Vein Care

What you don’t know about vein disease could hurt you.Lower limb vascular examination

Damaged veins can take many forms, from small surface veins to large grape-like clusters. No matter what size or shape, these veins are signs of vein disease. And if left untreated, they could lead to more serious complications, such as ulcerations, blood clots, or spontaneous venous hemorrhage. However, now there are innovative and effective treatments to eliminate unhealthy veins. Fortunately, once the damaged veins are treated, your body will re-route blood flow into stronger, healthier veins, reducing vein problems and improving your circulation. Vein disorders are not always visible so diagnostic ultrasound scanning is an important tool in determining the cause and severity of the disease.

Radiology & Imaging Specialists offers state-of-the-art treatment for spider and varicose veins. Vein Care Specialists of Lakeland launched in the summer of 2006. Procedures are performed by Larry Whitney, M.D., Endovascular Specialist, Board Certified in Interventional Radiology.

Larry Whitney, M.D.
Undergraduate: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA; B.A.
Medical: University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA; M.D.
Internship: York Hospital/Wellspan Health, York, PA; Transitional
Residency: University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Radiology
Fellowship: University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Interventional & Vascular Radiology