Patients from all over the country travel to our location to be treated by Russell H. Samson, MD. Why go anywhere else?
Why see a Vascular Specialist?
When it comes to vein treatments, you should always go with a vascular specialist. Not all varicose or spider veins need to be treated, and it is extremely rare for varicose veins to lead to life-threatening problems.
A lot of so-called “vein centers” have sprung up around the country. Some of them have untrained physicians performing unnecessary or poorly performed treatments. In addition, many advertisements and “screenings” are designed to entice patients to undergo unnecessary procedures.
Vascular surgeons are the only officially recognized specialists specifically trained in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the veins. Other doctors may claim to be boarded in vein treatment, but there is no officially certified specialty board for vein treatment other than vascular surgery.
Professional Vein Treatments
Let us treat your bulging and aching veins.
Rid yourself of all those unattractive spider veins. Our treatments involve minimal to no scarring.
Turn back the hands of time. Our procedure is painless and does not require any stitches.
You don’t have to hide your feet anymore. We have proven treatments that effectively remove foot veins.
Dr. Russell Samson has been wonderful in helping ease my concerns about the process of having beautiful, youthful legs again. Call him, you won't be disappointed!
- Bettina, Lakewood Ranch, FL
My recovery from the varicose vein procedure has gone well! Thank you for your excellent work. I was impressed with how I was treated by all of your staff. They all explained what was happening, gave me clear instructions for my recovery, and had pleasant conversations with me.
- David K., Sarasota, FL
Russell H. Samson, MD, FACS, RVT, DFSVS 600 N Cattlemen Rd, Ste 220 Sarasota, FL 34232 Tel: 941-357-VEIN (8346)
Mote Vascular Foundation
The Mote Vascular Foundation is a charitable foundation specifically designed to help combat the ravages of vascular disease through education and research.