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Vein and Wellness Center

110 South Piney Road, Suite 100, Chester

(410) 643-1999


Vein & Wellness Center is a comprehensive vein treatment facility established for the treatment of varicose veins, spider veins, and venous disorders. They are the experts in the diagnosis and treatment of vein disorders and focus on treating the symptoms of venous diseases while also delivering excellent cosmetic results. A combination of treatments is used including endovenous closure of diseased lower extremity veins with radiofrequency (VNUS) or laser heat energy, sclerotherapy, duplex guided sclerotherapy, and mini-phlebectomy or removal of varicose veins through small skin punctures.

A personalized treatment plan is developed to accomplish your desired results. Your treatment plan is followed carefully by our caring staff which is lead by board certified vein specialist Dr. Kelly O’Donnell.

Located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore they provide expert care and treatment to patients suffering the symptoms of vein disorders and our team has helped hundreds of people improve their quality of life by easing leg discomfort.

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Escape to Great Oak Manor, a quaint Maryland bed and breakfast on the eastern shore, where the Chesapeake Bay is aglow in warm sunsets; where towering Oaks gently kiss the skyline; and where you can let your body rest and your mind wander.

Tucked away on the outskirts of Chestertown, Maryland, our magnificent 18th century country-style estate rests alongside the waterfront. With 11 guestrooms, Great Oak offers the finest in a romantic luxury bed and breakfast inn, where all of your whims are cared for, day and night.

Spend an afternoon perusing the quaint streets of historic Chestertown, exploring the Eastern Neck refuge, sampling the fresh catch in Rock Hall, or just curl up in the arms of a weathered Adirondack chair to soak up the view.

Great Oak Manor on the Chesapeake Bay possesses grace and elegance that’s tempered with a sense of days gone by. From the moment you reach the meandering roads of the Eastern Shore, you feel as if you are traveling back through time. Here on the edge of Chestertown, the closest highway to this historic inn is the duck flyway, and the only honking comes from the geese flying high over your head.

Their romantic manor inn’s story began in 1938. Born out of the bricks from the ballast of W.R. Grace sailing ships, Great Oak Manor was styled after an 18th century English country retreat.

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