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Our Practice


Central Arkansas Vein Center, P.A. offers treatment of chronic venous disorders of the legs, both medical and cosmetic. Chronic venous disorders include varicose veins and spider veins, as well as more advanced signs of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) such as edema, skin changes, or venous skin ulcers. Severe varicose veins can compromise the nutrition of the skin and other structures. Since most veins lie deep to the skin’s surface, vein disorders are not always visible to the naked eye. A diagnostic ultrasound is often used to determine the cause and severity of the problem.

It is estimated that more than 80 million Americans suffer from some form of venous disorder, and many seek treatment for relief of pain. Pain in the legs is frequently related to abnormal leg veins. Phlebology is the field of medicine that deals with vein diseases and disorders. It has been an established medical specialty in Europe for over 50 years, but interest in Phlebology has only developed over the last two decades in the United States.

Patients can generally return immediately to normal activity with little or no pain. Minor soreness or bruising is common. Scarring is generally minimal. The procedure is generally 93-95% effective. 

Dr Enns
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  • MD from the University of Arkansas
Employment Opportunities:

  • We are always looking to include exceptional individuals on our team. If you feel you have what it takes, or know someone else who does, please forward on a CV to

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