Page 10 - Middlesex Health & Life - Fall 2012 Issue

Girija Surya, M.D.
Board Certified in Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery
For your convenience now at two locations…
(732) 254-0500
East Brunswick: Plaza Hill
646
rtE 18 Bldg.a # 103, East Brunswick, nJ
HolmdEl: colonial commons
670
n BEErs st. Bldg. 2 suitE 4, HolmdEl, nJ
Schedule appointments “24/7” @
Conservative Therapy:
the patients are advised about
leg Elevation and use of compression stockings
Non-Invasive Vascular Ultra Sound:
diagnostic ultrasound studies are
performed to diagnose and customize treatment plans
Surgical Treatment:
large and bulging veins are treated with new techniques
-
Radiofrequency Ablation
For superficial large veins with reflux
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Micro-phlebectomy
For small bulging veins
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Sclerotherapy
For small veins a.k.a. spider veins. we use asclera
®
in
different strengths for the injectable veins.
Cosmetic Treatment:
Botox
®
,
Juvederm™ ultra
All treatments:
3
are minimally invasive
3
require no hospitalization; all treatments are done at our facilities
3
require no general anesthesia
3
require no “downtime” for recuperation
Attention to detail, proven treatment with care and compassion, leads to
excellent results
Most medical insurances, for medically necessary procedures, are accepted
Vein Center forWomen
Say “
Bye”
to pain and ugly veins
Love Your LegsAgain
Prior to my visit to
the vein center, the
pain in my legs was
inexplicable… I had
been to many vein
doctors but all said that
I needed a surgery…
Dr. Surya knew right
away what I needed…
I had my VNUS Closure
done…she and her staff
made it very comfortable
and I returned to my
daily routine the next
day… there is a big
difference for me in the
way I get through my
day after having
my procedure.
Jo Ann from Old Bridge
Leg Pain?
Free
VeIN SCreeNINg
onThursdays / Saturdays.
Please call
732-254-0500
to schedule
I had fun scouting and shopping
for a fall wardrobe in Middlesex
County—so many great shops!
What’s your favorite boutique, pet shop or yoga studio? I’ll bet
you’ve named a business in your neighborhood that is owned by a
local individual—not a national corporation.
What makes going in there so special? Is it the exceptional
service, the unique products and atmosphere—or does the owner
know you by name? Now more than ever (given our shaky economy
and the cookie-cutter chains that seem ever more ubiquitous), it
is important to shop and buy locally. Our local stores are the
backbone of our communities because money spent locally is
reinvested in the towns, ensuring that our main streets continue
to have the charming character we love.
The importance of shopping locally is a major cause of ours here
at
Middlesex Health & Life
.
Check out our feature “Shop Local”
(
page 37), where we’ve listed the top indie shops in 17 categories.
(
Perhaps you’ll think we missed one—be sure to e-mail us and let
us know, and maybe your choice will make it into the next guide.)
Once you’ve scoured the “Shop Local” section, don’t discount
the rest of this issue. It is packed with great articles, like our fea-
ture on alfresco dining (page 32), in which New Jersey caterer
extraordinaire Laurence Craig invites us to his farm for a garden-
fresh party. There you’ll find lots of decorating ideas and, best of
all, exclusive recipes so you can host your own soiree.
Enjoy!
EDITOR’S
NOTE
JENNIFER VREELAND
,
EDITOR IN CHIEF
TOP TO BOTTOM: MEREDITH McBRIDE KIPP, SHUTTERSTOCK
SHOP
CONSCIOUSLY
PERFECT PAWS
We are looking for Middlesex’s cutest
pet! Submit pictures at
middlesexhealth
andlife.com/cutestpet2012
by November 1.
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cause at
middlesexhealthandlife.com/
charity2012
by October 5.