WELCOME TO OUR CLINIC
What sets Texas Vein Care apart from others
- Dr. George Hariz is a trusted Vascular Surgeon with over 30 years of experience.
- All diagnostic testing is done by our Registered Vascular Technologist, David Feigenbutz, who has 22 years of experience in vascular studies.
- While some clinics re-use catheters, Texas Vein Care uses brand new catheters for each patient.
- We perform ultrasound assessments with the patient in a standing position to obtain a more accurate assessment of the vein function and damage.
- Most of vein treatment modalities are performed in our clinic by our trusted staff in a private and comfortable environment.
THE AREAS OF PRACTICE
Varicose veins are enlarged veins that can be flesh colored, dark purple or blue. They often look like cords and appear twisted and bulging.
Spider veins are similar to varicose veins, but they are smaller. They are often red or blue and are closer to the surface of the skin than varicose veins.
Venous insufficiency is a condition where the flow of blood through the veins is inadequate, causing blood to pool in the legs.
Lymphedema is a collection of fluid that causes swelling (edema) in the arms and legs.
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TREATMENTS AND PROCEDURES
Meet Our Staff
George Hariz, MD
Dr. Hariz is board certified in General Surgery and Vascular Surgery by the American Board of Surgery and has been treating varicose and spider veins for more than 28 years. Dr. Hariz is licensed in both Texas and New York and has practiced general & vascular surgery in Dallas since 1989. Dr. Hariz has extensive knowledge and experience in evaluating and treating varicose veins and stays up to date on current advances in the treatment of venous disorders. He provides comprehensive vein treatment: Endovenous Closure (Laser/RF), Sclerotherapy and Microphlebectomy.
Dr. Hariz received his MD degree from the American University of Beirut in 1979. He trained in General Surgery at Yale affiliated hospitals in New Haven, Connecticut from 1982-1987. He then trained in Vascular Surgery from 1987-1989 at The Methodist Hospital-Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Dr. Hariz is an active member of:
- American College of Surgeons
- Texas Medical Association (TMA)
- Dallas County Medical Society(DCMS)
BEFORE & AFTER GALLERY
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What Our Patients Say About Us
“Well I feel great, and my legs haven’t looked this good in a long time. The folks at Texas Vein Care really know what they are doing.”
“Dr. Hariz made this a very comfortable experience for me.”
“My leg feels so much better, no pain at the end of my work day. Thanks Dr. Hariz. Your staff is GREAT!!!”
- Surgery involves considerable preparation, a groin incision and one in the leg, general anesthesia, the risk of infection, pain in the affected areas, and a lengthy recovery period.
- Radiofrequency Ablation “minimally invasive.” The entry point through which your physician gets the fiber to the target area is extremely small, not even requiring stitches.
- There is really no “recovery” to speak of. In fact, you’ll be up and walking as soon as it’s over, able to return to normal activity quickly.
- The risk of infection is extremely low.
Varicose veins are large, raised, swollen blood vessels that twist and turn. They usually develop in the legs and can be seen through the skin.
Spider veins are smaller, red, purple, and blue vessels that also twist and turn. Spider veins are easily visible through the skin, as well. They are typically visible on the legs and face.
There may be some slight swelling right after the procedure, but you could start seeing results immediately.
You should experience no reoccurrence in the veins that have been treated. Follow-up procedures may be desired to obtain optimal aesthetic results.
Historically, a good physical exam and history was all that was necessary and available. Now the best, objective test is a full venous duplex evaluation of the legs looking at the deep system & superficial system venous systems and their interactions, the perforators for not just thrombus (clots) but also the function/integrity of the one way valves and whether or not flow reversal is identified within the veins.