Stony Brook Center for Vein Care

Stony Brook Center for Vein Care Providing the most advanced and comprehensive vein care in New York.
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A DEEP DIVE INTO DVT • LIVESTREAM Q&A DISCUSSION May 4th 11:30amDeep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is one of the leading causes ...
05/04/2022

A DEEP DIVE INTO DVT • LIVESTREAM Q&A DISCUSSION
May 4th 11:30am
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. The good news is that these dangerous blood clots are not only treatable, but they are preventable, as well. Join experts from Stony Brook Surgical Associates as they discuss causes, signs, treatments and more.
Experts:
Antonios Gasparis, MD, FACS, (moderator) Director, Center for Vein Care
Doreen Elitharp, MS, RN, ANP-C, VTE NP, Department of Vascular Surgery
Kristan E. Probeck, MS, RN, ANP-C, VTE NP, Department of Vascular Surgery

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. The good news is that these dangerous blood clots are not only treatab...

02/21/2022
02/21/2022
Special recognition to our wonderful female Vascular Surgeons, Drs. Angela Kokkosis, Jing Li, and Lucyna Price on this A...
02/03/2022

Special recognition to our wonderful female Vascular Surgeons, Drs. Angela Kokkosis, Jing Li, and Lucyna Price on this Annual Women's Physician Day!

To women in medicine everywhere, today we honor you!

Do you suffer from painful or unsightly varicose veins?  Do you struggle with chronic leg pain, swelling or leg fatigue ...
12/15/2021

Do you suffer from painful or unsightly varicose veins?
Do you struggle with chronic leg pain, swelling or leg fatigue with or without a history of COVID 19 infection?
We may be able to help. Register today for a FREE Vein Screening. Screenings take about 15 minutes
You must be registered to attend, space is limited.
Call or click the link today!
https://vein.stonybrookmedicine.edu/screening

11/04/2021

Meet Dr. Antonios Gasparis, Director, Center for Vein Care at Stony Brook Medicine.

05/31/2021
American Venous Forum elects Dr. Antonios Gasparis, Director for the Stony Brook Center for Vein Care as their 2021 Pres...
05/21/2021

American Venous Forum elects Dr. Antonios Gasparis, Director for the Stony Brook Center for Vein Care as their 2021 President! Our surgeons are not just leaders here at Stony Brook, but also leaders in their surgical specialties. Congratulations Dr. Gasparis on this well deserved election! To learn more about Dr. Gasparis and his Vein Practice, visit vein.stonybrookmedicine.edu

Click to link below to read the full feature.
https://news.stonybrook.edu/newsroom/press-release/medical/antonios-gasparis-of-stony-brook-medicine-named-american-venous-forums-new-president/

03/25/2021

After noticing a significant increase in D-dimer levels for hospitalized COVID-19 patients who suffered worse outcomes, Dr. Tassiopoulos and Stony Brook's Vascular and ICU COVID-19 team developed an aggressive approach to prevent thrombus formation using anticoagulation therapies last March. Today, this protocol is the hospital-wide best practice in care for treating escalating COVID-19 patients. The result has been shorter stays in both the ICU and hospital and faster recoveries.

Congratulations Dr. Tassiopoulos for this well-deserved recognition! To learn more about the Stony Brook Vascular Center visit:
stonybrookmedicine.edu/vascularsurgery
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March is DVT awareness month! DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) refers to blood clots in the deep veins of the legs, lower pelv...
03/20/2021

March is DVT awareness month! DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) refers to blood clots in the deep veins of the legs, lower pelvis, or arms. DVT claims more lives than Breast Cancer, HIV, and motor vehicle crashes combined! It can affect people of all ages and backgrounds and personal risk factors for DVT can change over the course of your lifetime. Click to link to learn more. Know your risk, learn the warning signs and when you should seek medical help. Visit https://vein.stonybrookmedicine.edu/disease/deep-vein-thrombosis or call our office to take advantage of our FREE Screening program! 800) 345-VEIN (8346)

May 2021 be a happy and healthy year for all!
01/01/2021

May 2021 be a happy and healthy year for all!

Are you practicing proper social distancing?  This post from the CDC is a great read, to help understand how each indivi...
03/16/2020

Are you practicing proper social distancing? This post from the CDC is a great read, to help understand how each individual person plays a role in the spread of COVID-19 Let's do our part, read and share

Everyone has a role to play to reduce and slow transmission of COVID-19. Social distancing is one way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This means avoiding crowded places and maintaining distance from others when possible. More prevention tips: https://bit.ly/2QbLFkW

One of the potential complications of   veins is spontaneous bleeding. This rarely is a life-threatening event.  But eve...
09/05/2019

One of the potential complications of veins is spontaneous bleeding.
This rarely is a life-threatening event. But everything is possible...

