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oh2 Medical Spa and Vein Removal Center Gears Up for Grand Opening
Date:2/22/2008

World Renowned Atlanta Surgeons Join Forces to Create a Totally Unique

Experience

ATLANTA, Feb. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- oh2 Medical Spa is the newest project from Atlanta based team, Dr. Randy Rudderman and Dr. Darrell Caudill. After more than 40 years of practicing complex and invasive medical procedures, the plastic and thoracic surgeons are taking on varicose vein disease, an issue affecting over 40% of women and 25% of men. It was clear there was not nearly enough attention being paid to such a prominent and common problem.

This ultra-modern spa-like oasis will specialize in a new painless treatment for varicose veins known as EVLT, or EndoVenous Laser Treatment. The spa also offers countless other amenities including scelerotherapy, skin rejuvenation and hair removal with IPL technology.

The idea behind the project arose after Dr. Caudill saw EVLT employed for the first time in Phoenix, Arizona. Already a seasoned veteran in cardiovascular and thoracic surgery, he had become extremely knowledgeable on the venous system. Additionally, Dr. Caudill was keenly aware of the extreme pain and long recovery time associated with traditional vein stripping surgeries.

The current treatment centers available to patients seemed cold and uninviting. According to Caudill, there simply wasn't an option available that addressed both the cosmetic and medical aspect of vein disease.

"When presented with a painless, out-patient alternative to such an intense surgery, I leapt at the opportunity," says Dr. Caudill. "It was instantly clear this was something we needed to address."

He immediately called on the expertise of plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Randy Rudderman, who brings both a skilled technical and artistic approach to oh2. Parlaying their respective surgical expertise, Drs. Caudill and Rudderman began plans to offer the women and men of Atlanta this innovative alternative in the form of
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