M. Albert Malvehy, MD, RVT, dABVLM is a top rated East Bay vein doctor serving the East Bay and greater San Francisco, California area. One of the few physicians in the country who devotes his practice exclusively to vein disease, Dr. Malvehy performs over 500 major varicose vein treatments using laser vein treatment and 1,000 spider vein treatments with sclerotherapy every year. He has been consistently rated 5-stars on Google, Healthgrades, Yelp!, and other patient platforms for years because, in addition to being an excellent physician, he genuinely cares for his patients and it shows.
Dr. Malvehy is certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, one of less than 700 physicians in the US and Canada who have earned this rigorous certification requiring years of education, experience, and expertise. Dr. Malvehy performs his own ultrasound examinations on all patients during their first visit and is certified in ultrasound both as an RVT, Registered Vascular Technologist, and RPhS, Registered Phlegology Sonographer.
Dr. Malvehy was a Medical Scholar at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine before earning his MD in 2000. He began his clinical career as part of the Duke University Health System.
Our vein clinic is conveniently located in Pleasanton, California at the intersection of I-680 and I-580 allowing easy highway access from anywhere in the greater San Francisco Bay Area and points east, north, and south.
We are a 10 minute walk from the West Dublin/Pleasanton BART stop and there is plenty of free parking available on site.
The office is newly renovated, modern, and inviting. All treatments are performed in the office so there is no need to go to a hospital or surgery center.
“Following meeting Dr. Malvehy through family, I took my mother to get treatment for her leg varicose veins. She was really pleased with how professional the experience was at the practice. Not only was Dr. Malvehy’s expertise in the field apparent but his personal touch and understanding towards my mother was exceptional and it made made all the difference.”
– German M.