An elderly woman was killed after being attacked by an "aggressive rooster" while collecting eggs on her rural property, a pathology expert has revealed.

Check out this article in Newsday featuring our incredible Vascular Surgery Team! Congratulations to Dr. Apostolos Tassi...
08/21/2019

Check out this article in Newsday featuring our incredible Vascular Surgery Team! Congratulations to Dr. Apostolos Tassiopoulos and Dr. Mohsen Bannazadeh, for being pioneers in methods to continually improve patient care! Recognition that's well deserved! Stony Brook Medicine

“With the traditional methods, what we used to do is make an incision in the patient’s arm and take a vein and mobilize it from its original position,” said a professor of surgery.

Stony Brook Medicine
07/10/2019

Stony Brook Medicine

Recognition of Our Focus on Continuous Improvement of Patient Care

06/30/2019

Check out this patient education video from USA Health. It's a great visual for those wondering how varicose vein treatments work.

06/24/2019

REMINDER: Summer Injuries and ER Visits Are Often Avoidable Today is the first day of summer! For many, the summer months — when school is out and families take vacations — mean lots of fun in the sun. But with all the pleasures of the season come injuries and increased visits to the emergency r...

Tune-in to 103.9FM today at 1:30pm to learn about pelvic vein disorders. Dr. Gasparis will be discussing about pelvic co...
06/21/2019

Tune-in to 103.9FM today at 1:30pm to learn about pelvic vein disorders. Dr. Gasparis will be discussing about pelvic congestion syndrome.
https://linewsradio.com

06/13/2019

THE ONE PLACE FOR EVERYTHING ON OUR ISLAND.   Stony Brook Hospital Named One of America’s 100 Best Hospitals by Fios1 News | May 2, 2019 Video Player by Kaltura Phone Scam Arraignment – Mineola by Ron Lee | May 2, 2019 | LI-Crime & Courts, LI-News, News THE ONE PLACE FOR EVERYTHING ON OUR ISLAN...

06/07/2019

FREE VEIN SCREENINGS SATURDAY JUNE 29TH 8AM-1:30PM.

CALL OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT

Update on Pelvic Pain Caused by Varicose Veins: What Women Need to Know.
06/04/2019

Update on Pelvic Pain Caused by Varicose Veins: What Women Need to Know.

Pronounced veins may be a normal response to exercise and may not be varicose. Dr. Gasparis provides insight what causes...
05/10/2019

Pronounced veins may be a normal response to exercise and may not be varicose. Dr. Gasparis provides insight what causes these veins to stick out.

I’ve always had prominent veins, but it wasn’t until I started strength training and CrossFit that my veins really started to pop. Here’s why this can happen and how I learned to love my body — bulging veins and all.

Some pretty big veins.... Before & After treatment at the Center for Vein Care.Individual results may vary.
04/20/2019

Some pretty big veins....
Before & After treatment at the Center for Vein Care.
Individual results may vary.

Under-diagnosed and under-treated.
04/18/2019

Under-diagnosed and under-treated.

Dr. Steve Elias is joined by Drs. Meridith Englander, Tony Gasparis, Neil Khilnani, and Mark Meissner to discuss pelvic vein disease

April is DVT Awareness month! Learn more about DVT tomorrow morning (3/13 @ 7:30am) with Dr. Tony Gasparis from Stony Br...
03/13/2019

April is DVT Awareness month! Learn more about DVT tomorrow morning (3/13 @ 7:30am) with Dr. Tony Gasparis from Stony Brook Medicine. LIVE on LI in the AM w/ Jay Oliver (103.9 FM)!

https://linewsradio.com/

March is DVT awareness month.Dr. Gasparis and DVT the Team discuss symptoms, risk factors, prevention and treatment.
03/08/2019

March is DVT awareness month.
Dr. Gasparis and DVT the Team discuss symptoms, risk factors, prevention and treatment.

DVT Claims More Lives Than Breast Cancer, HIV, and Motor Vehicle Crashes Combined!

Catch 's Dr. Gasparis discuss the importance of vein care on   with  Saturday, Feb 16 at 6:30am on WLNY-TV!             ...
02/08/2019

Catch 's Dr. Gasparis discuss the importance of vein care on with Saturday, Feb 16 at 6:30am on WLNY-TV!

https://youtu.be/XCyaV4bG3J0

“Catch 's Dr. Gasparis discuss the importance of vein care on with this Saturday, Feb 9 at 6:30am on WLNY-TV!”

