Episode 5 -The Connection Between Vein Disease & Dermatology

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The Connection Between Vein Disease & Dermatology

Featuring Dr. Jonathan Crane

In this episode, we feature our first guest who talks about the connection between vein disease and dermatology – board certified dermatologist, Doctor Jonathan Crane. Dr. Crane is a good friend of our host, Doctor Kamran Goudarzi, and as patient of Dr. Kamran, Dr. Crane also gives his personal perspective on vein disease symptoms and his vein treatment outcomes.

With the nation still navigating a Coronavirus outbreak during the taping of this episode, Dr. Crane explains why it is critical to keep up with routine health checks, such as skin cancer screenings, and not delay treatment for health concerns, when they are deemed necessary.

You’ll find a little levity later in the episode as Dr. Kamran discusses other important dermatological topics with his friend and medical colleague.

About our guest:

Dr. Jonathan Crane has a practice in Wilmington North Carolina called Atlantic Dermatology and he’s a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology. He has published more than 100 research articles in the field of dermatology, serving as principal investigator on many of them.

Dr. Crane, practices general, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology and is the Program Director at Sampson Regional Medical Center for Dermatology Residency Program with Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine where he is the Dermatology Co-Course Director.


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