No one should have to live in constant pain. If you are suffering from chronic discomfort due to varicose veins or other vascular diseases, there are steps you can take to reduce or even eliminate pain. There are several methods of varicose vein treatment available at Vein Innovations to help you enjoy life to the fullest again. Here is how to get started on your path to great legs for life.

1. Know the signs. Symptoms of vein disease often include, but are not limited to, heaviness, pain or fatigue in the lower extremities, especially at the end of a long day. In many cases, pain involves a dull ache or radiating pain. Swollen, unsightly veins visible just below the skin are likely indicators of venous reflux disease.

2. See a specialist. The second and most important step for addressing venous reflux disease is contacting the vein specialists at VeinInnovations for a new patient consultation. Our knowledgeable, experienced medical staff uses the latest technology to complete a thorough medical assessment, diagnosing you in less than an hour.

3. Consider your treatment options. Most medically-indicated vein treatments are covered by health insurance. In fact, more than 90 percent of treatments done at VeinInnovations are covered. We accept most major medical insurance plans in order to offer the most affordable services possible. Further, we are preferred providers for every major insurance plan. Treatment recommendations and efficacy vary depending on each person and their individual needs. Options include:

  • EVLA
  • RFA
  • Sclerotherapy
  • Ambulatory Phlebectomy
  • Laser Therapy

4. Schedule an appointment. Most treatments are virtually painless and non-invasive. Most of our patients return to their normal lifestyles and activities on the same day of their procedure. Whatever your treatment, our doctors will work to make you feel comfortable and informed.

Find relief by calling the vein doctors and medical staff at VeinInnovations. Our compassionate staff will help you feel at ease about your surgery and treatment and provide excellence in quality care.

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