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Phlebology is the medical discipline that involves the diagnosis and treatment of venous disorders, including spider veins, varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency, venous leg ulcers, congenital venous abnormalities, venous thromboembolism and other disorders of venous origin. A phlebologist has attained a minimum of 50 hours of CME units in phlebology-Related courses, and is knowledgeable of and trained in a variety of diagnostic techniques including physical examination, venous imaging techniques such as duplex ultrasound, CT and MR, plethysmographic techniques and laboratory evaluation Related to venous thromboembolism. The phlebologist is also trained in a variety of therapeutic interventions, which may include compression, sclerotherapy, cutaneous vascular laser, endovenous thermoablation procedures (laser and radiofrequency) endovenous chemical ablation, surgical procedures (e.g., ambulatory phlebectomy, venous ligation), vasoactive medications and the management of venous thromboembolism.

Phlebologist (Vein Specialist) Statistics on

Top 10 Insurances Phlebologists accept:

  1. BlueCross BlueShield (456 providers)
  2. Aetna (272 providers)
  3. Humana Health (199 providers)
  4. Anthem (193 providers)
  5. Cigna (146 providers)
  6. BlueCross BlueShield (141 providers)
  7. Cigna (113 providers)
  8. Medicare (105 providers)
  9. Multiplan PHCS (95 providers)
  10. Health Net (85 providers)

States with the most Phlebologists:

  1. Florida
  2. North Carolina
  3. Illinois
  4. California
  5. Texas

Cities with the most Phlebologists:

  1. Raleigh, NC
  2. Orlando, FL
  3. San Antonio, TX
  4. Chicago, IL
  5. Chapel Hill, NC

Aggregate Statistics

Total number of Phlebologists on
Percentage of Phlebologists who are listed as "Board Certified" on
Phlebologists listed on have been practicing for an average of:27.2 year(s)
Average ProfilePoints™ score for Phlebologists:53/80
Average Overall User Rating for Phlebologists:4 (out of 5)

Phlebologists by State

  1. Florida
  2. North Carolina
  3. Illinois
  4. California
  5. Texas
  6. New York
  7. Missouri
  8. Maryland
  9. Georgia
  10. Indiana
  11. Ohio
  12. Arizona
  13. Michigan
  14. New Mexico
  15. New Jersey
  16. Minnesota
  17. Connecticut
  18. Iowa
  19. Virginia
  20. Pennsylvania
  21. Oklahoma
  22. Wisconsin
  23. Nevada
  24. South Carolina
  25. Alaska
  26. South Dakota
  27. Tennessee
  28. Massachusetts
  29. Oregon
  30. Louisiana
  31. Arkansas
  32. Kansas
  33. Washington
  34. Maine
  35. Hawaii
  36. Alabama
  37. Montana
  38. Idaho
  39. Utah
  40. West Virginia
  41. Colorado
  42. Puerto Rico

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