A Leading Virginia Vein Doctor

Martin T. Smith DO

dr. Craig Iwamoto

At Virginia Skin & Vein, Dr. Martin Smith, a trained vein specialist who is board certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, oversees all patient care. When Dr. Smith established Virginia Skin & Vein in January of 2005, it was the first medical practice in the Roanoke Valley dedicated primarily to the treatment of disorders of skin and veins and firmly established him as a leading Roanoke vein specialist committed to providing state-of-the-art patient care.

A highly regarded Virginia vein doctor, Dr. Martin Smith specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of vein disorders and dermatology. His practice focuses on providing treatment that is both professional and compassionate. Virginia Skin & Vein is proud of the many satisfied patients who consistently refer family and friends to our Roanoke practice. We understand that vein disease is both a medical concern as well as a cosmetic issue, and we will take the time to listen to your concerns.

Dr. Martin Smith is a leading Roanoke vein doctor who has been in active private practice since 1985 and has been treating venous disease since 1989. In addition to his certifications in Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, he is board certified by the American Board of Osteopathic Family Physicians.

As a Roanoke vein specialist, Dr. Smith is committed to active involvement in professional organizations and continuing education, which enables him to stay informed about new developments in skin and vein care and to give his patients the best care currently available. Through these affiliations, he is able to stay current with the latest advancements. Dr. Smith is also committed to sharing his knowledge with other physicians.

Professional affiliations of Virginia vein doctor, Dr. Martin Smith:

  • American College of Phlebology
  • American Society of Ambulatory Phlebectomy
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • American Medical Association
  • Medical Society of Virginia
  • Registered Phlebology Sonographer┬á (RPhS)

 

Jason E. Bailey PA-C

dr. Craig Iwamoto

Jason E. Bailey joined Virginia Skin and Vein in September 2006. Originally from Salem, Virginia, he is a graduate of Salem High School and Virginia Tech. He earned a B.S. in Physician Assistant studies in August 2006 from Carilion’s PA program at Jefferson College in Roanoke, Virginia and is a NCCPA certified physician assistant. Physician Assistants are healthcare professionals authorized by the state to practice medicine as part of a team with physicians.
He is trained in dermatology and phlebology (study of vein disease) to diagnose and treat patients for numerous dermatologic and venous conditions including but not limited to acne, eczema, psoriasis, AKs (precancers), skin cancers, biopsy and removal of skin lesions, spider veins and varicose vein disease. His clinical interests include melanocytic neoplasms, photo-aging, and chronic venous insufficiency.