At North Texas Vein Clinics located in Fort Worth,
we help restore legs to their full health and beauty.
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We can provide relief from both the physical appearance and pain caused by these veins.
North Texas Vein Clinics offer advanced treatment in state-of-the-art medical facilities owned and operated by trained vascular surgeons. Our surgeons have over 30 years of experience with continued training in the latest invasive and non-invasive procedures for the treatment of diseases of the veins. Our staff of vascular specialists will ensure your experience is comfortable and you will be at ease while being seen in our office.
The experienced team of vascular surgeons and nurses at North Texas Vein Clinics are dedicated to excellent care and your overall comfort. Our vascular surgeons perform procedures that leave you with beautiful healthy legs.
We have board certified and fellowship trained vascular surgeons with over 35 years of experience are best positioned and trained to do vein procedures.
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Dr. Foster graduated from Texas A&M. He went on to complete his medical studies at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. Following his surgical internship and residency at University of Alabama, he completed his Vascular Fellowship at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. Dr. Foster has practiced in Texas, Oklahoma, and Alabama.
Dr. Foster’s memberships include American Medical Association, Society for Vascular Technology, and International Society for Endovascular Surgery.
Dr. Guinn was born in Galveston and graduated from Austin College. After his graduate studies in neuroscience at Toxas Christian University he attended medical school at the medical college of Pennsylvania. Following his internship at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, he went on to further surgical training at Yale University / Saint Mary’s Hospital combined surgical residency and completed his chief surgical residency at Western Reserve Case System. He later performed his peripheral vascular surgical fellowship at Loma Linda University. He has been in practice since 1993.
Currently, Dr. Guinn holds a position as an adjunct clinical assistant professor in the department of surgery at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and has held positions including associate director of the Genera surgical residency program at Medical City Fort Worth.