James Geuder Recognized for Excellence in Medical and Vein Care
ORADELL, NJ, January 7, 2015, James Geuder, Physician at Hackensack University Medical Center and the Vein Center of Oradell, has been recognized for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in the treatment of vein-related conditions. Dr. Geuder recently opened a second office in Oakland, NJ.
There are vein specialists, and there are vascular surgeons. Luckily for his patients, James W. Geuder, M.D., is both
Dr. Geuder is a board-certified vascular surgeon specializing in varicose veins, venous disorders, spider vein treatment and circulation disorders. He has practiced vascular surgery in Bergen County for 25 years. Dr. Geuder is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery in the New Jersey Medical School and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has been consistently selected as a “Top Doctor” by Castle Connolly, a “Best Doctor” by New York Magazine, and a Patients Choice and Most Compassionate Doctor by PatientsChoice.com.
When you call the Vein Center of Oradell, a professional will always answer your call and be happy to assist you. We work hard to provide a comfortable, friendly environment at the Vein Center of Oradell. We have an ICAVL-approved vascular lab that allows for immediate testing with accurate diagnosis.
An important role as your doctor is to educate you about your condition and treatment options. My years of experience treating all forms of vascular disease have given my special insight into vascular problems and respect for any intervention. Patients need to understand their condition, prognosis, available treatments, and possible complications. It is important to understand what is wrong and what should be done.
Most vein procedures can be performed in the office and with local anesthesia, if necessary. Dr. Geuder also treats patients at Hackensack University Medical Center and outpatient surgery centers if anesthesia or more involved procedures are necessary.
“Many people tolerate varicose veins in spite of their discomfort and appearance,” said Dr. Geuder. “The thought of vein stripping, anesthesia and recovery may seem worse than the problem. Thanks to modern, non-invasive treatments – such as laser or VNUS closure – that is no longer the case. Patients have their treatments in the office under local anesthesia and return to normal activity afterwards. It is very gratifying to see patients’ symptoms and veins disappear after a minor office procedure.”
For more information on Dr. Geuder and the Vein Center of Oradell, please visit veincenteroforadell.com. To speak to a staff member, call Patty Galitsis, vascular nurse, or Donna Bader, insurance coordinator. They will be happy to assist you.