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The ACP is an Advocate for Your Practice

December 12, 2016 ACP Blog

The ACP has long been an advocate for those who treat venous and lymphatic disease through initiatives that educate and promote phlebology with the...


The Latest Episode of VeinCast Now Online

January 19, 2016 ACP Blog

In the fourth installment of VeinCast, Drs. Malvehy and Hansen are joined by AJ Riviezzo from American Physician Financial Solutions to discuss coding, billing,...


The ACP Wraps Up Another Successful Annual Congress

December 6, 2015 ACP Blog, News, Phlebology in the News

The ACP wrapped up their 2015 Annual Congress this past month (November 12-15, 2015) in Orlando with the largest and most comprehensive program to...


Understanding Varicose Veins

August 13, 2015 ACP Blog

By Miller Vein Team View the original post: blog.millervein.com How do I know if I have Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are abnormally enlarged, swollen...

Varicose Veins & Spontaneous Bleeding

August 12, 2015 ACP Blog

By Dr. Paul Shields In his podcast, Dr. Kistner talks about a patient with spontaneous bleeding of varicose veins and the treatment relative to...


Healthy Veins, Healthy Legs Podcast- Risks of Venous Insufficiency

August 12, 2015 ACP Blog

The Healthy Veins, Healthy Legs podcast is adapted from an hour-long radio show hosted by Dr. Robert Kistner and Mike Buck. The show discusses...