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 . . .

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Is Weight Loss Good for Preventing Varicose Veins?

About 20 percent of the U.S. population will suffer from varicose veins at some point during their lives, according to data from the National Institutes of Health. While anyone can develop varicose veins, they’re more common among people with specific risk factors, including people who are overweight or obese. Here’s why. Varicose Veins and Your Read More
  • Posted on Mar 25, 2019
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Are Varicose Veins in Pregnancy Permanent?

Being pregnant causes all sorts of body changes. Some of them are beautiful and interesting, and some of them may make a pregnant woman feel uncomfortable, awkward, or upset. One of these less enjoyable changes is facial veins and other types of varicose veins that can appear during pregnancy. But will these go away in Read More
  • Posted on Mar 18, 2019
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Do Varicose Veins Go Away After Giving Birth?

Varicose veins can be a side effect of pregnancy and one of the many changes you may notice in your body at this time--but will you be stuck with them for life? Here's everything you should know about pregnancy vein problems.  Why Do Varicose Veins Show Up During Pregnancy? Hormonal changes are perhaps the best-known reasons for Read More
  • Posted on Mar 11, 2019
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