Vein Clinics of America

Sterling, Virginia

Staff: Wesley R. Harden III MD, FACS, and DABVLM

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Address
14 Pidgeon Hill Dr #260
Sterling, Virginia 20165
Se habla español
Located in the three story building in Countryside shopping center next to the pond.
Hours
Mon
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tue
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Wed
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Thu
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Fri
8:00 am to 2:30 pm
Sat
Closed
Sun
Closed

About our Vein Clinic in Sterling

We’re here to help you look and feel your best.

Vein Clinics of America in Sterling, Virginia, offers evaluations and treatments of vein disease–not just its outward symptoms, but its root cause. Our minimally invasive vein procedures include Sclerotherapy, Endovenous Laser Ablation and Radiofrequency Ablation. We are dedicated to helping you regain the active lifestyle you want and deserve.

Providing Vein Care To Patients In Sterling Since 2007

Our Sterling vein clinic is comprised of highly trained clinical professionals–from vascular doctors and physician assistants to nurses and ultrasound technicians. Our experienced doctors and staff specialize in providing modern diagnosis and minimally invasive vein disease treatments that are scientifically proven for improving vein health. We look forward to seeing you for your initial vein consultation.

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Vein Treatment Offered At Our Sterling Clinic

Sclerotherapy
This vein treatment is used to treat varicose veins on your legs. These veins are typically below the surface and can’t be seen without the help of an ultrasound.
Endovenous Laser Ablation
This vein treatment is used to treat large veins deep in the venous system. These veins are below the surface and can’t be seen without the help of an ultrasound.
Radiofrequency Ablation
This vein treatment is used to treat large veins deep in the venous system. These veins are below the surface and can’t be seen without the help of an ultrasound.

How We're Keeping our Sterling Vein Clinic Safe

At Vein Clinics of America, we have worked to establish key changes at each of our clinic locations to reduce the exposure and spread of COVID-19. This includes increased frequency of disinfecting all common areas around the clinic, with extra attention paid to high touch surfaces such as door knobs, bathrooms, and countertops. Learn more about the measures we’re taking to keep our clinics safe from COVID-19.

This clinic location is now offering complimentary** teleconsults. Schedule a consultation today to have all of your vein issues addressed from the privacy and comfort of your home.

Driving Directions

If you are on Route 7 coming from the west, Leesburg area, you will make a left on Country Side Blvd.. Then, take a right on Pidgeon Hill Dr. and take a right at the 3rd entrance. You will then come to a stop sign and building 14 will be on right side next to the pond. If you are on Route 7 coming from the east, Tysons Corner area, make a right on Davenport Dr. and left on Pidgeon Hill Dr.. Building 14 will then be on the left side.

Wesley R. Harden III

Wesley R. Harden III

MD, FACS, DABVLM

Here at Vein Clinics of America, we apply a comprehensive, minimally invasive approach to venous disease. I am pleased to be a part of it.
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Insurance

You're probably covered.

Most varicose veins and even spider veins are symptoms of vein disease, the treatment of which is almost always covered by typical insurance plans. For patients whose vein treatment costs are not covered, we also offer a range of financing options including CareCredit, HELPcard* and HSA or FSA accounts. The best way to find out about your varicose vein insurance coverage is to come in to your local VCA clinic for a free** consultation.

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* Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Ask us for details.

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