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The gallbladder plays a vital role in the digestive system, as it aids in providing nutrients to the small intestine. The gallbladder releases bile into the small intestine and it helps in breaking down fats wi...Read More >
Some 35 percent of Americans are plagued by varicose veins. These twisted, blue or dark purple veins mar your legs. Usually, they aren’t more than a cosmetic problem. But that’s not always the case. Sometim...Read More >
Dr. Tinsley is thankful to be blessed with a phenomenal family, great mentors, and outstanding training. He describes the staff at Tinsley Surgical as an exceptional health care team, with whom he shares the passion and energy to advance patient care to the highest level.Our Story
Minimally invasive endovenous laser treatment is a way of eliminating problem varicose veins.
Foam sclerotherapy has several advantages. For starters, the foam doesn’t mix with your blood in your vein like a liquid sclerosant.
Vascular Ultrasound is an invaluable technique for examining how well your blood flows through arteries and veins all over your body.
Tinsley Surgical offers a variety of general surgeries, to help you with any of your surgical needs!
A hernia is when a part of your body, most often a section of intestine, pushes through a weak spot in the surrounding tissues.
The Tinsley Surgical team uses the latest advanced form of sclerotherapy from Varithena®, a foam that they inject into the affected veins.
Tinsley Surgical also provides varicose vein treatment using VenaCure® laser therapy.
Using laparoscopy has several significant advantages over open surgery.
Spider and Varicose veins are a problem of the past, with Tinsley Surgical advanced vein treatment technologies.
Laparoscopy is a form of abdominal surgery that uses minimally invasive techniques.
The team at Tinsley Surgical uses an advanced form of treatment called polidocanol foam (Asclera) sclerotherapy.