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Vein Treatment

Vein Treatment

Restoring Health and Confidence through Specialized Care

Treatment Steps:

Step One

Clinical consultation with one of our vein experts.

Step Two

Complete vein mapping + venous doppler (ultrasound) of the lower extremities done in the clinic with a customized treatment plan.


Step Three

Authorization for treatment will be submitted to your health insurance provider (if required).


Step Four

Schedule your treatment.
Sclerotherapy BeforeSclerotherapy After

Sclerotherapy: Injections

Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure used to eliminate varicose and spider veins. This is done by injecting a product into the vein called a “sclerosing agent”, which causes them to collapse and disappear through the body’s natural healing process. In most cases, treatment of varicose veins are covered by health insurance. Sclerotherapy can be done visually or with the use of an ultrasound.

Radio Frequency Endovenous Ablation: Closurefast™

Thermal Ablation

ClosureFast™ Targeted Endovenous Therapy is the only minimally invasive segmental radiofrequency (RF) ablation treatment that utilizes radiofrequency energy to provide an even and uniform heat to contract the collagen in the vein walls, causing them to collapse and seal. Once a leg vein is closed, blood flow is re-directed to healthy veins. The ClosureFast™ procedure allows for a quick, comfortable recovery and a return to everyday activities, while also improving the appearance of varicose veins.
Before & After ClosureFast Procedure

Varithena: Non Thermal Ablation - Injections

Minimally Invasive, Nonsurgical

Treatment with Varithena® does not require any incisions or general anesthesia. It usually takes the doctor less than an hour to administer Varithena®. Patients may resume some activities the same day but should avoid heavy exercise for one week.

Types of Veins Treated

Varithena® treats a wide range of varicose veins in the GSV system, including:
Varithena® does not treat all forms of varicose veins. Please talk with your doctor to see if Varithena® may be right for you.

Clarivein: Non-Thermal Ablation

ClariVein®OC is a specialty infusion catheter for the occlusion of incompetent veins in patients with superficial venous reflux. The ClariVein®OC device is a slim, thin catheter (tube) that your doctor temporarily inserts into the peripheral vasculature through a pin-sized entrance point. ClariVein®OC is several times smaller than other devices used in peripheral vascular treatments allowing the entrance point to be smaller. Procedures which use ClariVein®OC are often simpler, faster and studies have shown up to 74% less pain than other minimally-invasive peripheral vascular treatments1. Because no thermal energy is used, there is no need for the multiple needle-stick injections of anesthesia (pain-numbing) medication along the length of the treated area. This shortens the time the procedure takes, reduces pain and discomfort, and also eliminates bruising.
Clarivein: Non-Thermal Ablation
Clarivein: Non-Thermal Ablation

Venaseal: Non-Thermal Ablation - Medical Adhesive

(Please note there is limited use of this in the office at this time)

Experience the VenaSeal™ Closure System:

The VenaSeal™ closure system is the only non-tumescent, non-thermal, non-sclerosant procedure that uses a proprietary medical adhesive delivered endovenously to close the vein. This unique approach eliminates the risk of nerve injury when treating the small saphenous vein, which is a risk sometimes associated with certain thermal-based procedures.1,2 Clinical studies have demonstrated that the procedure is safe and effective.1-4 The procedure is administered without the use of tumescent anesthesia, avoiding patient discomfort associated with multiple needle sticks.
how Venaseal Closure System works

Phlebectomy: Removal of Varicose Veins

What is Ambulatory Phlebectomy?

Ambulatory phlebectomy is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to treat varicose veins just under the skin. The abnormal vein is removed through a tiny incision or incisions, using a special set of tools. Often, the incisions are so small that at two months, they are hardly visible, and at six months, no signs of surgery can be found. In contrast to sclerotherapy of large varicose veins, ambulatory phlebectomy minimizes the risks of intra-arterial injection, skin necrosis, and residual hyperpigmentation.
Phlebectomy Before & After
Phlebectomy: Removal of Varicose Veins
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