Dr. Boyd Eric Erdman M.D.
Phlebology2275 Deming Way Suite 280 Middleton WI, 53562
Dr. Boyd Erdman is a phlebologist practicing in Middleton, WI. Dr. Erdman is a medical doctor specializing in veins and venous diseases. As a phlebologist, Dr. Erdman diagnoses, treats and in certain cases prevents diseases of the veins. Dr. Erdman may treat vein disorders like clotting disorders, varicose veins, leg ulcers, capillary anomalies, vascular birthmarks, lymphatic diseases and more. Treating abnormal veins can prevent blood blots in the future. Phlebologists perform treatments like microsclerotherapy, vascular laser therapy and sometimes minimally invasive surgeries.
Education and Training
New Jersey College of Dentistry 1996
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