The physicians of Elite Vein Center have performed several thousand procedures. We have a 97% success rate and most patients have relief of their heaviness, ache and discomfort within six weeks.
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Meet Our Doctors
Eddy H. Luh, MD, FSVS, RPVI, FACS Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Eddy H Luh MD graduated from Cornell University. He then received his medical degree from the University of Vermont College of Medicine.
Dr. Luh completed his General Surgery residency here in Nevada at the University of Nevada Affiliated Hospitals. He then trained under legendary Dr Michael E. DeBakey at the world-renowned Methodist Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX where he completed a residency in Vascular Surgery.
After his Vascular Surgery residency, Dr. Luh moved back to Las Vegas, opening his surgical practice in 2001.
He is the Chief of Surgery and a member of the Medical Executive Committee at Valley Hospital. He is a clinical assistant professor at Touro University.
He has lectured on numerous diverse surgical topics and is a physician trainer for multiple surgical devices for various companies including endovenous laser ablation, remote endarterectomy and transilluminated powered phlebectomy. He was the first to perform Trivex, Remote Endarterectomy, and Transcarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR) procedures in Las Vegas.
He has been voted “Top Doc” in Vascular Surgery on more than one occasion by his peers in numerous publications. He is a member of MENSA and the Society of Vascular Surgery.
The Vegas Golden Knights recognized him as a Vegas Strong Hero of the game.
He was one of the recipients of the “Inspired Excellence in Healthcare Awards” by the Las Vegas HEALS organization in 2018.
He is board certified in both Vascular and General Surgery and has special interests in vascular surgery, endovascular interventions, and venous disease.
H. Barrett McDaniel, MD, FACS, Vascular Surgeon
H. Barrett McDaniel, M.D. graduated from The University of Alabama School of Medicine in 1993. He completed his general surgery internship and residency in 2000 from Indiana University Medical Center. In 2002, Dr. McDaniel concluded a vascular surgery fellowship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In 2002, he began his service as a tactical physician with the Jackson-Hinds SWAT team and in 2003 as a flight surgeon with the United States Air Force Reserves.
In 2001, Dr. McDaniel became board certified in general surgery through the American Board of Surgery and achieved board certification in vascular surgery in 2003. He is licensed to practice in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Nevada. He is a member of numerous professional societies including Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, The Society of United States Air Force Flight Surgeons, Southern Association of Vascular Surgeons, Mississippi State Medical Association, Fellow, American College of Surgeons, Society of Vascular Surgery, National Tactical Officers Association, American Medical Association, Aerospace Medical Association, Womack Surgical Society and Tinsley R Harrison Society.
Dr. McDaniel has a strong clinical research and teaching background with a dedication to developing new medical technologies to improve clinical cardiovascular outcomes. He has extensive experience in minimally invasive vascular surgery and a history of multispecialty collaboration. He has numerous published articles in prominent medical journals including Journal of Vascular Surgery, James D. Hardy Surgical Forum, American Journal of Human Genetics and Journal of Vascular Interventional Radiology.
Dr. McDaniel is a proud husband and loving father.
Sai M. Kottapalli, DO, RPVI, Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Sai M. Kottapalli completed his undergraduate education from University of Toronto in Human Biology in 2011. He then went on to obtain his Masters in medical sciences from Boston University School of Medicine in 2013. He then completed his medical degree from University of New England COM, Maine in 2017. He was then accepted to the direct Integrated Vascular Surgery residency program at University of Buffalo. Dr. Kottapalli joins Vegas Vascular Specialties after 5 years of training in Vascular Surgery.
He is a member of Society of Vascular Surgery, Eastern Vascular Surgery, Society of Clinical Vascular Surgery and American Venous Forum.
Dr. Kottapalli has actively participated in several research studies during residency and has presented at several conferences including EVS and SCVS, including publication in JVS. His vascular interests include complex endovascular limb salvage for tissue loss, chronic venous thromboembolism, carotid and aneurysmal disease.
Dr. Kottapalli is certified to perform the minimally invasive Transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR) procedure to treat carotid disease. He is also certified in treating aneurysmal disease using various minimally invasive endografts including Gore, Endologix, Medtronic and Cook. Dr. Kottapalli participated in the Gore conformable AAA as well as the thoracic branch study for thoracic aneurysms.
Dr. Kottapalli prides himself in a patient centered approach to treatment of vascular disease. His services include diagnosis, surveillance and treatment of vascular pathology using both endovascular and open techniques.
Dr. Kottapalli was raised in Toronto, Canada and is a native of India. He speaks Hindi and Telugu fluently. Dr. Kottapalli has moved to Las Vegas with his wife who is a primary care physician and they hope to establish long term relationships with their patients for the foreseeable future.
Dr. Peter Lee, DO, RPVI Vascular Surgeon
Dr. Lee prides himself in the quality of his work and strives for excellence in his patient-centered approach to vascular medicine. Dedicating a significant part of his career to community outreach through various activities including an international medical mission trip to Ghana, West Africa, and having experienced the entire spectrum of modern open and endovascular surgery techniques during training, Dr. Lee brings a well-rounded skillset to Vegas Vascular Specialties.
Dr. Lee has clinical interests in vascular and endovascular surgery including thoracic outlet syndrome, abdominal and thoracoabdominal aneurysm disease, carotid, brachiocephalic and upper extremity arterial disease, aortic reconstruction of aortoiliac disease, peripheral and mesenteric occlusive/aneurysmal disease, hemodialysis access, and venous disease. He has made numerous contributions to peer-reviewed presentations at multiple national conferences on vascular disease.
Dr. Lee was raised in Los Angeles, CA. He speaks both English and Korean fluently, along with Spanish. Away from the operating room, Dr. Lee may be found enjoying the arts, playing golf, and traveling the world.
Dr. Amir Ghaffarian, MD, RPVI Vascular Surgeon
During residency, Dr. Ghaffarian trained under the tutelage of Dr. Benjamin Starnes MD in the management of complex aortic disease utilizing both open and endovascular techniques including physician modified endografts. Additionally, his training occured at the busiest program in the country for vascular trauma and ruptured aortic aneurysms.
Dr. Ghaffarian is a well-rounded vascular surgeon with a broad set of clinical interests including treatment of carotid disease, aortic aneurysms/dissections, peripheral vascular disease (limb salvage), vascular trauma, dialysis access, median arcuate ligament syndrome, thoracic outlet, and venous disease.
Dr. Ghaffarian prides himself in providing quality care for his patients to ensure the best possible outcomes. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family/friends, attending sporting events, traveling, and boating.