About Dr. Goren
A graduate of Hebrew University, Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, class of 1963. After 1 year of rotating Internship (1964), 2 years Residency in Internal Medicine (1965-66) and 6 years Residency in General Surgery (1967-72) he earns, in 1973, his Israeli Board Certification in general Surgery. He comes same year to the US for a kidney transplant research fellowship at the University of Minnesota (1973-74) and later he becomes a clinical transplant fellow at the LAC- University of Southern California Medical Center (1981-83) here in Los Angeles. Not willing to relocate from Southern California, Dr. Goren opens in1984 his private practice solely dedicated to Vein Disorders; their office diagnosis and treatment. In the early nineties – via several medical journal publications – he introduces the European minimally invasive Ambulatory Phlebectomy for varicose veins to the American surgical establishment.
After hundreds of legs vein surgeries successfully performed in his office and local anesthesia he applies (since 1995) the same techniques to unwanted hand veins. In well over 500 surgeries of the kind he has not seen one recurrence in all the 22 years! Dr. Goren authored over 20 medical publications in the field of veins (Phlebology) several of them in the prestigious Am. Journal of Surgery, Journal of Vascular Surgery and Annals of Vascular Surgery.
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