Sameer Gupta, M.D., M.P.H. completed his medical training at the Mayo Clinic and Masters in Public Health from Harvard University. He is Board Certified in Phlebology and also Board Certified in Family Medicine.
He has worked for many years in various settings including Primary Care, Urgent Care, Emergency and Wound care departments. It was in these settings where he saw countless patients who came with symptoms and complications of venous disorders (such as clots, bleeding veins, frequent infection and poorly healing sores in legs). He was one of the 477 Physicians to receive Board Certification (2011) in Phlebology and has devoted his career solely to the diagnosis and management of the entire spectrum of vein disorders. Named America's Top Doctor in 2007-2009, Dr. Gupta sets the standards for treating vein diseases.
Ayaz Samadani, M.D. received board certification in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from the School of Tropical Medicine in Liverpool, UK, in 1967, and certification in Child Health from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in London, UK, in 1968. He has served in a number of leadership roles. He is the immediate past Chair of the Governor’s appointed Public Health Council, Department of Health and Family Services, Wisconsin. He is the Past President and Board member of the Wisconsin Medical Society, and served as the Chair of the CME committee for the Medical Research and Education Foundation. He served as President of the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation and Chair of Finance Committee of the Beaver Dam Scholarship Foundation. He has been a family practioner since 1971. Dr. Samadani has been offering comprehensive treatment of venous disorders and varicose veins for several years and is also skilled in aesthetic procedures, such as skin rejuvenation and antiaging.
Tanya Black, CNP earned a Master in Nurse Practitioner from Minnesota State University and her Nursing degree from South Dakota State University. She is a member of the American College of Phlebology and is a certified Nurse Practitioner by the American National Credentialing Corp. Her stringent training enables her to provide patients with relief from pain and swelling due to venous insufficiency.
Tanya and her husband have a son, Cody and daughter, Kate. They enjoy camping, golfing and sharing time together.