We work with you to maximize your insurance benefits.
Since most varicose veins and spider veins are symptoms of vein disease, their treatment is typically covered by common insurance plans, including but not limited to those shown below.
For patients whose costs are not covered, we offer a range of financing options including CareCredit and HELPcard*, and HSA and FSA accounts may qualify, so financial concerns shouldn’t stop you from getting the relief that your need.
These are just a few of the many insurers we work with. Is yours one, too?
Are EVTA & sclerotherapy covered by insurance?
Part of your first visit to Vein Clinics of America is for us to review your insurance benefits with you. Most insurers now cover endovenous thermal ablation treatment as a primary treatment and sclerotherapy as a secondary treatment, when deemed medically necessary. Our staff is highly experienced in working directly with insurance companies to ensure you’re getting treatment that’s covered under your plan.
Please note: some of our locations accept Medicaid.
The best way to find out about your varicose veins insurance coverage is to come into your local vein treatment center for a free** consultation. We’ll assess your medical condition and review your insurance and payment options with you.
* Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Ask us for details.