Telemedicine with USA Vein Clinics
We know that with the current COVID-19 situation, many people are unable to leave their homes. Although it is very important to be following social distancing restrictions, we want to emphasize the importance of not delaying vein disease treatment.
Sometimes life can be unpredictable. We understand you may not always be able to make it into our clinics to receive a consultation. However, that doesn’t mean you should just avoid treatment.
In order to continue offering our effective vein treatments, we are now administering initial consultations through telemedicine. Telemedicine, also known as online doctor appointments, allows us to consult with you about your vein disease symptoms from the comfort of your home. All you need is access to the internet and a device with a camera and microphone, or a smartphone. Once you schedule an online health consult, one of our vein specialists will contact you to discuss your condition and medical history.
After your doctor observes your symptoms and answers any questions you have, they will then make a treatment recommendation that best fits your condition and lifestyle. From here, all you will need to receive treatment is to schedule a procedure appointment.
At USA Vein Clinics, our telemedicine service is a great way for you to conveniently see a doctor regarding your vein disease concerns. Our specialists have decades of experience diagnosing symptoms of vein disease, schedule an online visit today to see how we can provide a solution for you.
Free Health Webinars
If you don’t think you’re ready for a telemedicine consult, you can always attend one of our educational health webinars. These webinars are presented by various physicians from our team of skilled vein specialists. The sessions cover a range of vein disease topics, from common questions about vein disease symptoms, to exploring the different treatment options available.
If you are worried that you may be at risk for developing varicose veins, these webinars are a great way to educate yourself about the symptoms so that you can make an informed decision for your health.
Don’t Delay Treatment – Consult with a Vein Specialist
Vein disease is not a life-threatening condition; however, it does have the potential to cause serious complications like Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). The most common risk factors for developing vein disease include:
- Blood clots
- Long Periods of Inactivity
If any of these risk factors apply to you, we recommend you consult with one our specialists today. Our telemedicine and in-office consults are covered by most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.
If you want to verify your coverage before you schedule, just give us a call at 888.768.3467.
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