Director of Stony Brook Medicine Center for Vein CareExcellence in Clinical, Research and Education.
01/31/2019

Director of Stony Brook Medicine Center for Vein Care
Excellence in Clinical, Research and Education.

Treatment options for chronic DVT offered at  .
01/27/2019

Treatment options for chronic DVT offered at .

A disease state traditionally thought of as untreatable may finally have endovascular options.

Does Weightlifting Cause Varicose Veins?Your post-lifting "pump" may look a lot like varicose veins. Dr. Gasparis weighs...
01/16/2019

Does Weightlifting Cause Varicose Veins?

Your post-lifting "pump" may look a lot like varicose veins. Dr. Gasparis weighs in on whether lifting heavy causes varicose veins or not.

Experts dish on whether that "pump" a sign of future varicose veins.

Learn about vein disease and treatment options.https://www.flipsnack.com/veincenterbrochure/center-for-vein-care-brochur...
01/10/2019

Learn about vein disease and treatment options.

https://www.flipsnack.com/veincenterbrochure/center-for-vein-care-brochure.html

Flipsnack is a digital catalog maker that makes it easy to create, publish and share html5 flipbooks. Upload a PDF or design from scratch flyers, magazines, books and more. Author: Antonios Gasparis, Catalog: Center for Vein Care - Brochure, Published: Jan 10, 2019

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The Center for Vein Care provides treatment for varicose and spider veins of the leg. Our vein specialists are board-certified vascular surgeons and full-time faculty of Stony Brook Medicine. Our specialists use the latest surgical and non-surgical techniques to treat vein disease, including new minimally-invasive techniques that help patients return to their normal activities quickly, usually in just a couple of days. No general anesthesia or hospitalization is required. Our specialists provide care that's tailored to each patient's individual needs. Most of all, they are dedicated to giving patients the care they need to have legs that not only feel better but look better, too. Restoring legs to their healthy, pain-free, good looks is what we do with pride.

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Learn about venous disease. Dr. Gasparis provides details on the causes, diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins.
https://www.forbes.com/health/body/varicose-veins/
A DEEP DIVE INTO DVT • LIVESTREAM Q&A DISCUSSION
May 4th 11:30am
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. The good news is that these dangerous blood clots are not only treatable, but they are preventable, as well. Join experts from Stony Brook Surgical Associates as they discuss causes, signs, treatments and more.
Experts:
Antonios Gasparis, MD, FACS, (moderator) Director, Center for Vein Care
Doreen Elitharp, MS, RN, ANP-C, VTE NP, Department of Vascular Surgery
Kristan E. Probeck, MS, RN, ANP-C, VTE NP, Department of Vascular Surgery
Special recognition to our wonderful female Vascular Surgeons, Drs. Angela Kokkosis, Jing Li, and Lucyna Price on this Annual Women's Physician Day!
Do you suffer from painful or unsightly varicose veins?
Do you struggle with chronic leg pain, swelling or leg fatigue with or without a history of COVID 19 infection?
We may be able to help. Register today for a FREE Vein Screening. Screenings take about 15 minutes
You must be registered to attend, space is limited.
Call or click the link today!
https://vein.stonybrookmedicine.edu/screening
American Venous Forum elects Dr. Antonios Gasparis, Director for the Stony Brook Center for Vein Care as their 2021 President! Our surgeons are not just leaders here at Stony Brook, but also leaders in their surgical specialties. Congratulations Dr. Gasparis on this well deserved election! To learn more about Dr. Gasparis and his Vein Practice, visit vein.stonybrookmedicine.edu

Click to link below to read the full feature.
https://news.stonybrook.edu/newsroom/press-release/medical/antonios-gasparis-of-stony-brook-medicine-named-american-venous-forums-new-president/
March is DVT awareness month! DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) refers to blood clots in the deep veins of the legs, lower pelvis, or arms. DVT claims more lives than Breast Cancer, HIV, and motor vehicle crashes combined! It can affect people of all ages and backgrounds and personal risk factors for DVT can change over the course of your lifetime. Click to link to learn more. Know your risk, learn the warning signs and when you should seek medical help. Visit https://vein.stonybrookmedicine.edu/disease/deep-vein-thrombosis or call our office to take advantage of our FREE Screening program! 800) 345-VEIN (8346)
May 2021 be a happy and healthy year for all!