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We offer extensive vascular treatments for various vein diseases including varicose veins. The treatments range from open surgery to the latest non-invasive treatments.

"Walk-in, Walk-out"

Vein surgery has encountered a technical revolution over the past ten years. Procedures are now carried out with local anesthetic, lasting just 30-40 minutes with no overnight stay, rapid recovery time and extremely low rates of recurrence. A variety of treatments are offered and are tailored to the needs of each patient. You can now say goodbye to pain and discomfort, as well as any aesthetic concerns you may have, and return to your normal daily actives within days.


Venous Ultrasound 

​Diagnostic ultrasound is crucial to obtain a correct diagnosis. 



​Non-surgical treatment of varicose and spider veins by injecting solution into the veins to close them down and dissolve them.


Compression Socks Solutions

​Compression Therapy is available for your convenience and support - the first approach to alleviating symptoms through medically prescribed compression stockings and socks.

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​Radio Frequency Ablation

Using radiofrequency energy, a closure catheter is inserted into the diseased vein and heated and the vein is then consequently sealed shut. Thereafter, the blood naturally reroutes to healthy veins and the closed vein starts dissolving. 

Difference between Surgical vs. Non-Surgical Treatment

1906 Surgery Approach

  • Hospitalization required

  • General or spinal anesthesia required

  • Surgical cuts & stitches

  • Leaves a scar

  • Can experience pain

  • Age range limitations

  • Recovery takes 3 to 6 weeks before you can resume normal activities

  • Waitlist up to 2 years

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Modern Non-Surgery Approach

  • Outpatient procedure

  • Local anesthesia required

  • Non-surgical treatment

  • No scarring

  • Virtually painless procedure

  • Works for all age groups

  • Can immediately resume normal activities.

  • Done at your convenience


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