On October 8th 2021, Dr. Horowitz and his son, Max Horowitz were featured speakers at the 35th Annual American Vein and Lymphatic Society Congress in Denver, CO. Max Horowitz, an undergraduate student at Tulane University, took the lead in presenting research and findings for the cutting edge techniques that Dr. Horowitz and his team at Central Florida Vein and Vascular Center have been using to provide superior results for patients with venous aneurysms and incompetent perforator veins.
Max Horowitz shared the results with fellow Vascular Surgeons and Vein Clinic specialists throughout the country. The results of the work being done at Central Florida Vein and Vascular Center are consistent with results published in Europe and Canada and represent the first published data regarding CA closure of IPV in the United States.
Dr. Horowitz stated “It was a proud moment for me to be able to share the positive results of our work with fellow surgeons across the United States but having my son there to present the data was a testament to his commitment to his pursuing his dream of one day being a doctor.” Max is planning to attend medical school and possibly follow in his father’s footsteps, specializing in the treatment of venous disorders.
The American Vein & Lymphatic Society (formerly the American College of Phlebology) is the premier association for physicians and allied health professionals dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of venous and lymphatic disease. All of the providers at Central Florida Vein and Vascular are proud to be members of this elite group of medical providers in the American Vein and Lymphatic Society.