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Allison Kohtz Named Office Manager of Hamilton Vein Center Kingwood & Hamilton Vein Center Bellaire

The Hamilton Vein Center has selected Allison Kohtz to oversee its Bellaire and Kingwood vein center locations. Allison is excited to be a part of Hamilton Vein Center’s expansion into these areas and helping people look and feel better.


Houston, Texas – It’s been an exciting start to the year at the Hamilton Vein Center with two new vein center locations opening in Bellaire and Kingwood. This growth has made it possible for Dr. Carlos R. Hamilton III, medical director of Hamilton Vein, to add new team members and realign current staff so all three locations – Sugar Land, Bellaire and Kingwood – meet the high standards of patient care and service for which the Houston vein center is well known.  
Allison Kohtz, former office manager at Hamilton Vein Center – Sugar Land, is now office manager of both Hamilton Vein Center Bellaire and Hamilton Vein Center Kingwood. Allison’s path to the medical field wasn’t traditional. After graduating magna cum laude from Texas A&M University, she taught in school districts in both Texas and Michigan, but she has truly enjoyed the transition to the medical field. Excellent managerial skills and a warm, approachable personality make Allison the ideal person to oversee day-to-day administrative functions and to engage patients, helping them feel both comfortable and well-informed about their vein treatments – both hallmarks of Hamilton Vein.
Vein awareness and vein education are very much a part of Hamilton Vein’s mission. In addition to providing convenient, outpatient access to today’s most sophisticated minimally invasive vein treatments, the Hamilton Vein Center is out to de-bunk the many vein myths that continue to stand in the way of people looking and feeling better.  
The most common vein misconceptions are that varicose veins are just a cosmetic issue, no pain equals no problem, and vein treatment is expensive and painful. The truth is, the majority of unsightly vein problems are caused by an underlying medical condition called venous insufficiency – a progressive, mostly hereditary condition that occurs when blood flows backward due to stretching and enlargement of the vein wall. Over time, the valves that control the flow are not able to open and close properly, causing blood to pool in veins and branches.
While a bulging vein or discolored vein is an unsightly sign of an underlying vein problem, many people brush off and ignore feelings of tiredness, heaviness, achiness, and restlessness – each classic signs of venous insufficiency. You do not have to feel pain to have venous insufficiency. If you are experiencing any of the signs or having any issues with your legs, a simple ultrasound screening can determine if venous insufficiency is present or not. If it is, a state-of-the-art, minimally invasive vein treatment treats the problem at the source – all in the comfort and convenience of the Hamilton Vein Center.
Today’s vein treatments improve quality of life – no matter the stage of progression.  Patients can expect virtually little to no pain, a fast recovery period, little to no downtime, and immediate relief. Procedures take less than an hour start to finish and most are covered by insurance and Medicare.
Allison Kohtz brings a teacher’s sensibility, warmth, humor and caring to her new role as office manager of Hamilton Vein Center Bellaire and Hamilton Vein Center Kingwood. Her tremendous work ethic allows her to run both offices with great aplomb. She is a tremendous asset to Hamilton Vein Center and to all of our patients who have the pleasure of working with her during the course of their vein treatments. Bellaire and Kingwood are both in excellent hands.


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