Central Coast Vein & Vascular

Kenneth Spearman, MD

Vascular & Vein Center located in Arroyo Grande, CA

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Meet Dr. Spearman

Kenneth Spearman, MD, is a board-certified interventional radiologist from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, which is ranked best in the nation by U.S News and World Report. He offers patient-centered care at Central Coast Vein & Vascular in Arroyo Grande, California. Dr. Spearman founded his practice in 2015 to bring new minimally invasive treatments to the central coast.

Dr. Spearman earned his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. He was trained by many founding physicians of endovascular and venous interventional treatments.

Before entering medicine, Dr. Spearman attended the United States Military Academy at West Point in New York. Following graduation, he served as a Captain in the US Special Operations Command. Dr. Spearman continues to be passionate about maintaining an active lifestyle and enjoys spending time with his family outdoors in the beauty of the Central Coast. 




Our Mission

CCVV is the Central Coast’s premier clinic for outpatient vascular and other minimally-invasive surgeries. Led by Dr. Ken Spearman, a Harvard-trained vascular interventionalist, our practice provides full-service consultation, diagnostics and state-of-the-art arterial and venous treatments all in a convenient comfortable office setting.

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Say Goodbye to Varicose and Spider Veins

Unsightly and painful varicose and spider veins can put a damper on an active and healthy lifestyle. Varicose veins develop when blood pools in your veins (venous reflux) due to weak or damaged vein valves causing them to swell. Many factors can raise your risk for developing varicose veins including family history, older age, female gender, pregnancy, obesity, prolonged standing or sitting, blood clots, and prior trauma. They can worsen over time and cause more severe vein disorders if left untreated. CCVV provides minimally-invasive, out-patient varicose and spider vein treatments that take less than 30 minutes and require no down time.

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Is PAD preventing you from enjoying life to the fullest?

Aching, throbbing legs, pain and cramping, numbness, tingling, weakness, burning, discolored skin. These are just a few symptoms of peripheral artery disease (PAD) that may be preventing you from doing the things you love to do. You may be more likely to have PAD if (among other factors), you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes or a history of smoking. Left untreated, PAD can lead to amputation. Early diagnosis is key. In addition to lifestyle changes, CCVV offers state-of-the art, minimally-invasive treatments that can get you back on your feet and enjoying life again.

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Know The Stages Of Venous Disease

Know the Stages of Vascular Disease

Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) is a complex disease which affects the anatomy and physiology of the legs. During diagnosis, Dr. Spearman will try to assess the cause and extent of damage to the peripheral system. Conditions may occur singularly or in a combination.

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Spider/ Reticular/ Varicose Veins

When blood pools in the lower extremities, it may cause enlarged blue, red or flesh-colored spider or varicose veins.

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Swelling/ Edema

Deep venous disease (DVD) may cause uncomfortable swelling in the legs, feet and ankles.

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Skin Changes

Color changes in the leg or foot, including redness or blueness, as well as a skin rash and eczema, may occur.

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Tired/ Heavy Legs

A general heaviness in the legs and cramping may indicate that blood is not circulating properly.

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Exercise Pain

Pain, achiness, frequent cramping or heaviness in the leg muscles that occur when walking or climbing stairs.

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Pain at Rest

When significant blockage of the arteries occurs, it may lead to severe pain that can strike during the night or without moving.

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Non- Healing Wounds

When blood flow is inadequate, sores ulcers, or wounds on the toes, feet or legs do not heal well, or heal slowly.


Accepted Insurances

Please call the office to verify your insurance.

Anthem Blue Cross PPO
Blue Shield PPO
CenCal Health
Dignity Health

From Our Blog

Preventing Amputation: Know the Stages of Vascular Disease

If amputation seems like a treatment that’s only needed after acute trauma, consider this: 54% of all amputations are because of vascular disease. Learning the stages of vascular disease and seeking early treatment is the best way to prevent amputation.

What Causes Vascular Disease?

The most unnerving thing about some types of vascular disease is that you won’t know you have the condition until it causes a heart attack or stroke. Learning about vascular disease gives you the advantage you need to take preventive measures.

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Words from our patients

  • Healthgrades

    "I had an outstanding experience at CCVV. The staff are wonderful, everything was done as minimally invasive as possible"

  • Yelp

    "I can't rave enough about Central Coast Vein & Vascular. Not only is the staff great but the procedure works!!"

    Irene R.
  • Google

    "If you're thinking about getting a vein treatment, this is definitely where you should have it done!"

Central Coast Vein & Vascular
880 Oak Park Boulevard, Suite 201
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
Phone: 805-472-6998
Fax: 805-668-2157
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