Varicose Vein Specialists

Trained in the most advanced techniques

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Varicose Vein Specialists

Trained in the most advanced techniques

Curing unsightly vein disease with the most advanced treatments

Learn about our Procedures

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Venous Disease
Stats & Facts

25% of the global adult (18+) population is afflicted with venous reflux disease or a more serious form of venous disease called chronic venous insufficiency (CVI)

83% of the global population with venous reflux disease or chronic venous insufficiency remain undiagnosed

Only 1% of the global population with venous reflux disease or chronic venous insufficiency are actually treated

Approximately 23% of US adults have varicose veins

Approximately 22 million women between the ages of 40 to 80 years are affected by varicose veins

Approximately 11 million men between the ages of 40 to 80 years are affected by varicose veins

An estimated 2 million men and women with varicose veins will develop symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency, including venous ulceration

An estimated 2 million work days are lost as result of chronic venous ulcerations

An estimated $3 billion are spent annually in the US to treat chronic venous ulcerations

With a 30 min screening is able to confirm the presence of venous reflux disease and determine the severity of the condition.

With a 60 min procedure Dr. Veins is able to permanently close the diseased veins and give your legs a more youthful appearance.

90+% Do not have a re-occurrence of varicose veins after successfully closing the diseased vessel(s)

Varicose Veins 101

What Are They?

Simply put, varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins near the surface of the skin. They most commonly develop in the legs when faulty valves cause blood to collect (pool) rather than circulate back to the heart. This pooling (called “venous insufficiency” or “venous reflux disease”) increases pressure within the vein which in turn causes susceptible vein walls to weaken and dilate.


Why Did This Happen?

The fact of the matter is some people are more likely to develop varicose veins than others – and often there is very little one can do to prevent what is an inevitability. It is just a natural process driven by genetics, aging, hormonal changes, and even pregnancy. While there are various lifestyle changes that can be recommended to slow the development of varicose veins (exercising, maintaining a healthy weight, elevating legs regularly, avoiding long periods of sitting or standing, and wearing compression stockings), these veins will eventually succumb to incompetent valves, increased pressure, and inherent structural weakness.

Varicose Veins 101

Why Did This Happen?

The fact of the matter is some people are more likely to develop varicose veins than others – and often there is very little one can do to prevent what is an inevitability. It is just a natural process driven by genetics, aging, hormonal changes, and even pregnancy. While there are various lifestyle changes that can be recommended to slow the development of varicose veins (exercising, maintaining a healthy weight, elevating legs regularly, avoiding long periods of sitting or standing, and wearing compression stockings), these veins will eventually succumb to incompetent valves, increased pressure, and inherent structural weakness.

Top Reasons to Take Action Today

Varicose veins can have a dramatic impact on your confidence, restrict your lifestyle, and limit your freedom.

Varicose veins are NOT just a cosmetic issue. Left untreated, they can also cause health problems such as serious skin ulcers or open sores, deep vein thrombosis, skin color changes, hard thickened skin, and bleeding. Bleeding from varicose veins is a medical emergency. Seek immediate help if this happens.

Varicose veins are a progressive condition that typically worsen with time and can lead chronic changes in the skin and tissues, including open sores or ulcers and hard, thickened skin.

Varicose veins are a treatable medical condition.

Our Dr. Vein venous reflux disease screening only takes 30 minutes and is Free. We use advance ultrasound analysis that is accurate.

Varicose veins diagnosis and treatments are covered by Medicare and most PPO insurance plans.

A relatively quick procedure can eliminate varicose veins and help you reclaim your youthful unrestricted lifestyle

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