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What We Do


Our Board Certified Fellowship-trained Vascular Specialists are committed to staying up-to-date with the safest and most current trends of vein and vascular care to best help our patients.

Long Lasting Results

We provide solutions that remove the diseased veins for good.

No General Anesthesia

Minimally invasive procedures that utilize local anesthesia.

Minimal Downtime

You may be able to go back to work on the same day as the procedure.

Accept Most Insurances

Our procedures are covered by most plans including Medicare.

Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT)

Endovenous laser treatments are ablative treatments that has become a mainstream treatment approach of varicose veins. The technology may be radiofrequency wave ablation or laser ablation of different wavelengths. All of these ablative procedures are effective and safe. These are outpatient procedures that rival traditional varicose vein treatment. The success rate of these procedures is greater than 95% with significant patient satisfaction.


Varithena is a newer product used for ultrasound guided sclerotherapy. Varithena is a highly effective treatment for larger branch varicosities that cannot be treated with an ablative procedure. It is perfect for recurrent varicose veins after the patient has had an ablation or surgery. It is a foam sclerosant that it injected under ultrasound guidance.

Sclerotherapy Injections

Sclerotherapy is generally thought to be a cosmetic procedure for unsightly veins but is it commonly used in addition to the ablative procedures for smaller branch varicosities and spider veins that are associated with large varicose veins. Sclerotherapy is done with or without ultrasound guidance. It is done with a direct injection of the sclerosant treatment into the abnormal vein. The goal of sclerotherapy is to close the vein with a chemical reaction in the vessel to the treatment.

Traditional sclerotherapy can be modified for the medium sized veins when the chemical agent is agitated and made into a foam like substance. It can be done under ultrasound guidance similar to Varithena.


Compression hose are not only a treatment to help us control the pressure that builds up in abnormal veins, they are also an essential part of post treatment care. Nobody likes them until they use them! Compression hose can provide relief from pain and swelling and encourage healthy blood flow throughout your legs.

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Give your varicose veins the treatment they deserve

Schedule a consultation with one of our Board Certified, Fellowship-Trained Vein and Vascular Specialists if you are you experiencing any of the following symptoms in your legs:

  • Bulging veins raised above the skin surface
  • Red / blue web-like veins close to the skin surface
  • Swollen, achy, heavy legs
  • Night cramps or restless feeling in legs
  • Burning or throbbing veins
  • Bulging veins raised above the skin surface
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