Marlin W. Schul, MD
is exclusively dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of varicose vein disease
. He received his medical degree from Indiana University. His training included a categorical residency in Emergency Medicine at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dr. Schul transitioned his career to Venous Medicine in 2002 after receiving immersion training in the comprehensive management of vein disease in addition to extensive ultrasound diagnostic training. His efforts in research from medical school, residency, and professional career have yielded in peer-reviewed publications, and multiple research grant awards. Dr. Schul's work is recognized on national and international stages where he has helped educate hundreds of physicians in venous pathology and patient advocacy.
Dr. Schul is a highly credentialed professional. He is board certified by the American Board of Phlebology and the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American College of Phlebology, and a member of the AMA, Indiana State Medical Association, and Tippecanoe County Medical Society. Dr. Schul's contributions and dedication to the specialty have led to his election to the Board of Directors for the American College of Phlebology where he serves as treasurer.
Despite all of his clinical activity and personal accomplishments, Dr. Schul takes time to relax and enjoy his family of three daughters and wife of over twenty years. He enjoys time with family, travel, golf, deep sea fishing, and competitive shooting sports.
Stop by or contact the Lafayette Regional Vein & Laser Center today to find how Dr. Schul can help you get back to living your life.
Recent Speaking Event November 10, 2007 at the American College of Phlebology Annual Congress. Recipient of the 2007 BSN Medical Grant Award and presentation of original research titled: "Compression stockings vs. Sclerotherapy for patients with isolated reticular and spider Veins: A Randomized Trial." This study demonstrated clinical improvement in aching, pain and cramping with compression stockings, while sclerotherapy offered further improvement in all clinical parameters studied. When Spider veins were subsequently injected, further relief of pain and aching were reported.
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