Endovenous Laser Treatment and Radiofrequency Ablation

Introduction to endovenous procedure In the past, treatment of varicose veins was performed through a highly invasive and complex vein stripping (complete removal of the vein) procedure. This surgical procedure required general anesthesia and weeks, if not months of recovery

VenaSeal

VENASEAL VenaSeal is a new procedure just recently approved by the FDA. Although yet to be covered by most insurance carriers, MVC can work with patients on payment option plans. The procedure is minimally invasive and performed identical to the

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy What is sclerotherapy? This method of vein treatment is for varicose and small accessory veins with venous reflux. Sclerotherapy is the injection of a chemical solution (sclerosant) into a vein that damages the endothelial lining of the treated vein,

Microphlebectomy

MICROPHLEBECTOMY In some unique cases the size and depth of the varicose veins will require advanced treatment options. This consists of a local anesthetic followed by a tiny incision in the skin overlying the varicose veins. A small hook like

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