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Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz Celebrates 15 Years in Kansas City

April 10, 2018 – Kansas City, KS: Dr. Craig Schwartz is celebrating the 15th anniversary of his Kansas City vein center and laser aesthetic practice, which is located in Leawood, KS and serves the entire Kansas City metro area.  Known for years as Kansas City’s “Vein Guy,” Dr. Schwartz has performed more than 12,000 [...]

We’re helping KC moms (and their children) in need …

This year for our annual holiday drive we’re supporting SAFEHOME — a caring, safe home for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence.My wife, Peggy, and I are particularly passionate about this cause, which is why we’ve made SAFEHOME the official charity for Premier Vein & Body.We’re doing a Gift and Toy Drive [...]

You’re Invited!

On Thursday Oct 9th, 2014, I’m holding the first of a series of educational events on the latest non-surgical beauty and fat removal treatments. With the holiday season just around the corner, this information evening is an ideal way to get informed about how you can look your best, defy aging or trim any unwanted [...]

Friends & Family Free Vein Screening with Dr. Schwartz & A Free Gift!

Dr. Schwartz is offering a FREE vein screening next Thursday afternoon for friends and family in our Leawood office (August 21, 2014 12pm-5pm). If you or your loved ones have questions about your varicose veins or spider veins or you're suffering from tired, achy legs - this is a great opportunity to get your questions [...]

Dr. Craig Schwartz chosen as KC “Super Doctor”

Dr. Craig Schwartz of Vein Centers for Excellence of Kansas City has been named by Kansas City Super Doctors® as one of the 2014 top doctors in Kansas City for vein treatment.  The number of doctors receiving this honor is limited to approximately five percent of the region’s active physicians. After an extensive nomination and research process conducted by Key Professional Media, Inc, the results [...]

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