• Wayne Gradman, MD

    Cosmetic Plastic Surgery

Board Certification

Education

  • MD , Harvard University , Cambridge , MA , 1968

Member of

  • American Venous Forum
  • American College of Phlebology
  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Society for Vascular Surgery
  • Southern California Society of Vascular Surgery
  • Western Vascular Society

Publications

  • Endovenous saphenous vein ablation in patients with acute isolated superficial-vein thrombosis.

    Gradman WS , Phlebology. , April 2015; Vol 30: 204-9

  • Outcomes with arteriovenous fistulas in a pediatric population.

    Wartman SM, Rosen D, Woo K, Gradman WS, Weaver FA, Rowe V. , Journal of Vascular Surgery. , July 2014; Vol 60:170-4

  • Adjunctive proximal vein ligation with endovenous obliteration of great saphenous vein reflux: does it have clinical value?

    Gradman WS. , Annals of Vascular Surgery. , March 2007; Vol 21:155-8.

  • Regarding "Proximalization of the arterial inflow: A new technique to treat access-related ischemia".

    Gradman WS. , Journal of Vascular Surgery. , Nov 2006; Vol 44:1134-5

  • Experience with autogenous arteriovenous access for hemodialysis in children and adolescents.

    Gradman WS1, Lerner G, Mentser M, Rodriguez H, Kamil ES. , Annals of Vascular Surgery. , Sept 2005; Vol 19: 609-12

  • Regarding "Deep vein thrombosis after radiofrequency ablation of greater saphenous vein: a word of caution".

    Goldman MP, Weiss R, Gradman W. , Journal of Vascular Surgery. , Apr 2005; Vol 41:737

  • Femoral vein transposition for arteriovenous hemodialysis access: improved patient selection and intraoperative measures reduce postoperative ischemia.

    Gradman WS, Laub J, Cohen W. , Journal of Vascular Surgery. , Feb 2005; Vol 41:279-84

  • Analysis of options for mitigating hemodialysis access-related ischemic steal phenomena.

    Gradman WS, Pozrikidis C. , Annals of Vascular Surgery. , Jan 2004; Vol 18:59-65.

Varicose Vein Removal

Varicose veins are bulging leg veins. They commonly run in families and often appear during and following pregnancy. They are caused by an underlying problem in one of the two main surface veins of the leg. Broken one-way valves prevent blood from returning to the heart, thus, the blood flows1


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As a chef, I am on my feet for 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. When I get home from work, my legs are literally on fire. This condition made me visit Dr. Gradman as the pain was on another level. He removed my varicose veins and I got back to work a week after the procedure. My legs look much better and I am happy I had the surgery since it has improved life.



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