Who We Are
CVT Vein Therapy Center provides services for all your vein problems. With the advent of new, less invasive treatment options, and the demand from patients who want relief for therapeutic or purely cosmetic reasons, venous disease can now be treated more easily and effectively than ever before.
Brandie Rinaudo Henry is a certified Physician Assistant (PA-C) and manages the CVT Vein Therapy Center. Brandie graduated from the Louisiana State University Health Science Center in Shreveport in 2001 and is certified with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Initially she worked in vascular surgery for 6 years but has dedicated her practice to the treatment of venous and lymphatic related disorders since 2007. Brandie continues to support her profession by serving on the Board of Directors for the Louisiana Academy of Physician Assistants and is currently serving as the Vice President. She has extensive experience in the treatment of venous disease. Along with managing the vein therapy center, she performs procedures like phlebectomy and sclerotherapy. Brandie partners with other physician assistants, nurse practitioners and surgeons to help continue the CVT reputation of excellence. She is always at the forefront of new technology and her technical skills have led others looking to learn sclerotherapy to call upon her for help.
Endovenous radiofrequency ablation, also known as Venefit, and endovenous glue treatment, also known as VenaSeal, are used to treat venous insufficiency which can cause leg pain, swelling and varicose veins.
Microphlebectomy, which involves removing the visible varicose veins, can be done in conjunction with Venefit or VenaSeal to offer the best cosmetic results. We also offer sclerotherapy as a treatment option for unsightly spider veins or smaller varicose veins.