we thank everyone in our clinic, and voters, who helped make this happen.

Congratulations to the entire Vein Clinics of America team in our Wilmington clinic for achieving an incredible accomplishment: Being named 2021 WWAY This is the Place Viewers’ Choice Award for BEST MEDICAL FACILITY!

It's a well-deserved award and we thank everyone in our clinic, and voters, who helped make this happen.

What to Expect During Vein Ablation Procedure | Vein Clinics of America 06/08/2021

What to Expect During Vein Ablation Procedure | Vein Clinics of America

Not sure what to expect from your vein ablation procedure? Here's what you need to know. https://www.veinclinics.com/blog/what-to-expect-during-your-vein-ablation-procedure/

What to Expect During Vein Ablation Procedure | Vein Clinics of America Are you considering vein ablation treatment, such as EVLA or sclerotherapy? Here’s everything you need to know, including recovery time, side effects & more.

06/07/2021

Congratulations to the entire Vein Clinics of America team in The Woodlands for achieving an incredible accomplishment: Being named BEST OF THE WOODLANDS AWARDS FOR VEIN DISEASE...for the 2ND YEAR in a row and now, because of this achievement, the clinic now qualifies for the 2021 THE WOODLANDS BUSINESS HALL OF FAME!

It's a well-deserved award and we thank everyone in our clinic, and voters, who helped make this happen.

Congratulations to the entire Vein Clinics of America team in The Woodlands for achieving an incredible accomplishment: Being named BEST OF THE WOODLANDS AWARDS FOR VEIN DISEASE...for the 2ND YEAR in a row and now, because of this achievement, the clinic now qualifies for the 2021 THE WOODLANDS BUSINESS HALL OF FAME!

It's a well-deserved award and we thank everyone in our clinic, and voters, who helped make this happen.

Photos from Vein Clinics of America's post 06/04/2021

We are genuinely proud and honored to announce Dr. Robert Worthington-Kirsch, of our Exton and Trevose locations, was just selected as Health Tap’s Top Phlebologist in the USA award this month. Dr. Worthington-Kirsch's commitment to his patients and the community he serves is unparalleled.

Congratulations!

Timeline Photos 06/03/2021

LGBT Pride Month is not only a time to celebrate the impact that le***an, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally but it should also serve as a reminder that hate, in any form, has no place, and no refuge in our society.

Here at VCA, we are committed to create a workplace where all employees can bring 100% of themselves to work each day. We understand that diversity and inclusion mean creating environments where all feel welcomed and where diverse opinions and thoughts can only make our company, where our employees live and the communities we serve, stronger.

LGBT Pride Month is not only a time to celebrate the impact that le***an, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally but it should also serve as a reminder that hate, in any form, has no place, and no refuge in our society.

Here at VCA, we are committed to create a workplace where all employees can bring 100% of themselves to work each day. We understand that diversity and inclusion mean creating environments where all feel welcomed and where diverse opinions and thoughts can only make our company, where our employees live and the communities we serve, stronger.

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11350 Random Hills Road, Suite 440
Fairfax, VA
22030

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Tuesday 07:00 - 15:30
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