If you’re considering Vein Specialists of Tennessee as an option for the diagnosis/treatment of varicose veins, spider veins or other vein-related condition, you’ll want to know a little more about our physician, Dr. Jack Tarr.
A veteran of the United States Navy, Dr. Tarr has been practicing in East Tennessee for more than 30 years. He earned his undergraduate degree from Carson-Newman College in 1972 and his medical degree from the University of Tennessee at Memphis in 1975. He served his residency in family practice with the Navy Medical Corps, based in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr. Tarr has been Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice since 1976, and he is also Board Certified by the Medical Review Officer Certification Council. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and has been a member of the American College of Phlebology since 1988. He is also a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.
Regarded for his dedication to patient interaction, Dr. Tarr takes the time to provide detailed information to each of his patients about treatment options, and he will answer any questions you may have about your condition or treatment plan. He believes good communication between doctor and patient is the foundation for proper care – before, during and after treatment.
Dr. Tarr also has good working relationships with referring physicians throughout the region, and he always makes sure to stay in close contact with each patient’s primary-care doctor, providing detailed reports and information about follow-up treatments. If a primary physician has a question about a patient, our office always makes sure to respond promptly and thoroughly.
If you’ve been considering some type of sclerotherapy treatment or seeking the care of a Knoxville phlebotomist, contact us online or call 865-584-2146 to take the next step.
Dr. Jack Tarr of Vein Specialists of Tennessee has more than 30 years of experience treating patients in Knoxville and the surrounding East Tennessee area. Vein Specialists of Tennessee routinely treats varicose veins, spider veins, face veins, and venous ulcers through a spectrum of treatment options, including ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, endovenous laser ablation and microsurgical ambulatory phlebectomy.