Vein Treatment West at Westside Surgical Specialists

Phone: 
503-297-1351
Fax: 
503-297-2851
M-F: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Located at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
9155 SW Barnes Rd. Suite 740
Portland, OR 97225

About

Varicose veins and spider veins affect millions of men and women.

Statistics show that nearly 70% of all women and 30% of all men will develop some form of venous disease during their lifetime due to insufficient blood circulation.

At Pacific Northwest Vein Center our Surgeons pride themselves on providing the latest, high quality treatment and management in venous disease. Our goal is to make your experience with our center positive and safe.

We offer safe, precise, effective and minimally invasive treatment options to treat your specific needs. Our services are performed safely in our office, by your surgeon and under local anesthesia, avoiding surgery and hospital stays. Usually, you can return to normal activity the next day.

Pacific Northwest Vein Center offers a complete package for varicose and spider vein treatment. We have the ability to treat your entire venous needs.

We specialize in treating:
  • Varicose veins
  • Spider veins
  • Reticular veins
  • High pressured small vein disease
  • Small-branching varices
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
  • Venous ulcers

We are specialists in the following procedures to treat vein conditions and diseases:

  • Minimally invasive Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT)
  • Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation
  • Compression Stocking
  • Sclerotherapy
  • Phlebectomy

Previous surgical treatment for vein conditions was ligation and stripping of the greater saphenous vein, which required the use of an operating room, Unna boot bandaging, and local wound care. The development of endovenous laser ablation as an outpatient minimally invasive treatment for varicose veins and stasis ulcers has been an exciting new development in the field of venous disease that we are pleased to offer at our center.

Team

For over 20 years, the surgeons at Pacific Northwest Vein Center, a service of The Oregon Clinic, have treated varicose veins, venous stasis ulcers, and DVT.

All our surgeons are board certified by the American College of Surgeons and American College of Phlebology, and currently have an active practice in the Portland area.

Meet Our Team

Providers

Services & Procedures

Venous disease is a complex medical condition.

Nearly 50% of the adult population suffers from undesirable, sometimes painful vein diseases.

Many times, a patient will initially ask to have the spider vein treated, often believing that it can happen with a single treatment. At Pacific Northwest Vein Center, we believe in treating the entire condition, not just the symptom. Our surgeons will examine your legs and feet and will provide a comprehensive exam prior to making suggestions for treatment. In some cases, spider veins may be related to an underlying medical problem known as venous insufficiency or reflux, with symptoms ranging from itching or a dull ache to a throbbing pain and bleeding. An ultrasound may be necessary to determine if you have underlying problems in your veins (reflux) that need to be treated in order for the vein condition to be completely resolved.

Directions

Enter off of Barnes Rd. and park in the East Parking Structure (first garage on your left), or use the free valet parking, available on the lower level of the East Parking Structure (opposite the Fountain Entrance roundabout.). Enter the hospital via the East Pavilion Entrance (near the roundabout and water fountain). Go past the welcome desk and use the elevators directly behind it. Take the elevator to the seventh floor. Take a left from the elevator and continue down the hall.

US-26 going East
Take Exit 69B toward Park Way/Barnes Rd.
Turn Right onto SW Baltic Ave.
Turn Right onto SW Barnes Rd.
Turn Left into the Providence St. Vincent Medical Center Campus.
 
OR-217 going North
Take the Barnes Rd. Exit.
Turn Right onto SW Barnes Rd.
Turn Left into the Providence St. Vincent Medical Center Campus.

 

US-26 going West
Take Exit 69B toward Park Way/Barnes Rd.
Turn Right onto SW Baltic Ave.
Turn Right onto SW Barnes Rd.
Turn Left into the Providence St. Vincent Medical Center Campus.