Specialized Treatment For Venous Disorders
Welcome to the Vein Center of New Mexico. Our center specializes in a wide variety of office-based vein treatment procedures, including sclerotherapy and ultrasound guided laser therapy. Your varicose and spider veins will be tended to with the latest in technology and minimal discomfort, and with as little disruption to your routine as possible.
Before opening the Vein Center of New Mexico in Albuquerque Metro, NM, in 1998, Dr. Ole Peloso practiced general and vascular surgery for 40 years. He is a member of the American Venous Forum and American College of Phlebology, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Among the varicose vein and spider vein treatment he offers are:
- Compression Therapy
- Endovenous Chemical Ablation (Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy)
- Endovenous Laser Ablation
- Microphlebectomy (Ambulatory Phlebectomy)
- Sclerotherapy (surface-cosmetic)
- Diagnosis and treatment of superficial and deep vein blood clots
- Emergency treatment of bleeding varicose veins
- Diagnosis and management of venous ulcers
Dr. Peloso's New Blog
Our very own vein doctor is now maintaining a blog, on which he will write articles that discuss that issues that are pertinent to our patients. Be sure to check for new posts often!
National Registry Recognizes Dr. Peloso's Work
Best Vein Care has named The Vein Center of New Mexico a Premier Center of Excellence. Read the full Feb. 2013 press release.
The Vein Center of NM is honored to contribute to organizations in the community. View the complete list of those we assist, including past recipients.
New Studies Show That Aspirin Can Prevent Blood Clots
Dr. Ole Peloso is excited to share with patients and the public that recent studies are showing a connection between taking aspirin and the prevention of recurring venous system blood clots. Read the complete article from the Albuquerque Journal Online.
American Venous Registry
The American Venous Registry (AVR) is the only nationwide, online registry that is focused on venous disease. It was developed in 2009, and is the biggest database of its kind in the world, containing more than 10,000 procedures.
Every year, the Vein Center of NM provides complete outcome data to the AVR in order to improve patient care and compare our results with those of other centers. The data is an invaluable resource for quality control and research.
National Venous Screening Program
The National Venous Screening Program (NVSP) was designed to bring national awareness to venous disease and problems, just as has been done for heart and arterial vascular disease. The annual screenings held by the Vein Center of NM seek to inform the public about risks and effects of vein disease, such as clots in the superficial and deep venous systems, spider and larger varicosities, varicose vein bleeding and venous ulcers. Our screenings are free to the public.