Meet Dr. Dietzek


Charles L. Dietzek, D.O., FACOS

Dr. Charles L. Dietzek is a board certified Vascular Surgeon practicing since 1989. He was a faculty member and the Chief of Vascular Surgery at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Osteopathic Medicine (UMDNJ-SOM) until July 2005. In August 2005, he founded the Vein & Vascular Institute. He remains a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery volunteer faculty at RowanSOM.

Dr. Dietzek has been named numerous times a “Top Doc” in both South Jersey Magazine and SJ Magazine. He has also been a “Top physician for Women” repeatedly. He has been featured on health segments on ABC6, NBC10 and national news programs. Total Vein Care, a national physician training course, was Co–Directed by Dr. Dietzek where he has . . .

Latest Blog Posts

The Connection Between Circulation and Varicose Veins

When the circulatory system functions properly, blood flows freely, transporting needed oxygen and nutrients to tissues and organs. Unfortunately, certain conditions may cause poor circulation, resulting in symptoms that range from tingling sensations in the extremities to painful varicose veins.Issues Associated with Poor CirculationThere are a number of symptoms that can suggest poor circulation.Those include Read More
  • Posted on Aug 08, 2019
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How to Use Compression Stockings to Protect Your Veins

If you have varicose veins or have been treated for varicose veins, you’ve probably been told to wear compression stockings. And there’s a good reason to do so. These highly elastic garments put gentle, constant pressure on the veins in order to help blood circulate from the legs to the heart. As a result, wearing Read More
  • Posted on Jul 23, 2019
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Here’s Why Men Should Take Vein Disorders Seriously

If you think varicose veins strike only women, think again. While the majority of varicose vein patients are women, it’s important to note that men also suffer from this painful condition that appears as bulging blue or purple veins twisting around the legs, ankles, and feet. According to one 2011 study, about 40% of adults Read More
  • Posted on Jul 09, 2019
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