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We understand that you have individual needs and have created a patient centric environment. Using the latest technology in our state-of-the-art facility, we strive to exceed your expectations while providing you with the best care possible.

Vein Treatments

We offer treatments for the following conditions:

Do you or someone you know suffer with aching legs, swelling or unsightly veins?

If so, these may be symptoms of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). CVI is a progressive problem that can lead to serious complications if left untreated. A common sign of CVI is varicose veins. But just because you don’t see varicose veins doesn’t mean you don’t have CVI. People who develop CVI may experience a feeling of heaviness in their legs; fatigue or aching in their leg muscles; swelling, skin discoloration, tenderness or soreness; wounds that don’t heal; or leg cramps at night.

Varicose veins and other vein disorders should be treated for what they really are – medical problems. The expert doctors at CiC Vein treat the full spectrum of artery and vein disease using the latest technology in our state-of-the-art facility. Most conditions can be improved with nearly painless procedures performed right in our office.

Innovative techniques can improve the condition and as a result the appearance improves as well. One of the newest procedures available is VenaSeal™. With this technique, the problem veins are sealed shut using tiny drops of medical grade adhesive. The goal is to block the abnormal blood flow so that it is redirected to other, healthy veins. The procedure is quick and effective, and you usually don’t need to wear a compression stocking after, which is a benefit during our hot weather. Typically, patients leave with just a small Band-Aid.

What are you waiting for? Call to schedule your consultation today and get started on the pathway back to healthy legs!

VenaSeal™ Closure Procedure for Varicose Veins

Your exam will begin with a complete evaluation which will include ultrasound imaging. This is important for diagnosing the severity of your vein disease. From there, an individualized treatment plan will be created.


If VenaSeal™ is right you, your doctor will discuss the treatment with you. Here are a few things you can expect:

After a tiny injection of local anesthetic, a small flexible tube called a catheter will be inserted into the diseased vein. Using ultrasound for guidance during the procedure, the catheter will be positioned along the diseased vein. Through the tube, your doctor will place small drops of medical adhesive to close the vein. This “seals” the vein which stops the blood from pooling and causing pressure. When this happens, the blood flow is redirected to other, healthy veins.
After the procedure, all you’ll need is a small bandage. Because there was no heat and no anesthetic used around the vein, there’s no need to wear compression stockings after the procedure. You’ll be able to walk out after the treatment and resume normal activities.


Laser Ablation Therapy For Varicose Veins

Laser ablation is a safe and simple treatment that is done in our office. It uses light energy to heat the inside of the vein, which closes it down. Once this happens, it allows healthier veins to take over the work. The procedure is quick and nearly painless, so you can choose to be either sedated or awake. You are awake and alert during the procedure. There is a short recovery period in our office, and you are able to walk out afterwards.

How is it done?

Your vein doctor will locate the target vein using an image guided catheter (a thin, flexible tube) through a tiny incision in the skin. The laser fiber is fed through the catheter where it heats the wall of the vein in small segments. This closes (ablates) the vein which will eventually disappear.

What happens when that vein goes away?

After the vein disappears, your body re-routes the blood to healthier veins improving flow in the leg. Over time, your leg pain and visible signs will lessen, as well as other related symptoms.

What can you expect after the treatment?

After the treatment you’ll need to wear a compression stocking for a week or so to help with healing. Most patients are able to return to work the next day. The doctors encourage you to remain active, just avoid strenuous activity for several weeks to give yourself time to heal.


Radiofrequency Ablation for Varicose Veins

This is a minimally invasive technique which uses radio-frequency energy to close a diseased vein, letting your body absorb it. This technique generates a controlled amount of heat inside the blood vessel, injuring the inner lining of the vein wall to shut it down. You can choose to have a little sedation or be awake and alert during the procedure, as it is quick and nearly painless. There is a short recovery period in our office, and you are able to walk out afterwards.

How is it done?

Using ultrasound, your vein doctor will locate the target vein. They will insert a thin, flexible tube, called a catheter into the diseased vein through a tiny puncture incision in the skin. Using radio-frequency energy through the catheter, they will treat the vein causing it to seal and over time, fade and disappear.

What happens when that vein goes away?

When the diseased vein is gone, the blood gets redirected to other veins improving blood flow in the leg. It will reduce your leg pain and the other symptoms related to varicose veins. The visible signs of varicose veins will also be reduced over time.

What can you expect after the treatment?

You are able to resume your normal lifestyle right away. It’s important to remain active, just don’t overdo it. You should avoid strenuous exercise for several weeks to allow for healing. You’ll need to wear compression stockings after this type of treatment for a short period of time, and you may have some slight discomfort and bruising.