The Vein Center of Orange County (VCOC) in Irvine, California Proudly Announces the Winner of Their First Office Raffle

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The Vein Center of Orange County finds success with its South Coast Plaza shopping spree raffle.

On December 1, 2011, Jnell S. of Costa Mesa was randomly chosen from all entrants as the winner of a South Coast Plaza shopping spree. Following their treatment entrants were asked to share their experience at the center by completing a survey. However, the raffle was so popular that it will be repeated next spring. Patients can remain informed about our upcoming promotions and offers by following us on Twitter and Facebook.

Dr. Alan Kanter is the founder and medical director at VCOC, Orange County’s premiere center specializing exclusively in the diagnosis and treatment of venous disorders since 1990. Having contributed to the development of ultrasound-guided vein ablation through his own published scientific studies and medical conference seminars, Dr. Kanter has earned the unparalleled reputation from his peers as Orange County’s “go to” expert in venous disease.

VCOC excels by focusing on only one service: the diagnosis and non-surgical out-patient treatment of vein disorders. This includes eliminating large varicose veins by a 30-minute office procedure called endovenous thermal ablation, erasing thick spider veins through conventional sclerotherapy (injections), and making unsightly small spider veins disappear with the latest procedure called “Vein Gogh.” Other vein disorders evaluated at VCOC include venous thrombosis (blood clots), thrombophilia (clotting disorders), leg ulcers, and the elimination of unwanted veins on the face, chest, and hands.

While most doctors first send their patients to an imaging center for ultrasound testing and mapping to formulate a treatment plan, Dr. Kanter performs his own ultrasound examinations and treatments all under one roof. His qualifications include RVT certification by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and board certification by the American Board of Phlebology – a rare combination, indeed.

More information on the next raffle and above services may be found on the VCOC web site http://www.vcoc.com, which was recently updated with user friendly features that make navigation easier. The website also features several videos that showcase various treatment methods, patient testimonials and an interview with Dr. Kanter. You may also contact us by calling 949-551-8855.

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