Dr. Larisse Lee is a board certified vascular surgeon who trained at Stanford University, Massachusetts General Hospital, a leading Harvard hospital, and Cornell-Columbia Presbyterian Hospitals in New York City. Dr. Lee established the L.A. Vein Center to provide the best comprehensive venous care to the greater Los Angeles area. Dr. Lee received the 2020 “Ultimate Vein Treatment” Award.
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Are Radiofrequency Ablation Treatments Painful?
Varicose veins can be unsightly on your legs or elsewhere on your body. Although they are usually harmless, there are some instances they may be the indication of other health and cardiovascular issues. Whether for aesthetic or needed to prevent further health issues, treatments for varicose veins are safe and ...Read More →
How EMSCULPT NEO Can Remove Fat and Build Muscle Tone at the Same Time
Stubborn body fat can be especially difficult to remove, even with frequent exercise and a healthy diet. In many cases, the body fat can also hide muscle tone beneath and prevent you from the sculpted and toned look you want. While many surgical and minimally-invasive treatments can help remove body ...Read More →
Are Spider or Varicose Veins Dangerous?
Our veins have a series of tiny valves throughout our bodies that keep our blood moving in the proper direction. These valves can occasionally stop functioning correctly, either from injury or genetic factors. Along with the effects of gravity, this can cause the blood to pool or get trapped in ...Read More →
When You Should Call A Doctor About Your Varicose Veins
Your veins have a series of tiny valves throughout your body that help keep blood flowing in the proper direction. Occasionally, these valves stop functioning correctly. This can cause a back-up in the blood flow or pooling of the blood in lower areas of the body, such as the legs. ...Read More →
Treating Varicose Veins May Be More Necessary Than You Think
Especially with the effects of gravity or long periods of sitting or standing in one place, the veins in your leg can quickly become twisted, swollen, and a prominent bulge outward against the skin. Once the veins become swollen, visible on the surface, or twisted, they are considered “varicosed." Generally, ...Read More →
Is Radiofrequency Ablation Safe?
Although rarely causing a serious medical issue, varicose veins can not only be cosmetically problematic but, if severe enough, can cause cramping, aching, and a feeling of heaviness in the legs. Previously, the only way to get rid of these problematic veins was to remove them or close them off ...Read More →
Why You Might Need A Vein Ultrasound
Vein ultrasounds have become a valuable tool in identifying and diagnosing vascular issues, especially in the legs. This imaging tool, along with being effective at evaluating to location and severity of venous insufficiency, can also monitor and diagnose a wide variety of conditions. During the simple, non-invasive procedure, Dr. Lee ...Read More →
How to Get Rid of Varicose Veins
Usually caused by weakened or damaged valves or vein walls, varicose veins are generally not a serious health concern but must be evaluated by a vein specialist. Although many people who have varicose veins just have what they consider an unsightly cosmetic issue, some may suffer from leg pressure and ...Read More →