Years of experience combined with continued education in the latest procedures.
The first step to healthy legs and reducing bulging, painful veins is scheduling a free consultation with vein doctors as experienced as Dr. Kumar and Dr. Harry.
Dr. Yash Kumar graduated from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, and completed his surgery training at Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Kumar is Board Certified in General Surgery with additional training in the latest invasive and non-invasive procedures for treating diseases of the veins.After performing surgery for varicose veins for more than 25 years, he founded The Vein Center of Maryland, where he is currently the director. Dr. Kumar offers a solid background in leading edge procedures such as Laser Venous Ablation (closure of varicose veins); Radiofrequency Venusclosure, Sclerotherapy (injection of a chemical irritant into a vein causing it to harden, close, and eventually disappear); and Ambulatory Phlebectomy, (excision of a segment of a vein). He performs these highly successful techniques in his newly completed state-of-the-art surgery center.Dr. Kumar’s patients have experienced comfortable treatments with minimal recovery needs and effective results. Dr. Kumar is dedicated to providing excellent, professional, quality patient care. (In addition to venous surgery, Dr. Kumar’s surgical experience includes abdominal surgery, colonoscopy, laparoscopic surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, and surgery for skin lesions.) Memberships:
Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Member, MEDCHI, 1987 – present
Member American Society of Breast Surgeons
Member, American College of Phlebology
Member, American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery
Dr. Leo Harry received his undergraduate training from Howard University, Washington, D.C., where he also completed his medical education and served his internship.Dr. Harry has served as a primary care physician and medical director for a variety of facilities throughout Maryland. He also has extensive experience in the public sector of healthcare, serving as chief of an outpatient clinic and emergency room while in the U.S. Army and as a General Medical Officer for the Public Health Service. In addition, he is a member of the American College of Phlebology.After practicing with Vein Clinics of America (VCA) since 1990, Dr. Harry recently joined Dr. Kumar’s practice at The Vein Center of Maryland. For almost two decades he has honed his skills in the treatment of venous disorders. He is co-author of VCA's published treatment protocol and is highly accomplished in COMPASS (Comprehensive Objective Mapping, Precise Image Guided Injection, Anti-reflux Positioning and Sequential Sclerotherapy.) In a leading vascular journal, COMPASS was described as a "safe and highly efficacious" technique in the management of extensive large vein disease.  He is also proficient in Endovenous Laser Treatment (ELT). Laser technology, known for its precision, safety and simplicity, is now available for the treatment of varicose veins, and was FDA-approved for this indication in 2002.
 As published in Phlebology (2002) 17:19-28