Advanced Varicose Vein Therapy

ABOUT THE PRACTICE

 

The Practice

Dr. Geller has one of the largest practices in the United States dedicated to nonsurgical vein treatment, with two convenient offices located in South Florida. Having practiced in South Florida for many years, he is highly respected by both his professional associates and patients alike. Dr. Geller has also been featured as an expert on treatments for veins in The Miami HeraldVanidades MagazineChannel 10 Eye Witness NewsUnivision and Telemundo

Therapy to treat varicose veins may often be covered by insurance. This is because patients with varicose veins generally experience medical symptoms, such as swelling and pain.  

Dr. Geller has one of the only vein practices that participates in most insurances and Medicare. His staff's knowledge about insurance carriers helps to ensure a smooth process for many of his patients.  

Dr. Michael F. Graham, M.D. is also a member of the practice. Dr. Graham is a member of the American Board of Surgery, the American College of Surgeons, and the International College of Surgeons. He has co-authored 16 articles and textbook chapters, has performed live televised operations for the American College of Surgeons meetings, as well as broadcasts to Europe, South America, and Asia.

Please contact our office at (954) 437-7358 for further information. 
 

State-of-the-art Equipment

Dr. Geller utilizes the most advanced equipment to ensure quality care. He performs non-invasive vascular studies, using bi-directional ultrasound techniques, on the legs to determine the cause of varicose veins and their accompanying pain. Arterial problems are additionally evaluated so that Dr. Geller can recommend the best course of treatment for the patient. 
 

Results Documented by Dr. Geller

Dr. Geller was the first to publish and present his experience with more than 5,000 patients in professional journals and to medical associations and societies. His latest paper demonstrates an improvement in circulation after treatments of veins with sclerotherapy. This was among one of the largest studies on both the safety and success of spider and varicose vein treatment.