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Join Dr. Bruce Feinberg for a discussion about venous disorders with Dr. Louis Prevosti of Vein Atlanta and a conversation about the Sixth Annual Blue Ties Luncheon presented by ProstAware with Dr. Scott Miller of Georgia Urology!
Dr. Louis Prevosti of Vein Atlanta
Dr. Prevosti graduated from Albany Medical College in New York, where he was valedictorian of his class. His general surgery residency was completed at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. He was a research fellow at the National Institutes of Health where he studied new techniques in the treatment of vascular disorders, including laser and thermal energy therapy innovations. His thoracic and cardiovascular surgery fellowship was performed at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, after which he moved to Atlanta to begin his private practice in cardiovascular surgery. He is the author of numerous articles relating to cardiovascular surgery and medicine.
During his cardiovascular career, Dr. Prevosti has performed over 5000 open heart operations at Piedmont Hospital and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta. At Piedmont Hospital he served as section chief of cardiothoracic surgery, medical director of the CV intensive care unit and telemetry unit, and chairman of the Patient Care Quality Improvement Committee. At St. Joseph’s Hospital he was an active member of the cardiovascular surgery department and served on numerous committees.
Since 2010, Dr. Prevosti has dedicated himself full time to the treatment of venous disorders, including the outpatient treatment of varicose veins, spider veins (telangiectasia), swollen legs, lymphedema, chronic venous insufficiency, venous reflux disease, pelvic congestion syndrome, vaginal varicies, and facial veins. He has performed over 1000 vein treatment procedures in the past year.
Dr. Prevosti is board certified in cardiovascular surgery, and he is certified by the American Board of Phlebology. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of The Society of Thoracic Surgeon.
Dr. Prevosti is a parishioner at Christ the King Cathedral and a member of the Marist School community. He volunteers his time at the Good Samaritan Healthcare Center in downtown Atlanta and supports the Children’s Restoration Network, and the Big Brother Big Sister Organization.
Dr. Scott Miller of Georgia Urology, President of ProstAware
Scott Miller, MD arrived in Atlanta in 1995 and quickly established himself in the medical community as an expert and colleague ready to help other healthcare providers and patients alike.
As the state’s first urologic laparoscopist, he soon became a known advocate for the reduced invasiveness, faster healing and minimized complications inherent in the “Band-Aid surgery” approach. Whether teaching other surgeons from across town or around the world how to perform these techniques, or using the same methods to get patients out of the hospital and back on their feet sooner, Dr. Miller has a consistent philosophy: focus solely on the special needs of laparoscopic urologic surgery patients and perfect his techniques in order to deliver the best possible care. He currently has one of the largest and most diverse experiences in laparoscopic and robotic urology in the Southeast.
Dr. Miller is an active member of many professional societies including the American Urological Association, the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, and the Endourological Society. He has been Board Certified by the American Board of Urology since 1997. Dr. Miller graduated from the Medical College of Georgia and completed his urologic residency at the University of Kentucky Medical Center.