Vein Services offers a team approach to treating painful and lifestyle limiting vein diseases.
Many treatment options are available for vein diseases from cosmetic and minimally-invasive to surgical procedures. Vein Services brings together experts from vascular surgery, interventional radiology and general surgery to treat these vein conditions using the latest treatment options that are right for you.
Our state-of-the-art facilities feature the latest technology and highly-trained staff. We are committed to a patient-centered approach where your health is our first concern. We work with your primary care provider to ensure your care is seamless.
Your treatment options
During your initial consult, you will meet with your care team to determine the proper treatment. The specific condition and severity will determine whether a cosmetic, minimally-invasive or surgical procedure is needed.
Varicose and spider veins
Varicose and spider veins are a chronic vein disease that affect up to 50% of people in their lifetime.
Varicose veins are enlarged veins that are blue, red or flesh-colored and can be found on your thighs, calves or the inside of your leg. These veins can be swollen and raised above the surface of the leg. Varicose veins can lead to swelling, a burning sensation, fatigue, aching and pain. In serious cases, varicose veins can cause sores or skin ulcers, bleeding if the vein is injured or a clot.
Spider veins are blue or purple veins located within the skin. These veins look like spider webs or tree branches.
Over time, plaque can build up in your arteries and reduce the blood flow to your legs. Commonly called peripheral artery disease, the most common symptom is leg pain when walking. This condition also can be a sign of fatty deposits in your arteries that could cause a heart attack or stroke.
Learn more about treatment options
Each insurance company and plan is different. Some cover these treatment options if medically necessary. Others do not. Some insurance companies require the patient to meet a deductible or pay the copay or coinsurance before covering the treatment. A Patient Financial Services representatives can work with you to explain what your insurance policy covers. We also recommend you check with your insurance company regarding your coverage.