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Dr. Robert Cutchen Albuquerque & Santa Fe

Meet Dr. Robert Cutchen

In 2009, Dr. Cutchen founded Albuquerque Vein & Laser Institute, a clinic dedicated solely to the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease. His goal was to provide the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options all in the comfort of his office without the need for hospitalization. Our goal is to treat every patient the way we ourselves would hope to be treated.

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Vein Treatments Albuquerque & Santa Fe

Vein Treatments

We provide our patients with the most advanced and comprehensive vein treatments. See the difference between before and after.

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Aesthetic Treatments Albuquerque & Santa Fe

Aesthetic Treatments

We utilize the power of advanced laser technology to treat a multitude of cosmetic concerns. See what a difference our treatments can make.

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Patient Resources Albuquerque & Santa FeDo you have a question?

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Vein Disease is a Progressive Condition

At my Albuquerque vein clinic – Albuquerque Vein & Laser Institute – I see a number of patients that have been suffering with vein disease for years. They delayed treatment thinking their varicose veins would resolve by wearing compression stockings or by elevating their legs when, in fact, varicose veins never get better on their own. Unfortunately, there are other medical consequences to varicose veins.

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Blood Clots:
Over time, varicose veins enlarge and blood tends to pool in large bulging veins. In some cases, blood clots can form in these superficial veins yielding firm, tender veins that are slow to resolve.

Progression:
Varicose vein disease will never improve, go away, or cure itself. It will only get worse, increasing in size, number and extent on the legs. The result is worsening symptoms of heaviness, aching, swelling, etc. Also, untreated vein disease can contribute to an increased number of spider veins in your legs.

Fatigue:
As time goes by, your legs will become increasingly heavy and tired.

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Swelling/Edema:
In your ankles and legs which can also lead to permanent change in your skin texture.

Discoloration:
Of the ankles and legs, known as stasis dermatitis, which is likely to be permanent.

Risk of Infection or Ulceration:
Of the legs due to chronic high pressures in varicose veins which results in damage to the skin.

Vein disease is easily diagnosed and simply treated through laser procedures, sclerotherapy, micro-incisional phlebectomy, or any combination thereof. All treatment is performed right in the comfort and convenience of my Albuquerque vein treatment office.

Take the Next Step

If you are ready to treat your vein diseases, then it’s time to take the next step by calling our trusted staff at Albuquerque Vein & Laser Institute at 505-848-VEIN or fill out the form on this page and one of our staff members will reach out to you promptly.

Albuquerque Vein & Laser Institute is located in the Journal Center area of Albuquerque and proudly serves vein patients throughout the entire Albuquerque area, as well as Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Santa Rosa, Los Lunas, and other areas throughout New Mexico.

**This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health, and related subjects. The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately licensed physician.

** This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health, and related subjects. The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately licensed physician.

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