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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 75

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Palm Beach County Notables Advertising Section, The Palm Beach Post Wednesday, September 15, 1999 7 ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT "How To Make Unsightly Veins And Leg Pain Disappear!" Pathfinder program benefits from charity golf tournament f it" S tr i, n i v-' --. r 4t-v - The Varicose veins are removed through a series of tiny microvascular incisions with the use of microsurgical instruments. These incisions arc so small that only steri-strips, not stitches, are needed to close these tiny openings. Reduced Recovery Time The old operation meant a five-day hospital stay and many weeks of wearing leg wraps. T he new way, ambulatoryjihlehectomy, requires ace bandages for the first day and stylish compression hose with graduated pressure for just two weeks. Pay Only Your Deductible Most insurance companies recognize the practicality of the outpatient procedure and most patients find that their plans cover the operation completely. FREE Special Report Call for your FREE Special Report: "How To Make Unsightly Veins And Leg Pain Disappear". Learn how this amazing technique can help you achieve long term results! Amazing new procedure has you back on your feet immediately. North Palm Beach, FL - Those unattractive bulging blue veins in your legs are brought about by a decreased blood flow caused ny abnormal pressure, swelling or inflammation. At times your legs may itch, burn or feci heavy and fatigued. Medical Problem Dr. Tom Ashton, a surgeon with the Florida Vein & Surgery Center, says "This is definitely a medical problem." Many complications are brought about by ignoring this condition including increased chance of bleeding or blood clots. Now a microsurgical technique called ambulatory phlebectomy, first developed in Europe more than 30 years ago, has become the best answer to the problem of varicose veins. Long Term Results Dr. Ashton and the Florida Vein & Surgery Center is associated with a group of doctors who have performed over 2,500 major procedures. Ashton described the benefits ot this treatment. "This is an outpatient procedure. It does not require hospitalization. There is no general anesthesia used, minimizing another set of complications. The Advertising Federation of the Greater Palm Beaches sponsored its annual charity golf tournament for the group's Pathfinder Scholarship Program and several local charities. Co-chairs of the event were Greg Martini and Vicki Fort Hunkler. Other committee members included Denise Angelo, Candy Beedle and Call 800-766-6076 24 Hrs., 7 Days a week for a FREE recorded message. To reach Dr. Ashton directly call (561)630-4144 ' Florida Vein & Surgery Center - 2000 PGA Boulevard, North Palm Beach, Florida AREA RUG Sandi O'Malley. The Corporate Cup was won by Mark Wolfmueller, Bob Smith, Jim Belle and Bill Brown. From left: Denise Angelo, Vicki Fort Hunkler, Greg Martini, Candy Beedle and Sandi O'Malley planned the annual golf tournament fund-raiser for the Advertising Federation. KrriiHirrptwftw.wMnr!fettir 1" -I rJ, AAUW establishes Doris Karlik scholarship Let Our Professional Staff Custom Design A Rug To Fit Your Specific Needs OR Choose From Hundreds Of Rugs In Stock For A Savings Of 30-50 CARPET DESIGNS UNLIMITED 1 975 South Congress Ave. s Delray Beach (561) 265-1019 1-800-780-7847 Hours: Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm Sat 10am - 4pm Closed Sun. ; L VI ; . 1-1 The board of directors of the Northern Palm Beach County Branch of the American Association of University Women has designated its local scholarship in honor of outgoing president Doris Karlik. Karlik served three years as branch president. Betty Vantrease, a member of the scholarship committee, awarded the first local scholarship to Robin Sofia of Jupiter who is studying nursing at the Palm Beach Community College. The scholarship will be given out annually. For information, call (561) 873-1193 or (561) 622-4410. Get Your Group Noticed! We have a fun, easy and effective way tor your local organization to... Keep the community informed about your events. Quickly share information with members. Solicit new membership. And much, much more! I Doris Karlik (left) and Betty Vantrease (right) of the American Association of University Women gave Robin Sofia (center) a scholarship. gNothingf" I Free! f i V J Palm Beach Interactive is providing Web sites for neighborhood and alumni associations, sport leagues, dubs and service organizations, etc... at absolutely no cost! Free Community Web Sites For more information contact Gina Wilcox at 561 820.3715 gina.wilcoxcimedia.com CONDO DO'S AND DONTS Ask Gary Poliakoff, The Condo Consultant, about the issues affecting your community. Sunday in Home & Garden. B THE PALM BEACH COUNTY CREDIT UNION CHAPTER'S ninth-annual golf tournament raised nearly $8,000 for local foster-care programs as well as the chapter's scholarship fund. Almost 150 golfers participated in the tournament; Barry Hughes served as chairman. One of the county programs benefiting from the fundraiser enables community leaders to work to reduce the time a child stays in foster care. The Palm Beach Rjst www.GoPBI.conl , In partnership1 with The PaTm Se'ach Post. ,

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