VEIN INSTITUTE OF PITTSBURGH
Locations in the North Hills and Robinson
As one of the few certified diplomates of the American
Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine in the Pittsburgh
area, general surgeon Terrance R. Krysinski, M.D., RVS, RPhS,
is dedicated to the treatment of venous disease. Aside from
his knowledge and experience, Dr. Krysinski’s dedication to
the specialty of phlebology has carried the Vein Institute of
Pittsburgh into a top level of provider care.
A certified diplomate of the American Board of Venous
and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM) is a physician that
specializes in the study, diagnosis and treatment of disorders
and illnesses of the veins. This may seem like an overly focused
field of medicine but it is estimated that as many as 8 0 million
Americans suffer from these afflictions. This, combined with
the rapid increase in treatment techniques, has proven the
need for this subspecialty. Recent advances in phlebology have
provided convenience for patients with in-office treatment of
disorders that had previously required painful surgery.
For those dealing with venous disease, varicose or spider
veins, there is no better option for treatment and care than
a certified diplomate of the ABVLM. These specialists have
the training, experience and techniques to provide the best
possible care for their patients as they have met requirements
and passed board certification exams administered by the
American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine.
Contact the Vein Institute of Pittsburgh at 724/934-8346
to schedule an appointment in their North Hills or Robinson
office, or visit veininstituteofpittsburgh.com to learn more.
Left to Right: Dena Miller, Lori Schofield, Sarah E. Abraham, PA-C, Brittany Jochymek, Terrance R. Krysinski, M.D., RPhS, RVS,
Deanna Sirkoch, RN, Heidi Wild, Amanda Beyer, Brittany Greil, MA