In our caring and safe atmosphere at the Vein Care Center, we help our patients with many different vein-related conditions that affect their health. At our facility, we serve patients from Celina, Lima and the surrounding communities of Auglaize County, Ohio. We also treat vein conditions for patients who visit our clinic from other cities in the surrounding area. It is our goal always to offer the most advanced treatments that are available while also ensuring that our environment meets every patient’s individual needs. We know that every patient comes to our facility with unique circumstances. For this reason, we create a customized treatment plan for each patient who is under our care.
At the Vein Care Center, our team provides patients with the solutions they need to treat a variety of conditions that affect the venous system in the body. Our highly experienced staff is educated in the most effective techniques to give you the help that you need with problems that range from spider vein cases to severe and debilitating cases of venous reflux or insufficiency disease. Additionally, we provide all of our services in a quick and mostly pain-free manner that allows you to remain as comfortable as possible so that you can return to your daily activities promptly. We also provide several common nonsurgical cosmetic procedures that include skin rejuvenation, injectables, and facial filler services.
Dr. Manu B. Aggarwal, MHSA, MD heads the Vein Care Center, and she brings an amazing combination of precise skill and experience to the practice. Her compassionate nature shines through, and her friendly care has allowed patients to be relieved of their discomfort while eliminating the risks that are associated with chronic vein disease. Working together with her highly trained staff, everyone at the Vein Care Center is happy to evaluate your condition, create a customized plan and answer any questions that you have about treatment today.
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