VeinInnovations was honored recently by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as being one of Atlanta’s Top 100 Fastest Growing companies, receiving a prestigious PaceSetter Award for this achievement at the Chronicle’s 20th Annual PaceSetter Awards event.

VeinInnovations was singled out from entries submitted from throughout the 20-county metro Atlanta area. The top 100 companies were selected based on billings, and number of employees; they also needed to submit reasons for their growth in revenue between the first quarter of 2013 and the following two years.


Citing the company’s growth in the size of its staff, VeinInnovations officers reported staff numbers as having almost doubled between 2013 and 2015, going from 17 to 32 employees, as it added offices in underserved markets of Johns Creek and Midtown Atlanta to its flagship medical office and separate corporate office in Sandy Springs.

In addition to the new medical offices, VeinInnovations added four physicians during the time period. David Park, MD, and Alexander Park, MD, joined VeinInnovations in Johns Creek, while Lisa Perez, MD, and Frank Ferrier, MD, offered services in Sandy Springs. The addition of these respected medical professionals, each with a solid track record of treating Chronic Venous Insufficiency, allowed VeinInnovations to lay claim to having the most experienced medical staff in the area, and enabled the company, founded by David Martin, RN, in 2002, to treat more patients.

Martin, who is the chief executive officer and president of VeinInnovations, cited several strategic management decisions as being among the reasons he and his team continue to grow the successful medical practice.

“The fact that patients referring friends and family members is a leading source of our growth reflects our success in adhering to our core value of absolute integrity. We have the most experienced professionals delivering the highest-quality services via proven innovations. This was our intention from the beginning, and is, and will remain a core value.

“We’ve also invested heavily in educating potential referring physicians, as well as the public, about the negative impact of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), the medical condition that is the root cause of medically-indicated varicose and spider veins, on overall health,” Martin added.

Services provided include every available effective treatment option for the medical condition of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) the failure of one-way valves in leg veins to keep blood from flowing backward as it is pumped upward to be returned to the heart and lungs for re-oxygenation and circulation. The condition affects approximately one million legs in the Metro Atlanta area, more than 30 million people nationwide. Symptoms include pain, heaviness, swelling, itching, restlessness, and, in extreme cases, venous stasis ulcers. VeinInnovations also offers treatment to patients who have varicose and spider veins, but do not have CVI.

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