Welcome to Vein Specialists of Augusta

Vein Specialists of Augusta offers comprehensive therapeutic and cosmetic vein care.  Dr. James Sherman and staff welcome the opportunity to serve all of your vein care needs.  Our ultrasound vascular laboratory is fully accredited by the (I.C.A.V.L.) International Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories. We now accept: Amerigroup, Cigna, Wellcare Medicare, BCBSSC, and Georgia & South Carolina Medicaid for therapeutic vein care.  We also offer Care Credit Financing for the uninsured and for cosmetic vein care.

State-Of-The-Art Vein Care

Individualized Vein Care at Vein Specialists of Augusta

We provide vein treatments tailored to our patient’s personal therapeutic needs and aesthetic goals. Dr. James C. Sherman, our medical director at Vein Specialists of Augusta has over thirty years of experience in diagnosing and treating vein disease. We know everyone is unique and strive to provide excellent service each and every time. Dr. Sherman provides the latest technology in therapeutic and cosmetic vein care and takes great pride in preventing and treating vein disease.  Our motto is simple; “Healthy Legs For Life!”

Mission of Healthy Legs for life at veins clinic at augusta
Vein Specialist of Augusta in Georgia
Dr. James Sherman of Vein Specialist of Augusta

Ready to book your vein screening appointment at Vein Specialists of Augusta?

Whether you are interested in therapeutic vein care or cosmetic vein care we are here to help you with your vein care needs. If you are experiencing any symptoms such as leg pain, heavy tired legs, restless legs, or you have visible veins that you would like to have treated, feel free request your consult with Dr. James Sherman, our board-certified physician and medical director. Need directions to our Vein Clinic? Click Here! Request your appointment online 24/7 

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