Dr. Terrell Singleton Joins Hamilton Vascular at Clear Lake Vein Clinic

CLEAR LAKE, TEXAS (February 2023): Hamilton Vascular, a leader in the minimally invasive treatment of vein disease, welcomes vascular surgeon Terrell Singleton, MD, to the renowned South Texas medical practice. Highly trained physicians at Hamilton Vascular provide minimally invasive treatments using advanced interventional radiology techniques to help patients reclaim active, healthy lifestyles. An expert in the diagnosis and treatment of vein disease, Dr. Terrell Singleton will practice at the Clear Lake vascular and vein clinic location of Hamilton Vascular in Webster, Texas.

About Terrell Singleton, MD

Throughout her career as a vascular surgeon, Dr. Terrell Singleton has helped patients overcome the pain associated with vein disease by diagnosing and treating vein issues such as varicose veins and venous insufficiency. Highly trained in outpatient vein procedures, she utilizes the most leading-edge technology to provide relief from leg swelling, skin discoloration, leg cramping, achy legs, and more. The minimally invasive techniques mastered by Dr. Singleton include ablation and options for sclerotherapy. These procedures relieve pain and enable patients to quickly return to normal activities.

In college, Dr. Singleton began as an English major with the intention of becoming a magazine editor. That all changed when she started taking science classes and began to envision herself as a doctor. She drew upon her memory as a young girl needing eye surgery. “That experience gave me a lot of empathy and helped me realize what medicine can do for people so they can move forward with their life,” she says. Now, having performed over 5,000 procedures as a vascular surgeon, she has helped countless vascular and vein clinic patients move on from the pain and limitations of vein disease.

Dr. Singleton attended the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine in Galveston. She stayed in Galveston for a five-year residency in general surgery. A two-year vascular surgical fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston followed. Before joining Hamilton Vascular, Dr. Singleton spent the beginning of her career at Vein Clinics of America, serving as regional medical director for the last year and a half of her tenure.

Dr. Singleton passionately believes in building strong, trusting relationships with her patients to promote the best possible outcomes. She encourages open conversations to discuss questions, concerns, and issues. She understands that procedures can be scary for patients, so it is vital that they trust and feel comfortable with her. “Treat people the way you want to be treated. That is what I try to live by, especially as a physician,” she says. With Dr. Singleton’s patient-centered philosophy she uses her network of lower extremity providers to offer complete leg care for her patients at the vascular and vein clinics.

Dr. Singleton is married to an anesthesiologist at MD Anderson in Houston. Together with their son, they enjoy skiing and hiking in her husband’s home state of Colorado. They also enjoy staying active with their labradoodle while experiencing the people, cultures, and fun activities in Houston.

Dr. Singleton accepts new patients and welcomes them to see her at the Clear Lake vascular and vein clinic of Hamilton Vascular.

About Vascular Interventional Radiology

Vascular interventional radiologists pioneer treatments on the cutting-edge of medicine, and often help patients avoid surgeries used in the past to treat vascular disease. The team of specialists at Hamilton Vascular create comprehensive vein treatment plans that look beyond cosmetic problems to detect underlying complications. They diagnose and treat venous disease using innovative, minimally invasive procedures with small incisions, less pain, and shorter recovery times. Procedures take place at in-office or outpatient vascular and vein clinics, with no hospital requirement. Patients suffering from venous insufficiency, varicose veins, spider veins, leg sores and ulcers, leg discoloration, edema or swelling, burning and itching legs, restless legs syndrome, and more can benefit from vascular and interventional radiology.

About Hamilton Vascular

Established in 2010, Hamilton Vascular early on became known as a leading vascular and interventional radiology practice in South Texas. The providers at Hamilton Vascular are board-certified physicians specializing in minimally invasive techniques for diagnosing and treating vascular diseases. Nurse practitioners at the practice undergo advanced training as well, thus qualifying for certification.

Through innovative, state-of-the-art technology, Hamilton Vascular’s experts provide cutting-edge procedures and treatments to help prevent issues that reduce quality of life–from varicose veins, vein thrombosis, venous insufficiency, and peripheral artery disease (PAD/PVD)–to lymphedema and restless leg syndrome. Currently with six vascular and vein clinics–Katy, Round Rock, San Antonio, Sugar Land, Webster, and The Woodlands, Texas–Hamilton Vascular’s specialists are committed to delivering outstanding and safe care with compassion and concern for all their patients.

Schedule with Dr. Singleton at Hamilton Vascular in Clear Lake at 251 Medical Center Boulevard Suite 200, Webster, TX 77598. To request an appointment or learn more about the practice, visit HamiltonVascular.com or call 832-886-0124.

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251 Medical Center Boulevard, Suite 200

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