Vein Clinics of America Overland Park, Kansas
Staff: Joseph Baker, DO
10777 Nall Ave # 315
Overland Park, KS 66211
On northeast corner of 435 and Nall, located in building that says Apex Orthopedics Surgeons and Kansas City Women's Health
|Mon||8:00am to 4:45pm|
|Tues||8:00am to 4:45pm|
|Wed||8:00am to 4:45pm|
|Thurs||8:00am to 4:45pm|
|Fri||8:00am to 12:00pm|
About Our Vein Clinic
We’re here to help you look and feel your best.
Vein Clinics of America in Overland Park, Kansas, offers evaluations and treatments of varicose vein disease–not just its outward symptoms, but its root cause. We are dedicated to helping you regain the active lifestyle you want and deserve.
Minimally-Invasive Vein Care
Our Overland Park vein clinic is comprised of highly trained clinical professionals–from vascular doctors and physician assistants to nurses and ultrasound technicians. Our experienced doctors and staff specialize in providing modern diagnosis and minimally invasive vein disease treatments that are scientifically proven for improving vein health. We look forward to seeing you for your initial vein consultation.
Additional Driving Instructions
Corporate Medical Plaza – at 107th and Nall. The side of the building that faces interstate 435 says Carondelet Orthopedic and the front of the building that faces Nall says KU Women’s Health Specialty Center. There is a new, very large golf complex called Top Golf that is just north of us. If you reach Top Golf then you have gone too far.
Patient satisfaction is our unified goal.
Patient reviews of this VCA clinic are based on surveys taken at three distinct points in the patient’s journey: after the initial consultation, after the first treatment, and then again at the six-month follow-up appointment. You can learn more here.
Providing an effective treatment for symptoms and complications from vein disease is very rewarding. To see patients return to their day-to-day activities pain free is one of the more rewarding aspects of the work we do here, and it is a privilege to be a part of Vein Clinics of America.
You’re probably covered.
Most varicose veins and even spider veins are symptoms of vein disease, the treatment of which is almost always covered by typical insurance plans. For patients whose vein treatment costs are not covered, we also offer a range of financing options including CareCredit, HELPcard* and HSA or FSA accounts. The best way to find out about your varicose vein insurance coverage is to come in to your local VCA clinic for a free** consultation.
* Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Ask us for details.