If you live with vein disease, you may experience symptoms such as burning, itching or heaviness in your legs. Treatment from Lawrence Vein Center can alleviate many of these symptoms immediately.
What treatments do you offer?
Your doctor will likely begin with conservative therapy before recommending any medical procedure. For example, you might wear compression stockings for three months to reduce swelling and other symptoms. But you may need to continue with a treatment plan or have a procedure.
Ask your doctor about minimally invasive and non-surgical procedures to help you avoid general anesthesia and vein stripping. These options provide you with:
- a shorter recovery period
- less post-operative pain, bruising and selling
- lower risk of complications
Your insurance plan likely covers vein treatment if your doctor says you need it. If you want treatment for cosmetic reasons, check with your insurance company about coverage.
Sclerotherapy is an outpatient procedure used to treat spider and varicose veins. It offers relief, little downtime and outstanding results. It is a less painful and cheaper alternative to traditional vein stripping surgery.
Lawrence Vein Center treats spider veins and small angiomas (red moles) on your face, legs and other areas of your body using VeinGogh. It’s a safe, fast and effective way to reduce the appearance of these blemishes.
There is no downtime with the VeinGogh procedure, and you’ll see results right away. Some redness may occur after treatment but usually disappears in a few hours. Complete results and healing usually take four to six weeks.
VenacCure EVLT™ treats varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). CVI is a problem with the flow of blood from the veins of the legs back to the heart.
The VenaCure EVLT system uses targeted laser energy to seal the vein shut and help you look and feel better.