Changing Lives

One Vein at a Time

New Horizons. New Adventures. Don't let vein disease hold you back.

Changing Lives One Vein at a Time

New Horizons. New Adventures. Don't let vein disease hold you back.

YESHWANT G. PHADKE, MD, FACS, ABVLM, RPHS

PENNSYLVANIA'S TRUSTED VENOUS SURGEON

Dr. Yeshwant G. Phadke is a Board certified general surgeon. He was certified in 1980 and has been recertified 3 times after that. He has been practicing at Indiana Regional Medical Center since 1987. He completed special training in ultrasound and passed the Registered Phlebology Sonographer examination. He is board certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He obtained that certification in 2013.

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Yeshwant G. Phadke

MD, FACS, ABVLM, RPhS

Dr. Yeshwant G. Phadke is a Board certified general surgeon. He was certified in 1980 and has been recertified 3 times after that. He has been practicing at Indiana Regional Medical Center since 1987. He completed special training in ultrasound and passed the Registered Phlebology Sonographer examination. He is board certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He obtained that certification in 2013.

Why Treat Vein Disease?

Relieve Symptoms

No Vein. No Pain. We relieve symptoms of swelling, cramping, fatigue, weakness, skin changes and restless legs.

Stop the Progression of Vein Disease

CVI is a progressive disease that can have a devastating impact. Treatment stops it in its tracks.

CVI is a progressive disease that can have a devastating impact.

Treatment stops it in its tracks.

Spider Veins

Varicose Veins

Legs & Ankles Swelling

Skin Discoloration

Venous Ulcers

Don’t allow your vascular conditions to progress. Visit us to have our expert team evaluate your condition to stop the progression of vein disease.

Treatments We Offer

Our advanced treatment options are state-of the-art and allow for rapid recovery to get you back on your feet.

VenaSeal™

In-office procedure where a catheter is inserted directly into the diseased vein and injects the VenaSeal® adhesive to seal the vein.

ClosureFast™

A catheter is introduced into the vein and delivers radiofrequency energy to the vein wall, causing it to heat, collapse and seal shut and other healthy veins take over.

Sclerotherapy

In-office procedure where a solution, called a sclerosing agent, is injected into the veins causing the blood to clot and the vein to scar.

Phlebectomy

Small incisions are made in the area of the vein, and then a special hook tool is used to remove the vein. The incision is closed and bandages are applied.

Before & After Results

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