Why Do I Have Swollen Achy Legs?
Our Mission is to educate, engage, empower and enhance patient's lives through ethical, efficient and effective vein evaluation and treatment.
You can use our website the following ways:
- Schedule appointment
- Complete and submit vein screening
- Learn more about vein disease
- Treatments we offer
- Before and after photos
- Meet Vein Specialists team
- Frequently asked questions
- Training for physicians and medical personnel
We look forward to serving you!
Dr. Joseph Magnant and his Vein Specialists team of professionals are the premier outpatient comprehensive Vein evaluation and treatment experts in Southwest Florida and is one of only a few Vein Centers in the state of Florida accredited by the prestigious IAC. Drs. Magnant is a board certified vascular surgeon, 100% dedicated to providing his patients with the most cutting edge technology for the diagnosis and treatment of their venous disease, including Radiofrequency, LASER and Venaseal endovenous closure techniques. Dr. Magnant founded Vein Specialists in 2006 in Fort Myers and subsequently expanded to Bonita Springs/Naples in 2014 due to the high demand for his expertise. With two fully staffed offices including Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners, Physician assistants and Registered Vascular Sonographers and a well-trained clinical and administrative support staff, Vein Specialists serves patients from Sarasota to Marco Island.
Vein Specialists relies on state-of-the-art ultrasound evaluation by Registered Vascular technologists to formulate a logical treatment plan for patients. Dr. Magnant added an outpatient angiographic imaging suite in 2017 for intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and IVUS directed stent placement for patients with symptomatic pelvic and iliac vein compression syndrome. Vein Specialists has served as a training center for physicians around the country interested in learning venous ablation techniques. Our outpatient approach, with minimal oral sedation and use of local anesthesia, allows patients to avoid the risks of general or regional anesthesia, intravenous sedation, and other hospital-related inconveniences and ensures efficient treatment and nearly painless quick recovery.