At The Vein Clinic in Columbia, SC, Dr. Neal Reynolds focuses solely on vein disorders. This allows him to spend all of his time perfecting the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease. In every case he adds to his venous experience, knowledge and skill. It also enables Dr. Reynolds, and all of us here at The Vein Clinic, to remain at the forefront of vein care so that we can continue providing the best possible results.
Specialized care for varicose veins and venous disease.
The experience and credentials trusted by thousands of South Carolinians. With more than 25 years of general and vascular surgery experience, Dr. Neal Reynolds has treated thousands of patients and guided them on their road to recovery from vein disease. He uses the most advanced, minimally invasive techniques.
A reputation for top-quality treatment and outcomes.Dr. Reynolds is trusted by both Columbia physicians and by thousands of satisfied patients for providing leading-edge, highly skilled care, and for building one of the area’s premier centers of vein care excellence.
Our Office History
One of the first things you will notice about our office is that, well, it doesn’t look like a typical doctor’s office. And it’s not!
The property known now as Middleburg Park, including the Middleborough Condominiums and Forest Pines Retirement Center, was once home to a 50 bed private psychiatric hospital owned by the Babcock family. Dr. J. W. Babcock founded Waverly Sanatorium in 1912 on 60 acres of wooded terrain bordered by Forest Drive. He practiced there until 1922. His wife, Katherine Guion and their oldest daughter Ferebe Babcock, who became the Administrator of Waverly after Dr. Babcock died, built the red brick home which still stands today at the end of Devonshire.
Our office next door, built in 1930, was the home of another daughter, Alice Babcock Simons, her husband Charles Simons and their three sons. The third daughter Margaret Babcock Meriwether with her husband James and family lived across Forest Drive, then a two-lane road, in the Forest Hills neighborhood.
The Simons house was converted to medical office space ten years ago when Dr. Reynolds opened The Vein Clinic. The current office retains much of its early décor- a fireplace, wood flooring, bookshelves, and a narrow stairway-even the daffodils that Alice planted still bloom voluntarily every year.
Middleborough Condominiums was the original site of the hospital, which was three, stories tall and sat on the highest point of the property to overlook Columbia. The Sanatorium was razed in the mid 1960s when the property was developed into one of the first office parks in the Southeast. The modest cottage turned office has not lost its charm or its hospitable feel. We are proud to welcome our patients and make them feel at home.