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02
Oct

New Provider on Oregon Coast

We are pleased to introduce dermatology-trained nurse practitioner Jennifer Kasselmann, NP-C to our patients on Oregon’s north coast! Jennifer has worked in our Federal Way and Salem locations and we are excited to now have her on board in Lincoln City and Newport . Jennifer is a graduate of Berea College in Berea, Kentucky; and earned...
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02
Oct

Welcome to Vancouver, Dr. Boudreaux

We are pleased to announce that Board Certified Dermatologist Lauren Boudreaux, DO has joined our Vancouver team as a full-time provider. Dr. Lauren Boudreaux has been involved with dermatology for more than 10 years, beginning with a position in a general dermatology practice during her undergraduate education. She found and then followed this passion throughout...
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25
Sep

Welcome, Dr. Levy

We are pleased to welcome Seattle native Daniel Levy, MD to our Federal Way and Issaquah offices! Dr. Levy is a graduate of the University of Washington and completed medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He completed an internship in general surgery at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital which is affiliated with...
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09
Aug

Dr. Knapp Returns to Eugene

We are pleased to announce our new office in Eugene, Oregon! Mohs surgeon Todd Knapp, MD will be joined by Allison Stoecker, DO and Jeff Renna, PA-C to provide Mohs surgery and general dermatology services. Dr. Knapp returns to Eugene after practicing in our Albany and Corvallis offices for a year. Dr. Knapp had previously...
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18
May

Coming to Issaquah!

We are pleased to announced that we will be acquiring the practice of Mark Bressler, MD in Issaquah, Washington upon Dr. Bressler’s retirement June 6. Dr. Bressler has cared for many local families since 1987 and we are honored to carry on his good work. Board Certified Dermatologist Kathleen Elmer, MD will continue dermatology care for...
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08
May

Dr. Kazmierowski Announces Retirement

After four decades, John Kazmierowski, MD is retiring from his Vancouver practice. Dr. Kazmierowski, a fixture in the Vancouver medical community for more than 40 years, has announced his retirement. A Chicago native, Dr. Kazmierowski attended St. Mary’s University and received his Medical Degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He completed an...
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28
Mar

Varicose Veins: The Tip of the Iceberg

Thirty million Americans suffer from venous disease, the most common being Venous Insufficiency. Unfortunately, most people suffering from venous disease have never even been evaluated. Often their primary care provider has told them not to worry about their vein symptoms, or that they are only cosmetic. Patients may also believe (or have been told) that the treatment is worse...
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21
Mar

Six Steps to Healthier (Lovelier) Legs!

Unsightly veins, often greeted with as much joy as wrinkles, bring both cosmetic and physical problems. Genetics, hormones and trauma contribute to their appearance, but there are steps you can take to minimize their occurrence and lessen discomfort. Your Six-Step Vein Care Plan will ensure you receive the highest level of care and long-term results....
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14
Mar

Veins Are Like Trees, And Other Analogies

When we begin treatment for your varicose veins, we start with treatment of the main cause of the leak—either the great saphenous vein or the small saphenous vein. Think of these veins as the trunk of a tree. The branches are the large, visible veins that we see on the leg, and even though they...
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10
Mar

Common Vein Conditions

Vein conditions for which patients seek treatment generally fall into two categories – those that require treatment to facilitate circulatory function for medical reasons and those that are primarily cosmetic. Varicose veins are very common and fall into the first category. They result when veins fail to circulate blood properly, pooling blood beneath the surface....
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