Armen L Roupenian, M.D., F.A.C.S., RVT, RPVI is the Medical Director of Alaska Vein Care located in Anchorage, Wasilla, Kenai, and Juneau. He is a vascular surgeon with over twenty five years of experience! He serves on the board of directors of the American College of Phlebology Foundation and is a Preceptor for the American College of Phlebology Physician Training Program. Dr. Roupenian is not only passionate about treating vein disease, he is driven to help educate the world to better understand the complex field of vein care.
Corey Johnson, M.D., Diplomate of American College of Phlebology is the Founder of Alaska Vein Care. As the man responsible for bringing his team of highly trained and professional Physicians and support staff to Alaska, he has answered the call to bring state of the art vein care with the latest in laser technology and techniques to the people in many parts of Alaska. Living in Utah, he always had access to the very best in healthcare at the tip of his fingers, and is excited to introduce Alaskans to the same experience!
Varicose veins are enlarged winding veins, primarily of the leg, which cause the skin to bulge and appear to be the size of rope or a large cord. SEE EXAMPLE
Spider veins are tiny veins generally the size of thread or string which are easily visible through the skin, and generally appear as tiny webs of red, blue, or purple lines. SEE EXAMPLE