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Lafayette, IN Vein Treatment Center Donates Profits to Local Charities, Pledges Continued Giving

February 23, 2013

Lafayette Regional Vein and Laser Center, a leading vein treatment center in Lafayette, IN, may specialize in treating varicose veins and other vein conditions. But the clinic has also shown that it is no stranger to matters of the heart — making large donations to local charities in 2012, and pledging to continue its giving in 2013.

Lafayette, IN (PRWEB) February 23, 2013

The Lafayette Regional Vein and Laser Center, a leading vein treatment center in Lafayette, IN, may specialize in treating varicose veins and other vein conditions. But the clinic has also shown that it is no stranger to matters of the heart — making large donations to local charities in 2012, and pledging to continue its giving in 2013.

Last year, under the direction of Dr. Marlin Schul, a top vein doctor in Lafayette, IN, the Lafayette Regional Vein and Laser Center decided to pool all profits from its cosmetic and aesthetic services and donate the money to charity. Profits from the Lafayette center´s Botox and Dysport treatments were saved all throughout the year. By the end of 2012, a significant sum had accumulated. The center then took the money — totaling $11,237.56 — and donated it to two local charities in need, the Riley Children´s Foundation and the Central Indiana Alzheimer´s Association.

The Riley Children´s Foundation is committed to improving the health and well-being of children through philanthropic leadership in support of Riley Hospital for Children and its research programs. The Alzheimer´s Association works to eliminate Alzheimer´s disease through research, providing care and support for those affected by Alzheimer´s disease, and promoting brain health.

The Lafayette Regional Vein and Laser Center is honored to be able to help support these worthy causes — and will continue their charitable giving this year. In 2013, the center pledges to donate all profits from its cosmetic filler treatments. That means that anyone in Lafayette, IN seeking cosmetic or aesthetic treatment can receive top-quality care, while helping to support local charities in need, by visiting the Lafayette Regional Vein and Laser Center for cosmetic filler treatment. Visit the center online at http://www.lafayetteveins.com to learn more, and help them give back to support valuable local charities.

About Dr. Marlin Schul

Marlin Schul, M.D. is the director of the Lafayette Regional Vein and Laser Center in Lafayette, Indiana.

Dr. Schul transitioned his career to Phlebology in 2002 after receiving immersion training in the comprehensive management of varicose veins in addition to extensive ultrasound diagnostic training. Since his training in Phlebology, Dr. Schul has helped thousands of patients achieve complete symptom control and cosmetic benefit.

Beginning in medical school, and continuing though residency, and throughout his professional career, Dr. Schul has shared a passion for research. His efforts have led to high level speaking opportunities on National and International stages.

Dr. Schul is board certified in both Phlebology and Emergency Medicine, and a Fellow of the American College of Phlebology. He currently chairs or has chaired numerous committees of the American College of Phlebology, furthering specialty recognition and public education regarding vein disease. Dr. Schul is a member of the American Medical Association, the Indiana State Medical Association, and Tippecanoe County Medical Society.

Dr. Schul is recognized as one of the most experienced Phlebologists in the Midwest, offering the widest array of treatment options. His focus however is on helping his patients achieve the best outcomes using the best treatment options for their respective condition.

For more information:

Lafayette Regional Vein & Laser Center

985 South Creasy Lane

Lafayette, IN 47905-4800

Tel: 765-807-2770

Fax: 765-807-0348

http://www.lafayettevein.com

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