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  • 30 Sep 14
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The Shulman Vein and Laser Center in Manhasset and Commack on Long Island, and Park Avenue in New York City, is conducting a brief survey from our new and existing leg vein treatment patients. The focus of the short questionnaire is about how you feel about having visible varicose veins or spider veins and how it is effecting your quality of life. The survey is just a few questions long, totally anonymous and will help in our research in the vein field. If you participate in the study, all the vein treatment methods and medicines we use will be the same as those which we have successfully used in the past. This research study is not in any way using our patients as ‘lab rats’ for experimental leg vein treatments. It is totally a quality of life investigation, not a medical treatment study. The short question and answer form we are using is to be filled out when you are in our offices and is not being offered as an online download.

As a way of thanking those patients who participate in the research, we are offering our leg vein injection treatment therapy at a reduced fee of $225 for ten injections, as opposed to our regular fees of $375 for ten injections. We do not yet have a date when we will be finishing the survey but hope to enroll enough patients so that we can use the data generated to publish a quality of life and leg vein paper for publication in the future.

For those patient’s interested in having varicose veins and or spider veins treated (at a reduced fee) we ask that you phone our offices and schedule an appointment. You can let the nurses know you would like to be enrolled in the research group and when we see you the paperwork form can be filled out.

Thank you to all those who have already participated
Dr. Martin L. Shulman M.D.
Dr. Lee G. Shulman M.D.

About Lee Shulman MD

Dr. Lee G. Shulman M.D. was one of the very first physicians to be invited to take the board certification exam in Phlebology (the medical specialty devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of venous disorders), and even has the board certification certificate number #00045.

He was also done original work, being the first physician to ever lecture on the treatment of hand veins for cosmetic improvement, and the treatment of patients taking the blood thinner Coumadin. Dr. Shulman has been a member of the American College of Phlebology, the North American Society of Phlebology, the American Registry For Diagnostic Medical Sonography, the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, the American College of Angiology, the American Medical Association, and the New York State Medical Society.

Dr. Shulman has volunteered and gone to Mexico as a medical missionary with the Hackett Hemwall Foundation treating varicose veins and ulcerations in an indigent patient population on the outskirts of Guadalajara Mexico.

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