Weill Cornell Medicine's Vein Treatment Center not only offers highly specialized treatment for spider veins, but also cosmetic treatments for the hands, legs, and face. Our patients enjoy expert care and a safe, comfortable experience.
Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian is consistently ranked the Best Hospital in New York year after year by U.S. News & World Report.
Our highly skilled Vein Treatment Center practitioners have the unique advantage of interfacing with teams of specialists in all areas of medical care, using the vast resources of one of the country’s most prestigious medical and teaching institutions.
At Weill Cornell Medicine’s Vein Treatment Center, we believe a strong patient-doctor relationship is the cornerstone of success and satisfaction in aesthetic cosmetic treatments. Unlike many other cosmetic treatment centers where you won’t meet the provider until the day of your injections, our highly specialized and experienced physicians are involved in every step of your treatment process and personally perform all the pre- and post-treatment care.
Weill Cornell Medicine is internationally recognized as one of the premier patient care, teaching, and research facilities in the world. Our physicians offer you the most effective treatment approaches and recent clinical innovations.
Your safety is the team at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Vein Treatment Center’s top priority and concern.
Dr. Lisa Amatangelo graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Biopsychology and Cognitive Science. She earned her MD from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, and completed her residency at William Beaumont Hospital in 2005. She served as a Clinical Lecturer in Vascular Surgery and Co-Director of the University of Michigan Vein Centers from 2007 to 2017. She is ABMS Board Certified in Family Medicine and a Diplomat of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. She speaks nationally and internationally about venous and lymphatic diseases and is the Treasurer of the American College of Phlebology. She is a Board Member of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine and a member of the American Venous Forum, European Venous Forum, American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Association, and MENSA. Her clinical interests include sclerotherapy, compression therapy, and facial cosmetic injectables. She also has a particular interest in medical journalism and community medical education with extensive experience as a medical communicator and spokesperson.