Dr. Razieh Mohseni is a Diplomat of the American Board of Vein and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM) and is an Active Member of the American College of Phlebology (ACP) since 2011. She is certified as a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI), and as a Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT).
Dr. Mohseni received her Medical Degree from the University of Florence, Italy. She has been practicing in USA as Primary Care, and Internist since 1996 and as a Vein and Wound Specialist since 2012.
Dr. Mohseni is one of the Wound Specialists at the Wound Clinic in Ashtabula County Medical Center from 2012-2020.
Dr. Mohseni is one of the few physicians in the country to hold all of these credentials.
FULL RANGE OF WOUND CARE … available at all three convenient locations – Vein Clinics of Lake County
We have helped many legs, let us help yours…
Leg problems? Swelling, pain, heaviness, cramps, restless legs, ulcers, darkening skin, itching, eczema, Lymphedema, ….
These symptoms interfere with your daily life, so why not seek help? You owe it to yourself.
A thorough assessment in our clinic involves a full venous ultrasound and complete physical exam. Based on the assessment many leg problems can be treated.
If you have skin issues, including ulcers and wounds, we have got you covered. Vein Clinics of Lake County specializes not only in Vein diseases but also in advanced Wound Care. Dr. Mohseni is Board Certified in Vein and Lymphatic disease, Internal Medicine as well as Board certified in Wound Management.
Did you know?
Varicose veins affect nearly one third of US population (one out of every three, is a remarkably high incidence). This is because varicose veins are highly hereditary.
Why should we bother having Varicose Veins treated?
Contrary to the common impression of Varicose Veins being a cosmetic issue, they can lead to several significant serious and chronic health problems. They can cause chronic swelling, which leads to heavy and tired legs, difficulty walking, fatigue and skin disease. Chronic varicose veins can cause progressively discolored legs (dark red or brown) which increase the risk of non-healing or recurrent leg ulcers.
Treating Varicose veins can help these symptoms and early treatment may prevent late stage symptoms. The latest technology allows treating varicose veins with minor in office procedures with little to no pain and no down time.
So if you have any leg problems, let us help.
Give us a call. Be good to yourself … and your legs.
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