Venous insufficiency and varicose vein treatment options

Quality of life is better when you feel comfortable and confident. Let us restore your vein health with long-term results. Following your diagnosis, we’ll discuss treatment options with you. All of our solutions use the latest minimally invasive procedures and technology and require little to no downtime.

Treatment options

Radiofrequency ablation
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A minimally invasive procedure that uses high-frequency radio waves to create heat in the problem vein to seal it shut.

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A minimally invasive surgery in which tiny incisions are made in the skin’s surface to remove bulging varicose veins.

Ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy
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A procedure involving an injection of a material that shuts down the damaged veins using ultrasound guidance. Other veins in the network of blood vessels take over the function of the damaged veins.

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This minimally invasive procedure involves injecting the problem vein with a medical-grade adhesive. Compression stockings are often not required for this procedure. This adhesive closes off the vein and allows blood to route through other healthy veins in your leg. 

Varithena® chemical ablation
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Injection of Varithena® (FDA-approved medication) into problem veins seals them. Varithena fills the vein and causes it to collapse. After the vein collapses, blood flow shifts to healthier veins.

Compression stockings
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Compression stockings can help relieve symptoms associated with venous disease and help decrease the chances of the problem getting worse. Compression stockings also help to prevent blood clots and reduce swelling in the legs. 

Deep venous stenting
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A stent, or woven polyester tube, is placed into deep veins to improve help blood flow by helping to keep the vein open.

Embolization of pelvic varices
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Small coils are inserted into the femoral vein via catheter to clot the blood and close faulty veins in the pelvic area.