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You don’t have to live with unsightly and painful veins, thеrе are many safe and effective treatment орtіоnѕ available, often covered by insurance.

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About The Princeton Vascular Center

The Princeton Vascular Center is the first of its kind to have established a multi-specialty approach to spider and varicose vein disease. In bringing together board-certified experts in both vascular surgery and cardiovascular specialties, we have developed a unique model for vein treatment.  This collaboration establishes a balanced approach in designing the optimal plan for each patient. Our protocols offer multiple treatment options for spider and varicose veins customized to each patient’s preferences and anatomy.  We offer our patients all of the latest treatments available in our expert hands. You will notice the difference in your consultation and see firsthand our comprehensive approach to helping you feel and look your best.

Board-Certified Experts

The Princeton Vascular Center is led by our double board-certified vascular surgeon, Dr. Alissa Brotman-O’Neill.   Not all vein doctors are vascular surgeons, and by no means are all vascular surgeons vein experts.  Having completed fellowship training and board-certifications, Dr. Brotman has numerous years of experience in the treatment of both simple and complex vein conditions.   As President-elect for the New Jersey Vascular Surgical Society, she is committed to remaining up to date on all the latest research and technologies in the treatment of vein disease.   Her recognitions include being consistently voted for Top Doc in SJ Magazine, NJ Top Doctors, Talk of the Town, and Compassionate Doctor on Vitals. 

The Patient Experience

Our patients will notice the difference!  Princeton Vascular Center emphasizes the importance of time

spent face to face with the doctor.  Our doctors are scheduled with less than half the number of patients of traditional clinics, which means less wait time and more time spent with your doctor.  We want our doctors and patients to feel comfortable spending as much time as necessary with each other. Treating spider and varicose veins effectively takes both time and expertise.   By emphasizing more time spent with each patient, our patients get better results

“I am inspired by the team we have put together at One Oak Medical Group and now the Princeton Vascular Center. ”

Faisal Siddiqi, MD
Medical Director of Veins

Dr Alissa Brotman O’Neill

Dr Alissa Brotman O’Neill

Vascular / Vein Specialist

Harvard University

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Dr Faisal Siddiqi

Dr Faisal Siddiqi

Vein Specialist / Cardiologist

Yale University

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Dr Simon Smith

Dr Simon Smith

Vein Specialist / Cardiologist 

Drexel University

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Spider and Varicose Vein Treatments


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Sсlеrоthеrару іѕ a mеdісаl рrосеdurе thаt involves thе іnjесtіоn оf a sclerosant іntо a vеіn tо соmрlеtеlу оblіtеrаtе іt. This is the most common technique for spider veins.


The standard of today’s treatments for venous insufficiency, RF ablation involves a small catheter that delivers heat energy to close down the abnormal vein. The procedure is minimally-invasive and can be done directly in the office.


VenaSeal™ is a procedure that uses a special glue to close off damaged veins.  The procedure is safe and as effective as RF ablation.


Combines two techniques to treat underlying venous insufficiency.  A small catheter is used to both chemically and mechanically treat the diseased vein.  Select veins are good targets for treatment.

Ambulatory Phlebectomy

Phlebectomy is not stripping.  Instead these brief procedures are offered only by skilled clinics and remain one of the best options for bulging varicose veins. Done under local anesthesia in an office setting, the vein is removed in small sections through tiny incisions.

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Avoid long periods of sitting!

Sitting for long periods can lead to deep venous thrombosis or blood clots. For every 90 minutes you sit, take a five-minute walking break. Go visit a co-worker, get a glass of water or step outside for a little fresh air.
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Start Walking!

Did you know that walking is a great way to prevent varicose veins, and to help with the condition if someone already has it? Walking is a low-impact activity that stretches and strengthens the calf pump, which improves blood flow. Set a goal to walk 30 minutes a day, at least five days a week. You'll fee better and your veins will be healthier!

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