What are Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted and sometimes painful veins that sit superficial below the skin.
Resulting from poorly functioning valves – or vein incompetence (reflux)
Varicose veins usually occur in the veins of the legs, although it may occur elsewhere
Varicose veins can cause symptoms or be just cosmetically unappealing.
Varicose vein disease is a progressive disease and can become worse over time.
This presentation will help you understand your anatomy, the various levels of varicose veins, and how you can take care of them with various methods including the new technologies now on the market.
Simply, varicose veins can be easily treated today on an outpatient basis and have you back to your normal activities in just days.
25 Million people suffer from venous reflux disease, the underlying cause for most varicose veins
Pain in the legs, tiredness/fatigue, heaviness, aching, burning, cramping, itching, swelling
Visible, enlarged veins
Brownish-grey discoloration on the ankle
Skin ulcers near the ankle
What is the Cause of Varicose Veins?
Pressure from gravity
Vein wall weakness
What We Can Do For You
If you have varicose veins, we can help you. Whether you have bulging veins or spider veins we have the treatment that is right for you. Make an appointment with us today so we can set up a treatment plan that best fits your needs.
We do a complete thorough venous ultrasound to evaluate deep and superficial veins to check for deep vein thrombus and venous reflux, we also look for incompetent perforator veins.
Endovenous Laser or Radiofrequency Ablation
Our Laser and Radiofrequency machines are rated the best in venous treatments, that provide great results. Procedures to close refluxing veins by making a small incision in the leg.
Procedure done with a rotary suction device to get rid of bulging and prominant varicose veins, as an outpatient in hospital.
Sclerotherapy or Surface Laser
Cosmetic procedures to clean up any spider veins by injecting sclerosing solution or using surface laser machine.
Your Treatment Plan
On your consultation we will examine the types of varicose veins you have and give you an outline of the treatments and procedures you will need to achieve the best results. Upon results of your venous ultrasound we can begin the scheduling process to start your procedures. We are positive that you will be happy with the results.