Dr. Raffi Krikorian, MD, FACC, RVT, RPVI
Leading Vein Specialist
Dr. Raffi Krikorian has turned vein care into an art form. He is always creating better solutions for his patients, willing to push beyond the limits of traditional treatments. He listens to every patient, genuinely wanting to solve their issues. He believes health and beauty are intertwined, and has developed exceptional expertise at restoring vein health while leaving beautiful results.
Varicose & Spider Veins
These are the most common vein issues we treat. For some patients, they’re merely cosmetic issues, but for others, there may be a deeper medical concern. We evaluate the causes to ensure any treatment solves the whole problem.
We’re able to use angioplasty to place arterial stents in virtually any area of the body with a narrowed or blocked artery that is causing symptoms. This is a very effective way of re-opening a narrowed or blocked artery and keeping it open for healthy blood flow.
Lymphedema causes swelling in one or both arms or legs. It often happens when lymph nodes have been damaged or removed after cancer treatment. We offer surgical and non-surgical treatment options.
Get Treated Sooner
Because we’re highly specialized, with seven treatment locations in the St. Louis area, we’re able to schedule your exam and treatment much sooner than other facilities. Call us at 314-849-0923 or complete this contact form to get started.
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If you’ve been told you will need an amputation, please see us first. Nearly half of all patients who undergo an amputation did not have an arteriogram to determine if preserving their arm or leg is possible.
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
DVT is a life-threatening condition that is caused by blood clots deep within the body. We have special expertise in diagnosing and treating DVT and can offer state-of-the-art treatment options, even when the condition has already caused damage.
We’re able to help many patients avoid open heart surgery with advanced treatments that open up clogged blood vessels and restore normal blood flow.