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New vascular center to open in Sun City

Will be 4th location in Valley

Posted 4/11/21

Laser Vascular Center officials will open an office location in Sun City Thursday, April 15.

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New vascular center to open in Sun City

Will be 4th location in Valley

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Laser Vascular Center officials will open an office location in Sun City Thursday, April 15.

The Sun City location, 13640 N. 99th Ave., Suite 200, is the fourth for the company in the Valley. Other locations are in Phoenix, Chandler and Mesa.

The center is also associated with Bellagio Clinic, which offers weight loss services, and Bellagio Foot and Ankle.

“It is a pleasure to provide solutions to the people of Sun City who are suffering with various vascular conditions,” said Dr. K. Alex Kim, Laser Vascular Center medical director. “Our board certified surgeons can use an entire spectrum of therapies and treatments and tailor the right one for them.”

Laser Vascular Center treats patients with spider veins, varicose veins, leg swelling, cramping, restless leg syndrome, “Charley horse,” wound care and other leg problems.

Dr. Kim is a highly sought out Valley vein specialist who has advanced training as a general surgeon and as a vascular surgeon.

According to the American Society For Vascular Surgery, an estimated 40 million Americans have varicose veins, with women two times more likely than men to form them.

The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute stated that obesity or pregnancy present a greater risk of developing varicose veins.

The center is presently taking appointments for the Sun City location. Call 480-788-5621.

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