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Owen Thomas Ashton

Medical Director, MD, ABVLM

Thomas Ashton has dedicated his experience as a surgeon exclusively to the diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of venous disorders and associated aesthetics. Having graduated from Rush University College of Medicine, Chicago, IL, he completed a five year General Surgery training program in 1984. He brings a 40-year extensive experience in all aspects of surgery including trauma, oncology and general abdominal procedures.

Dr. Ashton has functioned as Medical Director, Chief of Surgery, and continues to serve the American College of Phlebology as a valued facility member. He has been awarded the title of Fellow of the American College of Phlebology, a distinction that only a select few physicans worldwide hold. Dr. Ashton continues to be one of the most experienced Surgeons in the nation with the EVLT procedure. Dr. Ashton has also been awarded Diplomate (Board Certified) status within the American Board of Phlebology.

Since 1997, he has practiced Phlebology and Aesthetics exclusively. Dr. Ashton continues to be one of the most experienced Surgeons in the nation with the EVLT procedure. As a General Surgeon, he achieves the best possible cosmetic and functional results, utilizing a totally comprehensive approach that is unmatched in the field.

Thousands of people every year consider getting treatment for varicose veins and spider veins. In the past, this has required either the painful vein stripping operation or a series of injections into the vein, called sclerotherapy. In the late 1980′s and early 1990′s sclerotherapy was often covered by insurance. Since then, the medical community has realized that in up to 85% of the cases, the varicose veins have reoccurred with a vengeance.

Dr. Ashton has refined and elevated the approach to include the latest “High Tech” minimally invasive, FDA approved treatment methods. He features treatment and diagnostic procedures such as:

Duplex Ultrasound vein mapping (scanning) for diagnosis and documentation of the venous disease.

 Endovenous Laser Ablation

 Microsurgical Ambulatory Phlebectomy.

 Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy Cosmetic Sclerotherapy

 Compression and Surgical treatment of venous ulcer.