Treatment Steps

STEP 1
Clinical consultation with one of our vein experts.
STEP 3
Authorization for treatment will be submitted to your health insurance provider, (if required).
STEP 2
Complete vein mapping of the lower extremities done in the clinic with a customized treatment plan.
STEP 4
Schedule your treatment.

TREATMENT OPTIONS

Sclerotherapy

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.

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Radio Frequency Endovenous Ablation (RFA): Venefit™

  • 45 minute non-surgical procedure
  • Done in the office
  • Local anesthesia and sedation used
  • No down time
  • Little to no scarring

Venefit™ Targeted Endovenous Therapy

The Venefit™ procedure is the only minimally invasive segmental radio frequency (RF) ablation treatment that utilizes radio frequency 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 Venefit™ procedure allows for a quick, comfortable recovery and a return to everyday activities, while also improving the appearance of varicose veins.

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Ambulatory Phlebectomy

Ambulatory Phlebectomy involves the removal of the varicose veins through multiple small 2–3 mm incisions in the skin overlying the varicose veins. First the veins are marked with the patent in standing position, then the patient is positioned on the operating table and local anesthesia is applied.

This procedure is designed to give immediate results since the varicose veins are removed from the legs. There is usually little to no scarring after the procedure.

It is called Ambulatory Phlebectomy because patients usually return to normal daily activity immediately after the procedure.