Our Sclerotherapy Team



Mary Guise, RN

Sclerotherapy Nurse

Mary has dedicated her nursing career to the care of venous disorders. During her 20-year career, she has served thousands of patients and trained dozens of nurses and physicians in sclerotherapy treatment of varicose and spider veins.

Mary’s nursing experience includes obstetrics, pediatrics, neurosurgery and coronary care.

Before joining The Vein Clinic, Mary served as the Chief Sclerotherapist at Maryland Vein Professionals and as the Manager of Quality Assurance and Clinical Sclerotherapy Training for a national vein-care organization.


Melanie Broadwell, RN, BSN, CEN

Sclerotherapy Nurse

Melanie began her nursing career as a LPN in 2008, and became a RN in 2010.

She has experience in long-term care, critical care, and emergency nursing. The highlights of Melanie’s career to date include being named a critical care resident at Lexington Medical Center and completing a community nurse health clinical experience in South Africa.

Melanie became inspired to become a sclerotherapist while being treated by Mary, our sclerotherapy nurse. She joined The Vein Clinic in early 2014 and feels very fortunate to be a part of Dr. Reynold’s team.


Colleen Vowles, RN

Sclerotherapy Nurse

Colleen became interested in joining The Vein Clinic team while being treated as a patient.

She has been a Registered Nurse for 17 years with experience in medical/surgical and cardiac nursing care.

Colleen has since been trained extensively in the sclerotherapy treatment of varicose and spider veins by Dr. Reynolds and Mary Guise.

Take the first step towards better looking, better feeling legs today at The Vein Clinic by scheduling an initial consultation. Schedule an appointment online or give us a call at (803) 253-8667.

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1725 Devonshire Dr. Columbia, South Carolina 29204
(803) 253-8667
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