Varicose Veins, Spider Veins,
and Cosmetic Enhancements
Varicose Vein Treatment
Varicose Veins are enlarged, bulging veins that typically occur on the legs. They can also occur deep in the pelvis (known as "pelvic congestion syndrome) or in the scrotum (known as a varicocele). In the past, surgeons attempted to fix these veins by cutting them out or closing them off with a suture. Unfortunately, these techniques were not successful for the majority of patients-- and slowly their vein and medical symptoms returned.
At the Interventional & Vascular Center, we treat these conditions uniquely for each patient after finding the SPECIFIC cause of the enlarged veins. We then use advanced, image-guided techniques, to completely close or remove the veins so your body can restore proper blood flow.
The Interventional & Vascular Center recognizes a whole body and mind approach to your health. We realize that there are physical health issues which we can resolve with our state-of-the-art procedures and techniques that traditional-practicing physicians are quickly adopting. But we also recognize that your appearance affects your mind which affects your body's sense of well-being.
We offer the latest, most advanced technique for skin tightening and reducing unwanted adipose (fatty) tissue throughout your body.
Spider Vein Treatment
Spider veins are the tiny "end-branches" of veins throughout your body. Typically, we don't see these veins because they are too small for the human eye. Factors such as genetics, sex, occupation, prior trauma, lifestyle, and underlying deeper vein issues can cause these veins to "bulge" and appear as spider or reticular (the slightly larger type) veins.
Once our physicians determine that there is no underlying deep vein problem causing these veins to form, we can quickly make them disappear through a simple procedure called sclerotherapy. This causes the veins to immediately shrink and your body will dissolve them over the course of a few weeks, leaving your skin beautiful and back to the way it was meant to be.