Vein Clinics of America Welcomes Dr. Kamran Goudarzi & Dr. Michael Cahn
Vein Clinics of America are proud to announce the addition of two new physicians, their staff, and two new clinics, to the VCA family!
We welcome Dr. Kamran Goudarzi and Dr. Michael Cahn to our distinguished network of physicians who are dedicated to not only to treating vein disease but who are here to help you figure out the best vein treatment for your needs—and for your active lifestyle. Located in Wilmington, NC and Shallotte, NC, respectively, both Dr. Goudarzi and Dr. Cahn are committed to delivering only the highest standard of experienced medical care in an unparalleled patient-centric environment.
Vein Clinics of America’s philosophy of patient care is based on complete disease management, from initial screening to treatment and subsequent follow-ups, and both Dr. Goudarzi and Dr. Cahn, along with their staff, wholeheartedly believe in this process. Their decades’ worth of experience in the assessment and treatment of vein disease make them experts not only in the medical community but experts who know best about how to treat those who have venous disease. In addition, their staff is focused on putting the patient first to ensure you are provided not only world-class vein treatment but a positive patient experience as well.
At Vein Clinics of America, our goal is to treat the patient within the context of their entire lifestyle, not just the condition of their veins, and that is why patient-centricity is so very important to us.
We look forward to serving you at one of our two new locations in North Carolina and, again, we welcome Dr. Goudarzi, Dr. Cahn, and their staff, to the Vein Clinics of America family! We invite patients living in the Wilmington, North Carolina area to contact Dr. Kamran Goudarzi and patients in the Shallotte, North Carolina area to contact Dr. Cahn for a consultation.
About Dr. Kamran Goudarzi
Dr. Kamran Goudarzi‘s path to being best-in-class when it comes to treating those with venous insufficiency started decades ago at the age of fourteen when he attended boarding school in Shropshire, England at the age of fourteen as, within two years, he was accepted at Alleyn’s School, an affiliate of Dulwich College, where he studied zoology. While there, being elected best anatomical dissector in his class, by the age of eighteen he had obtained “S” levels (honor level) in physics and chemistry and was accepted into the University of London School of Medicine.
By the age of twenty-four, Dr. Kamran had graduated with MB and BS degrees, with an MD degree from the University of London, as well as earning Licentiate of Royal College of Physicians (LCRP) and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS). After graduation from medical school, he began preparation for his boards in general surgery for the Royal College of Surgeons in England. So, two years prior to obtaining his boards in surgery, he moved to the United States, where he did an additional five years of surgical residency.
He spent six months in internal medicine with Dame Professor Sheila Sherlock, who has been considered one of the most knowledgeable physicians regarding the diseases of the liver as well as also working with Professor Hobbs, one of the world’s leading liver surgeons, and Professor Copeland, one of the world’s leading surgeons for the treatment of breast cancer, at MD Anderson in Texas, one of the top three cancer centers in the United States.
Ever since he started his practice in North Carolina in 1987 he has been involved in the newest medical technologies as they have become available. When laparoscopy became available to general surgeons, Dr. Kamran was one of the leaders, performing the first laparoscopic repair of a hiatal hernia.
Fast forward to today and he now has over 35 years of post-medical school experience in the art of general, thoracic, vascular, laparoscopic, and both upper and lower endoscopic surgeries.
Since the introduction of intravascular laser ablation, Dr. Kamran again is a leader of a new and exciting procedure. He was one of the first of four centers in the state of North Carolina to offer this technology to his patients.
About Dr. Michael Cahn
Dr. Michael Cahn earned his medical degree from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey in 1995 and then, in 2000, completed his Surgical Residency at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey. Additionally, Dr. Cahn is a member of The American College of Surgeons and The American College of Phlebotomy as well as also serving as Chief of Staff at Columbus Regional Healthcare System in Whiteville, North Carolina.
Dr. Cahn is a North Carolina Board Certified General Surgeon who has been serving the Coastal Carolina community since 2000. In addition to the rigorous training and experience Dr. Cahn has, he has also received additional training in venous disease and the methods by which to best help those who need it the most from the leader in vein care in Wilmington, North Carolina, from Dr. Kamran Goudarzi.
Dr. Cahn has consistently ensured patients receive nothing short of world-class vein treatment in a patient-centric environment inside the Vein Clinics of America clinic in Shallotte, NC by using his decades of medial experience and combining that with delivering a seamless patient experience with his highly trained and compassionate staff.