Varicose Vein Treatment In Minneapolis and St Paul

The One Stop Medical Center is the first specialized procedure clinic in the US that focuses on the office procedures. We provide a complete care of varicose veins and spider veins in Minneapolis and St Paul.   All procedures are performed with the cutting-edge technology in our state of the art procedure rooms.

Vein care:

  • Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA)
  • Sclerotherapy
  • Mini phlebectomy
  • Spider veins treatment

Dr. Steven Shu, M.D., MBA, is a board certified laser surgeon who specializes in office procedures. He strongly believes in the numerous benefits of office procedures, including the low cost, convenience, efficiency, and high quality care. He developed all new protocols and standards for the office procedures, thereby distinguishing himself as a specialized surgeon with a vast amount of experience in the office based procedures and surgeries.

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