HANDS ON VEINS (Dominican Republic)
This 3-day course is designed to teach the essentials of superficial venous disease. Since 2005, we have trained over 300 physicians from the US, Europe and Latin America. It is designed so you can learn the techniques necessary to care for patients with venous disease.
This intense course includes 3 full days of treatments with lecture during breakfast and lunch. What makes this course unique is the close personal attention you get with attendee to faculty ratio of two to one.
It takes place at the Clinica Canela in La Romana, Dominican Republic. Our accommodations will be at the beautiful resort of Casa de Campo. During our stay we will be caring for hundreds of patients with venous disease. Most of these patients are unable to pay for these procedures and receive treatment at no cost.
The center has a large volume of patients with venous disease ranging from CEAP 1 to CEAP 6. Procedures include ultrasound, phlebectomy, ultrasound guided sclerotherapy and cosmetic sclerotherapy.
Who should attend? Physicians, RN’s, NP’s, PA’s, and Ultrasound Technicians
Julian Javier MD FSCIA,FCCP Zulay Zayas ARNP Paola Ortiz MD Kandy Hammond RN BSN MBA/HCM Jan Sloves RVT RCS, FASE
The Dominican Republican experience elevated our skills/practice. The trip was a 10 out of 10. I was able to improve my current skills and then add phlebectomy and ultrasound sclerotherapy into my practice. The hospitality of the trip leaders was spot on!
Lisa Alvarez FNP-BC, MSN, RN San Diego, CA
Thank you and the staff for such a wonderful course. The hands-on training side of the course was an incredible experience. Look forward to putting the skills into practice.
J Mohsin MD
Thanks again for an amazing experience. The course was phenomenal, the opportunity to help such delightful and deserving people was priceless and the camaraderie was unparalleled!
K. Haleem MD
Thank you so much for all of your hard work and teaching in Santo Domingo! It was a great experience for me, and I am sure for all of the participants.
L Hodges MD Mayo Clinic