International Medical Outreach
Medical treatment missions for developing countries
Chronic venous disease is not only a cosmetic issue but can significantly impair the quality of life for patients leading to leg swelling, skin changes, non-healing ulcerations, and limb loss. In many parts of the world access to modern medical treatments is limited and severe venous disease remains untreated. At the Vein Center at Brinton Lake we are committed to helping address this problem. Through non-profit groups such as the Hackett-Hemwell Foundation we have and will continue to provide free treatment to patients in the developing world. Medical missions have included Mexico, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic.