Wilton, Connecticut

Vinay Madan
“With specialized training and expertise in minimally invasive procedures, I have a unique opportunity to offer the latest vascular treatments for chronic venous disease in a caring and compassionate atmosphere.”
- Vinay Madan

Vinay Madan, MD, Interventional Radiologist

Varicose and Spider Vein Treatment

Experience Matters

Prior to joining Vein Clinics of America (VCA), Dr. Madan was a Vascular and Interventional Radiologist as well as Chairman of Radiology at Eastern Connecticut Imaging in Manchester, CT. He was previously Chief of Vascular/Interventional Radiology and Assistant Director of Medical Imaging at Sharon Regional Health System in Sharon, PA. Most recently he was Chief of Vascular/Interventional Radiology and Chief of Vascular Ultrasound at Eastern Connecticut Imaging.

Minimally Invasive Treatment

Dr. Madan's comprehensive, minimally invasive approach includes ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy as well as endovenous laser treatment (ELT). Neither option requires hospitalization or surgery. Instead, each is performed in the physician's office. You can be back on your feet resuming normal activities the same day.

About Vinay Madan

Doctorate of Medicine, Downstate SUNY at Brooklyn Medical Center

Diagnostic Radiology, North Shore / Long Island Jewish Medical Center

Vascular Interventional Radiology, North Shore / Long Island Jewish Medical Center

Board Certified:
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Diagnostic Radiology

Member, Society of Interventional Radiology
Member, American College of Phlebology
Member, American College of Radiology
Member, American Roentgen Ray Society
Member, American College of Phlebology
Member, American Medical Association

I am proud to be a part of team that provides minimally invasive and highly effective techniques to treat venous disorders in a patient friendly environment...
- Jiyong Ahn

Jiyong Ahn, M.D., Phlebologist

Varicose and Spider Vein Treatment

Jiyong Ahn, M.D. graduated from Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, where he also completed his residency and chief residency in diagnostic radiology. Thereafter, Dr. Ahn underwent fellowship training in cardiovascular interventional radiology at Cornell Medical Center in New York, NY.

Prior to joining Vein Clinics of America (VCA), Dr. Ahn held faculty positions at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Albany Medical Center. He was also the Attending Chief of Interventional Radiology at White Plains Hospital. Finally, Dr. Ahn transitioned from his role as Head of Research & Development with Isaac Medical Device into his current role at VCA.

Upon joining VCA, Dr. Ahn underwent further extensive training in phlebology, the diagnosis and treatment of varicose vein disease and related disorders. During this time, he was trained in ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy and endovenous laser treatment, also referred to as ELT or EVLT.

Dr. Ahn is supported by an exceptional clinical and administrative team dedicated to excellence in the treatment of chronic vein disorders.

About Jiyong Ahn

Downstate Medical Center

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Accepted Insurance Plans

Vein Clinics of America is in network with most major insurance plans. If you have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), reimbursable FSA expenses cover many treatments for vein disorders. If you do not see your insurance provider in the list below, please call (844) 890-8346 for a complete listing.

  • Aetna PENDING
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield – Anthem PENDING
  • Cigna PENDING
  • Connecticare PENDING
  • Coventry PENDING
  • Coventry National PENDING
  • First Health PENDING
  • HealthyCT PENDING
  • Medicare PENDING
  • Multiplan
  • Oxford PENDING
  • PHCS
  • Three Rivers Provider Network (TRPN)-PPO only PENDING
  • United Healthcare PENDING

Dr. Madan is located in Wilton near Cannondale, Cranbury, Westport, Norwalk, New Canaan, Georgetown, Bridgeport, Pound Ridge, Bedford, Ridgefield, Branchville, Easton, Danbury, Stamford, Lewisboro, and Scotts Corners.