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Dr. Golta Rasouli, MD, RPVI, DABVLM

Dr. Rasouli is a double board-certified and fellowship-trained physician with extensive training in diagnosing and treating venous disorders including cosmetic dermatology, restless leg syndrome, leg cramps and varicose vein disorders. She is a distinguished diplomate of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine, making her one of the few fellowship-trained vein specialists. She also specializes in cosmetic dermatology including non-surgical face lift, fillers, lasers, neuromodulators, body contouring, among others. Her impressive cosmetic results draw many patients seeking for a more “natural” and beautiful appearance. She also attracts many vein patients from all over the nation to her clinic since she is the only ABVLM fellowship trained physician in Southwest Florida.

A Trusted Physician

Dr. Rasouli is known for her warm personality and being very thorough. She has treated thousands of patients with venous disorders and cometic dermatology. Her consultations always emphasize and ensure that her patients are well-informed and educated about their medical conditions to help them prevent and manage their needs more effectively. Her patients refer to her as a compassionate, personable, and caring physician they can trust with the utmost professionalism in care and treatment.

REJUVA Dermatology, Vein, and Skin Cancer Center accepts most insurances with patient-centered care in mind. Ensuring access to specialist treatment and care for patients throughout the Sarasota County and beyond. Dr. Rasouli’s treatment services at REJUVA Dermatology & Vein Center include:

Discuss your skincare concerns with Dr. Rasouli by scheduling your consultation with her at 941-529-0070.

Golden Key Honor Society Member with Research Distinction

She graduated top of her class from University of Western Ontario in Canada and was awarded membership to the Golden Key Honor Society from the University of Toronto for her academic achievements. She is one of the very few physicians in the county who has received extensive training in dermatology, vascular disease, and internal medicine. Dr. Rasouli graduated from Chicago Medical School with research distinction and has received her training at several top universities, including Case Western University, and UNC, where she received extensive hands-on training with some world-renowned experts in the field. Prior to moving to Florida, she served as an associate professor and clinical faculty at the Long Island Jewish (LIJ) Medical Center in New York, where she enjoyed teaching residents and medical students.


Dr. Rasouli has presented at national and international conferences and submitted numerous research articles and abstracts to medical journals. Her publications include:

  • Maxwell Tran, Vinay Satwah, Golta Rasouli, Sanjiv Lakhanpal, Peter Pappas. “Spine stabilization is a risk factor for the development of pelvic iliac vein lesions.” Journal of vascular surgery. Venous and lymphatic disorders vol. 8,3 (2020): 405-411. doi:10.1016/j.jvsv.2019.08.018
  • Mazloom SE, Underwood B, Rasouli G, Phillips M, Collins GR, Grider DJ. Is SOX-10 Reliable as an Individual Marker in Detecting Subungual Melanoma? A Case Report. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology (May 2016).
  • Shaikh, Aasef G, Golta Rasouli et al. “Acute onset of upbeat nystagmus, exotropia, and internuclear ophthalmoplegia–a tell-tale of ponto-mesencephalic infarct.” Journal of the neurological sciences vol. 332,1-2 (2013): 56-8. doi:10.1016/j.jns.2013.06.012
  • Rasouli M, Rasouli G, Lenz FA, Borrett DS, Verhagen L, Kwan HC. Chaos game representation of human pallidal spike trains. J Biol Phys. 2010 Mar;36(2):197-205. doi: 10.1007/s10867-009-9172-x. Epub 2009 Aug 18.
  • Ondracek J, Dec A, Hoque K, Lim S, Rasouli G, Indorkar R, Linardakis J, Klika B, Mukherji S, Burnazi M, Threlfell S, Sammut S, West AR. European Journal of Neuroscience, 2008. 27 (7):1739-54. “Feed-forward excitation of striatal neuron activity by frontal cortical activation of nitric oxide signaling in vivo.”
  • Abstract: Band Keratopathy Protocal. Feinberg School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology, Northwestern University, IL. 2007. Rasouli, G. A prospective study to evaluated use of various Tonometric techniques (Tono-Pen XL and Pneumatonometer) to measure the intraocular pressure of patinets with Calcified Band Keratopathy.
  • Rasouli G, Rasouli M, Lenz FA, Verhagen L, Borrett DS, Kwan HC. “Fractal characteristics of human parkinsonian neuronal spike trains”. Neuroscience. 2006. 139 (3): 1153-1158. University of Toronto, Department of Physiology, Toronto, ON, Canada.
  • Yip C, Scholes G, Rasouli G. An investigation of PSII using atomic force microscopy, fluorescence and visible light spectroscopy. University of Toronto, Department of Biomedical Engineering. 2002.

Awards and Affiliations

Dr. Rasouli was awarded as a Top Doctor in Cosmetic Dermatology and Vein Therapy in 2020. She is affiliated with Sarasota Memorial Hospital and welcomes new patients.

Schedule your consultation for exceptional standards of medical care in Venice, FL, at 941-529-0070.

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