Dinner and Discovery:
Understanding Vein Disease

Subtle symptoms could be a sign of something more significant.



Please join Dr. Lori Greenwald and her staff for a
DINNER AND DISCOVERY
About Vein Disorders


September 14th

Mandel Jewish Community Center Bloomfield

335 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT

Registration at 5:30 p.m.

Dinner at 6 p.m.

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Seating is limited, so, don’t wait.

REGISTER by phone (860-761-6666) or online

Dr. Lori Greenwald

Dinner And Discovery
with Dr. Lori Greenwald of Vanishing Veins.

Enjoy a light meal and learn about the signs and subtle symptoms of vein disease, which could be a warning sign of something more serious. This event is free but you must register to attend.

Bulging, painful or ropey veins tend to be the obvious symptoms of vein disease but there are other, more subtle symptoms that could signal serious vein issues.


Answer These Questions to See if You Have Any of the Subtle Warning Signs of Vein Disease

1. Do you suffer from restless legs or night cramps?

2. Do your legs feel heavy or tired?

3. Do you experience “toothache like” throbbing in your legs?

4. Do you have brown discoloration of your lower leg or ankle?

5. Do you have an open sore on your leg that just won’t heal?

These are all warning signs that something more serious could be wrong.

Come to Dinner And Discovery

Enjoy a light meal and learn about the signs and subtle symptoms of vein disease, which could be a warning sign of something more serious. This event is free but you must register to attend.

Over time, untreated vein disease can become harder to treat and lead to other issues down the road. Take action now and learn about new options to treat your painful varicose veins.

Also, learn about what to look for when visiting vein centers and what to watch out for.


Renee DiNino Shares Her Story

iHeart radio personality and community activist Renee DiNino had no idea that the subtle symptoms she was experiencing could be tied to vein disease. Watch her story here and find out more about her symptoms.

Fr. Lori at Work

Vanishing Veins Accredidation

More about Dr. Greenwald

Dr. Lori Greenwald is one of Connecticut’s premier and most trusted vein specialists. Dr. Greenwald opened her private practice in 1989 after having trained at NYU-Bellevue Medical Center and Temple University. Dr. Greenwald is one of the few vascular specialists in the state, board certified in both vascular surgery and phlebology—the diagnosis and treatment of vein disease.

Fully devoted to giving patients the very best she could offer, Dr. Greenwald turned her attention to her true calling—vein diseases—and opened Vanishing Veins in 2003, offering patients a safe relaxing experience.

Dr. Greenwald is also a member of the American College of Surgery (where she is a fellow), The Association of Women Surgeons, The Society of Vascular Surgery, The New England Vascular Society, the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and the American College of Phlebology.

Dr. Greenwald has also been named:

  • Money Magazine – one of the Northeast’s Top Vascular Surgeons
  • Consumer Research Council of America – one of America’s Top Surgeons for Vascular Surgery and Phlebology
  • Chosen One of Hartford’s Finest
  • Chosen as The Talk of the Town for vein care
  • A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau.

1 Barnard Lane 

Bloomfield, CT 06002 

860.761.6666