As founder and President of the Oklahoma City-based Oklahoma Vein & Endovascular Center, Dr. Dominic Pedulla brings over 15 years of experience in the fields of cardiology and vascular medicine to his work. Established in February 1994, the Oklahoma Vein & Endovascular Center has thrived under the expert stewardship of Dr. Dominic Pedulla, as he provides a variety of treatment options for the removal of varicose veins. Offering such minimally invasive surgical procedures as sclerotherapy, ambulatory phlebecotomy, and endovascular laser treatment, Dr. Dominic Pedulla and his colleagues at the Oklahoma Vein & Endovascular Center have helped numerous residents throughout the greater Oklahoma City metropolitan area to improve their vascular health. At the Oklahoma Vein & Endovascular Center, Dr. Dominic Pedulla treats vascular conditions through a broad range of methods, including ultrasound-assisted coronary stent placement, EVLT laser therapy, and more. Through sclerotherapy, Dr. Dominic Pedulla removes small spider veins by injecting a solution that causing them to disappear within two weeks to two months. A seasoned practitioner of ambulatory phlebecotomies as well, Dr. Dominic Pedulla employs a “micro hook” to extract varicose veins, a minimally invasive procedure that requires local anesthesia and little down time for patients. In addition, Dr. Dominic Pedulla provides endovascular laser treatment services, which leave no scars and allow patients to resume their daily activities within 24 hours of the procedure. Further information on Dr. Dominic Pedulla and his services at the Oklahoma Vein & Endovascular Center is available through noveinok.com. A Diplomate of the American College of Phlebology and a Fellow in the American College of Cardiology, Dr. Dominic Pedulla holds membership in the Society for Angiography and Intervention, and the Oklahoma State Medical Association, where he also serves on the Legislative Council. A resident of Edmond, Oklahoma, Dr. Dominic Pedulla received his M.D. from New York Medical College in Westchester County.
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