USA Vein Clinics Announces Website Consolidation & Enhanced Online Bill Payment Service

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Vein Clinics of America Now USA Vein Clinics

Northbrook, IL, Oct. 4, 2022 —USA Vein Clinics is excited to announce the complete migration of to our established website, This strategic move enhances our digital presence, consolidating our brand and making it easier for patients to access information and services. Accompanying this merger is the launch of a streamlined ‘Pay My Bill’ service, which can be accessed at, allowing patients to easily settle their outstanding invoices online.

As the nation’s largest and leading provider of vein treatments, USA Vein Clinics is dedicated to maintaining the highest standard of care, now reflected in our unified online presence. Our seamless approach ensures that the reputable service and exceptional care associated with Vein Clinics of America continue under the USA Vein Clinics banner, across our expansive network of over 160 locations in 30 states.

The new ‘Pay My Bill’ section is part of our ongoing efforts to enhance accessibility and convenience, making it easier for patients to manage their healthcare needs. With just a few clicks, patients can securely make payments, view their billing statements, and access their account information from the comfort of their homes.

Our fusion with Vein Clinics of America extends our shared legacy of 40+ years in vein treatment expertise. This integration means that more patients can access top-rated vein doctors and patient-focused healthcare at an increased number of locations.

USA Vein Clinics continues to offer an array of non-surgical treatment options performed by compassionate vein specialists. Our expansion not only extends our geographical reach but also amplifies our mission to deliver convenient, community-based healthcare.

We provide the following to improve the health and appearance of your legs: 

  • Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT): Using ultrasound guidance, a laser is inserted into the targeted vein and uses heat to close the vein. Blood flow reroutes to nearby healthy veins. 
  • ClariVein®: Another non-surgical vein treatment used to treat venous insufficiency. This unique, catheter-based technique simultaneously uses mechanical and chemical methods to seal off damaged veins. Unlike other types of treatment, the involved catheter has a rotating tip at one end.  
  • VenaSeal™:Designed for varicose veins, this treatment uses a medical adhesive that is sent through a small catheter to seal it off under ultrasound guidance. 
  • Visual Sclerotherapy Injections: Used for treating spider veins, this treatment uses a tiny needle to inject a sclerosant solution to cause the inner lining to collapse. 
  • Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy: This treatment targets varicose veins close to the skin’s surface. Sclerosant solution is injected into the vein using ultrasound imaging to locate the entry point. 
  • Varithena Vein Treatment: Used on the Great Saphenous Vein (the longest vein in the body) and other veins in the surrounding area, this treatment uses a catheter guided to the affected vein by ultrasound imaging. Foam is injected into the vein to close it. 
  • Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA): A small catheter is inserted into the diseased vein through a small incision. Using ultrasound imaging, heat is applied to collapse the vein. 
  • Phlebectomy: A minimally invasive surgical procedure where bulging varicose veins are removed through tiny punctures in the skin. Stitches are not usually required.

We continue to work in-network with all major insurance providers, and our dedicated team of insurance specialists is committed to ensuring that patients receive the full benefits of their insurance coverage.

“As the customer-rated #1 vein doctor in the United States, we have a high success rate with helping patients with everything from swelling and cramps to leg restlessness and chronic pain,” stated Yan Katsnelson, M.D., Founder, and CEO. “We pride ourselves in offering quick procedures and outstanding service as part of our vision to lead the way in vein treatment and patient care.”

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