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Award-winning endovascular surgeon Dr. Thomas Parisi provides evaluation and treatment for conditions affecting the lower extremities from his offices at Las Vegas Vein.

About Dr. Thomas Parisi

At Las Vegas Vein in Las Vegas, Nevada, Dr. Thomas Parisi provides lower extremity rehabilitation, offering state-of-the-art treatments for varicose veins, limb pain, peripheral artery disease, edema, and spider veins. After obtaining his medical degree from The University of Sint Eustatius School of Medicine, Dr. Parisi dedicated himself to the treatment of vascular dysfunctions, and he completed specialty training in wound care and VNUS Closure procedure for varicose veins. Dr. Thomas Parisi is board certified in internal medicine, and in addition to his practice at Las Vegas Vein, he serves as a Physician at Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center. Enthusiastic about sharing his knowledge with emerging medical professionals, he has also acted as an Adjunct Professor at the College of Southern Nevada and Touro University in Henderson, Nevada, and he regularly instructs others in the VNUS Closure procedure.

Since Dr. Thomas Parisi became President and CEO of Las Vegas Vein in 2006, he has earned recognition for his excellent record of vein rehabilitation and compassionate patient care. He won a Patient’s Choice Award three years in a row and was featured in the Best of Las Vegas list in 2011. Dr. Parisi and Las Vegas Vein have also appeared in numerous lifestyle magazines, including Las Vegas Woman Magazine, Redbook, and Good Housekeeping. Dr. Thomas Parisi is a fellow of American Medical Association, The Society for Vascular Medicine, and the Society for Vascular Ultrasound. In his leisure time, he stays fit by playing ice hockey, and he also enjoys painting. To learn more about the services Dr. Thomas Parisi offers, please visit his company website at VegasVein.com.


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