First, it's important to know that all procedures are medically approved and have been used by hundreds of thousands of patients to relieve the pain and suffering caused by varicose veins.

Next, you should know that there is no guess work in the procedures we offer. There is no trial and error. Because we use ultrasound and uncover and understand the entire venous structure of your lower extremities - how the blood flows and which veins are diseased - we have an exact road map of how to treat you. As we perform our ultrasound evaluation, you will see and understand what is happening within your body. 

DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR VARICOSE VEINS AND SPIDER VEINS


Radiofrequency Ablation

  • This method uses heat energy to treat and close off the varicose veins.

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Sclerotherapy For Varicose And Spider Veins

  • A procedure that uses a solution injected into the varicose veins to scar and close them off.

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Ambulatory Phlebectomy

  • Small incisions are made in the skin near the varicose vein. Then, a phlebectomy hook is used to carefully remove the diseased vein.

Clarivein For Endovenous Thermal Ablation

  • We’ve recently introduced ClariVein, a specialty tool used for endovenous thermal ablation that increases the effectiveness of the procedure and facilitates a quick return to work and normal activities. Studies have shown that varicose vein procedures using ClariVein are simpler, faster, and result in up to 74% less pain than other minimally invasive vascular treatments.

Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy

  • Here we use ultrasound technology to find larger varicose veins hidden beneath the surface of the skin and inject them with a solution to scar and close them.

VeinGogh

  • VeinGogh is a relatively new vein treatment that uses microburst technology to eliminate small spider veins and networks of veins known as telangliectasia. The procedure can also be used to treat cherry angiomas and rosacea.