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Michael P. Darnell
We make it easy...
At the Reeder Vein Institute, our staff is devoted to you and your needs. All our minimally invasive procedures are done in our office to make your experience as effortless as possible.
We are experienced.
Dr. Michael Darnell joined the Reeder Vein Institute in January of 2014. Following Dr. Reeder's retirement in February of 2016, Dr. Darnell took over the full-time operation of Reeder Vein. Previously in private practice in Fort Worth, Dr. Darnell has been a practicing surgeon since 1991. Dr. Darnell is certified by the American Board of Surgery, and the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He has many years of experience in peripheral vascular surgery and vein surgery.
Whether you are receiving varicose vein treatment or dealing with other venous problems at the Reeder Vein Institute, you are in exceptionally experienced and caring hands.
We are committed.
At Reeder Vein Institute we are committed to provide the best value possible for your vein care. We employ cutting edge proven technologies and a wealth of experience to make your experience pleasant, and your results excellent. One hundred percent of our time is spent researching new technologies and providing state of the art care for vein disorders. Whether you are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms, or simply annoyed with unsightly varicose and spider veins, we can help.
Three questions to ask your vein surgeon.
1. Is your surgeon Certified by the American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine?
Dr. Darnell is Certified by The American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine for the treatment of vein disorders.
2. Does your surgeon devote 100% of their time to treating vein disorders?
Many surgeons concentrate only a small portion of their practice on the treatment of vein disorders. Since 2005, The Reeder Vein Institute has been dedicated entirely to the care of vein and related lymphatic disorders.
3. Is your vein surgeon experienced with the latest minimally invasive techniques and technologies in the industry?
We are constantly researching new technologies and advances in treating vein disorders in the most minimally invasive fashion. Our current in-office technologies include both the VNUS Closure radiofrequency and the 1470 nm wavelength laser procedures.