Address: Abele Business Park, 800 Old Pond Rd Suite 702A, Bridgeville, PA 15017

Phone: 724-862-6910

Welcome to Advanced Vein Center, Pittsburgh South







Our Advanced Vein Center is one of the best vein centers, Pittsburgh Area. 

At the Advanced Vein Center, making your legs look and feel better is our only focus! Founded in 2006, our local family owned business has become one of the largest vein clinics in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area. We’re not a chain like our competition and we pride ourselves on giving our patients the one on one care and personal attention they deserve.

Call us today at (724) 862-6910 to schedule a consultation.

Most major medical insurance plans accepted.

Vein Services offered at this facility:

Dr. Timothy Kavic, MD is our medical director and lead surgeon. He has been the director of the vein clinic South Hills for many years. With over 40 years of experience as a general surgeon he’s performed literally thousands of vein procedures of all types. He sits on several local and national medical committees. He’s also a long time humanitarian.

BOARD CERTIFICATION: American Board of Surgery

Dr. Giraldo, MD, FAACS is a cosmetic surgeon and the other leading member of our surgical staff. He is a cosmetic surgeon with an extensive working knowledge of all types of vein procedures. He’s also a proud member of the prestigious Fellowship of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (FAACS). He also sits on the American College of Phlebology (ACP), which deals exclusively with veins and other parts of the circulatory system.

BOARD CERTIFICATION: American Board of Surgery

Good news – most insurance plans cover this examination for symptomatic patients. Please call us at 724-862-6910 to set up an appointment.

How can someone prepare for a visit to a vein doctor?

To prepare for a visit to a vein doctor, consider the following steps:

  1. Medical History Documentation:

   – Gather information about your medical history, including any pre-existing conditions, surgeries, medications, and family history of vein issues.

  1. Symptom Tracking:

   – Document specific symptoms related to your veins, such as pain, swelling, or changes in skin color. Note when symptoms occur and any potential triggers.

  1. List of Medications:

   – Prepare a list of all medications, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs, as well as any supplements you are taking. Include dosage information.

  1. Insurance Information:

   – Bring your insurance card and any relevant documentation. Check with your insurance provider to understand coverage for vein-related evaluations and treatments.

Are there specific risk factors that may warrant a visit to a vein specialist?

Yes, several specific risk factors may warrant a visit to a vein specialist. If you experience any of the following, it is advisable to consult with a vein doctor:

  1. Family History:

   – A family history of vein issues, such as varicose veins or deep vein thrombosis (DVT), may increase your risk.

  1. Prolonged Sitting or Standing:

   – Occupations or activities that involve prolonged periods of sitting or standing may increase the risk of vein issues.

  1. Obesity:

   – Being overweight or obese can put additional pressure on the veins, contributing to the development of varicose veins.

  1. Pregnancy:

   – Pregnant women are at a higher risk of developing varicose veins due to increased pressure on the veins and hormonal changes.

  1. Gender:

   – Women are generally more prone to vein issues than men, especially related to hormonal changes during pregnancy and menopause.

  1. Hormonal Birth Control:

   – The use of hormonal birth control methods, such as oral contraceptives, may be associated with an increased risk of vein issues.