We all know varicose veins are unsightly in appearance. But these swollen and twisted veins are the tell tale signs of an underlying condition that needs medical attention. Varicose veins are caused by dysfunctional valves in the vein that cause an irregular flow of blood. As vein disease progresses, your condition can worsen from embarrassing bulging veins to serious complications.
Patients come to USA Vein Clinics with hopes of a better and healthier future. For a majority of our patients a healthier life and improved mobility is a dream. We have helped thousands of patients with painful varicose veins, leg pain and cramps, leg swelling, restless legs and non-healing ulcers. The procedure that our vein specialists use to treat varicose veins is called Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT): an FDA approved treatment during which, a thin laser fiber is inserted into the damaged vein. A laser light is delivered into the diseased vein, causing the vein to close and seal shut. The blood is automatically routed to other healthy veins. A majority of patients return to normal activities immediately after the treatment. Another benefit of this treatment is that there’s no recovery time required and it’s non-scarring.
After an EVLT procedure most patients feel a huge difference in their symptoms. They don’t feel heaviness, swelling or pain in their legs anymore and can enjoy life to the fullest. A lot of our female patients share their excitement to get back in their skirts again. Some patients are happier as they can do their favorite activities such as bike riding, running, walking or dancing.
According to National Institute of Health (NIH) varicose veins treatment improves the quality of life for patient suffering from symptoms of venous insufficiency as well prevent the risk of other complications that can be caused by advanced varicose veins.
If you are experiencing the symptoms of painful varicose and spider veins call (888) 628 9389 to schedule a consultation with one of our leading vein specialists. Treatments at USA Vein Clinics are covered by Medicare and most insurance plans.