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Marjorie Rodriguez
· June 20, 2017
Service was fast I arrived early and was immediately taken care of I made it to all my tests in a timely matter
Nina M. Nichélle
· July 15, 2015
This office is the most frustrating place I have ever been to. The staff does NOT listen. I have the most difficult time with the staff relaying messages to my doctor. It took almost a yr to have the done, by all the red tape insurance. I would NEVER recommend anyone to this center. See More
Rylona Watson
· April 7, 2016
Great doctors and support staff. Visiting NYCVA is like 'one-stop-shopping' so one doesn't have to worry about things falling through the cracks.
Carlos Raphael Jimenez Jr.
· July 27, 2016
Very nice place, Dr's and Techs, Nurses are very good.
Lakisha Brooks
· July 1, 2015
I have been a patient for over 15 years. I don't trust anyone else.
John Fancy Pigeon Wagner
· June 12, 2014
Easily the most thorough, professional, and friendly staff I've ever met.
Mary Ramos - Brauner
· October 12, 2015
Doctors are some of the best in New York.
Isabel Ventura
· January 25, 2017
El mejor personal que pueda tener un centro de salud todas las muchachas muy atentas en especial una que se llama carina domiicana es un amor gracias por sus atenciones
Gari Neyd Castro
· January 25, 2017
Mamá es paciente nueva en este sitio y esperamos que la ayuden en su situación médica del pie
Todos el personal muy atentos y gentiles
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January 28th, 2018. New York, NY. New York Cardiovascular Associates (NYCVA) has released a new article this month to educate people that age does not have to be a barrier to receiving the effective vein treatment they need. According to the Manhattan-based vein care center who have done...
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Decades ago, medical treatments for problem veins took hours and may have included multiple visits. Recovery times were measured in months. That meant months of disruption and pain, but that was then. Now, we have more modern methods that are quick, easy and involve fast recovery times. A NYC...
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At our Manhattan vein treatment center, we are often asked by patients how varicose vein removal will actually benefit them, and what it will do to improve their lives. It is difficult to provide a universal answer, because of course every patient is different, and the ways that vein disease has...
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Ah, the end-of-year holidays. We all look forward to celebrating them, but at the same time most of us remember previous years, and that all the eating, drinking, and staying out late can wreak as much havoc on sleep patterns as they do on our diets. With this in mind, in this article the NYC...
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As NYC vein treatment specialists, we completely understand why the month of March is designated Deep Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month. DVT is the most serious of the diseases we treat, and kills hundreds of thousands every year. And 2018 quickly approaches, we want you think about your vein ...
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The end-of-year holidays are upon us, and as a result many of us have a LOT on our agendas as we try to juggle work and home life with running around trying to find the perfect presents for the ones we love. So how about gifting a unique present this season – an appointment with NY’s...
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First, just to make things clear, this article is NOT for dummies, any more than any of the other “For Dummies” books from John Wiley & Sons, Inc. are really for dummies. That series of books has now sold over 200 million copies because they give everyday people...
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Statistics tell us that at least 22% of Americans suffer from significant chronic sleep disorders. Similarly, statistics tell us that one in four couples (25%) in America now sleep apart. Is there a relationship between these two statistics? Well, based on our experience as Manhattan sleep...
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The experts at our vein treatment center in NYC recognize that diabetes is a HUGE problem, and one that is getting worse every year. Globally, it is estimated that 9% of the population (over 600 million people) have diabetes. Here in the US the percentage is even higher, with approximately 12%...
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Most people are aware that not getting sufficient sleep results in an inability to think clearly. Most people (and this includes our NYC sleep specialists) are similarly aware that sleep deficiency has severe physical repercussions, slowing reaction time and coordination to the point that you...
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In our practice offering vein treatment in NYC, a question our vein specialists hear often is “Can arteries become varicose the way that veins do?” Well, the simple answer to this question is “No,” but like so many aspects of vascular medicine, understanding why the...
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If someone told you that they could radically improve the overall quality of your life – eliminating the chronic pain you’ve experienced so long you’ve grown used to it, giving you more energy, and even improving your mental state – you’d probably be a little skeptical. If they...
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So you’ve been having sleep problems for a while now, right? And rather than try to “tough it out” and hope that the problems go away on their own, you’ve actually “done the right thing” and consulted NYC sleep doctors like the specialists at New York...
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What Are the Risk Factors for Heart Disease?

Heart disease is not just a man's disease and all women should know their heart disease risk factors.