Vein Specialists to Host Open House Event at New Bonita Springs Location
Bonita Springs, FL – December 27, 2013 – Vein Specialists is pleased to announce the opening of their new Bonita Springs location. Dr. Joseph Magnant and his staff will host an open house event Friday, January 17th at 5 pm. Vein Specialists has leased 3,200 square feet in the Fountains Professional Park at 3359 Woods Edge Circle, Suite 102. Interior designer Lisa Boron has been contracted to create an atmosphere of trendy elegance inspired by the world’s most luxurious spas.
Founder Dr. Joseph Magnant said, “The new office is a great location for us to better serve patient demand from south Lee County and Collier County which is building up appreciably.” The general public is invited to the open house to be held at 5pm on January 17th. Refreshments will be provided as well as the opportunity for complimentary vein screenings.
Vein Specialists’ primary focus is in the modern evaluation and minimally invasive, outpatient treatment of Varicose Veins and other venous insufficiency-related problems. Venous insufficiency may also present as swollen achy legs, restless leg syndrome, night time leg cramps or frequent urination, spider veins, stasis dermatitis and venous ulcers.
The practice also offers patients the exclusive VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System, which uses a hair-thin, insulated probe to instantly remove spider veins, cherry hemangiomas, and skin tags from the face and body on any skin-type. Vein Specialists is one of only a few practices in Southern Florida which offers VeinGogh.
As Vein Specialists continues to expand, its main office at 1510 Royal Palm Square Blvd., Suite 101, in Fort Myers will continue to serve patients in the Southwest Florida area.
About Vein Specialists
Dr. Joseph Magnant established Vein Specialists in Fort Myers in 2006, offering services for patients suffering from venous insufficiency (VI). He has been performing radiofrequency and LASER endovenous ablation procedures since 2002. Dr. Magnant dedicates 100 percent of his attention to the modern evaluation and minimally invasive treatment of the full spectrum of venous disorders. His fellowship training in vascular surgery and 14 years of practice of peripheral vascular surgery from 1992 to 2006 enable him to offer patients a balanced and thoughtful approach to venous problems. For more information, visithttp://www.weknowveins.com or call at (239) 694-8346.