Dr. Verebelyi (pronounced “verbally”) has been working with lasers since he received his undergraduate degree. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Minor in Psychology after three and a half years from the Missouri School of Science and Technology. From there, he worked as a Biochemist for two years before entering medical school. After graduating from St. George’s University School of Medicine with Honors, he went on to the University of Connecticut for residency training in Family Medicine. Since residency, Dr. Verebelyi has received board-certification from both the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine.
Dr. Verebelyi is a fellow of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS) He has been an instructor for several ASLMS courses including helping develop and co-chair the fundamentals course. He has also served as a presenter for topics such as hair removal and light-based treatment for primary care providers. At ASLMS Dr. Verebelyi was active in the strategic planning committee, young professional task force, online content committee, selection committee and a regular content provider to the society. Colorado Skin & Vein is an ASLMS preceptor site and Dr. Verebelyi has trained many of the top professionals in the field. He is onsite at Colorado Skin & Vein every day and personally performs many of the treatments.
Dr. Verebelyi is also a Registered Vascular Technician (RVT). RVT’s hold a specialized license under the ARDMS (American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography) which takes about two years to complete. This coursework is specific to the vascular system and is the standard necessary to be able to perform venous ultrasound exams. This means Dr. Verebelyi does not have to rely on his ultrasound tech or a radiologist to read ultrasound studies. He has a deeper understanding of ultrasound studies which leads to more customized and successful treatment plans. He is committed to providing comprehensive vascular care from start to finish.
Outside of clinical practice and ALSMS, Dr. Verebelyi is a reviewer for the Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and works nationally in complicated legal cases to help those involved understand the physiology of energy-based treatments. He also helps develop new technologies with several manufacturers, as well as design training protocols for providers. Dr. Verebelyi has been featured in several news stories and quoted in many national publications such as Medical Aesthetics. He has also worked with multiple on-air personalities for shows such as TLC’s “10 Years Younger”, Bravo’s “Shear Genius”, Speed Network’s “Pinks”, and several of Denver’s local media stars.
Dr. Verebelyi’s passion for teaching has led to two ASLMS Presidential Awards. He is a long-time member of Mensa and prides himself in breaking down barriers to learning as well as processing complex concepts into simple, usable pieces of information. Under his guidance, Colorado Skin & Vein has been awarded multiple local awards and is one of only nine national training centers for Lumenis, while also being named a Center of Excellence for CoolSculpting. The office is dedicated to staying ahead of the curve and houses an array of technology not found anywhere else in Denver.
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Diplomat: American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine
Diplomat: American Board of Family Medicine
Fellow: American Society for Laser Surgery and Medicine