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Minimally Invasive Approach

See the difference sooner.

Uncomplicated Procedures

No major incisions.
No hospitalization.

Minimal Routine Disruptions

Outpatient treatment sessions usually take less than an hour.
Patients may experience minor discomfort and pain.
Most patients are back on their feet the same day.

Flexible Treatment Options

Sclerotherapy for smaller, surface veins.
Endovenous thermal ablation treatment for larger, deeper veins.
Or a combination of EVTA, UGFS, or VGS for customized treatment.

OUR APPROACH

Minimally invasive to your body and your life.

At Vein Clinics of America, we treat the root cause of your symptoms, which means sealing off veins with unhealthy valves. There are four recommended procedures that are designed to go beyond the surface, treat the underlying cause, and focus on overall health. The specifics of each spider veins or varicose veins treatment differs according to the size of the diseased veins, but our vein specialists work directly with each patient to design a customized plan to get people back on their feet sooner.

Treating Varicose Veins Treating Spider Veins
Goals Corrective; treat the root cause and relieve symptoms Eliminating unsightly veins; may also treat root cause to help prevent future symptoms
Type Usually endovenous thermal ablation treatment (aka EVTA), USGS or AP to close large veins with damaged valves Usually sclerotherapy to seal off feeder veins with damaged valves
Number of Vein Treatments Varies according to patient condition Varies according to patient condition
Procedure Time Usually about an hour Often less than half an hour
Recovery Time Often only a few hours with minor discomfort Patients usually able to resume normal activities almost right away
Follow-up Appointment(s) Generally 3 months, 6 months, and one year after final treatment Generally six months and one year after final treatment
Covered by Insurance* Almost always Sometimes
About EVTA   About Sclerotherapy  
Treating Varicose Veins
Goals Corrective; treat the root cause and relieve symptoms
Type Usually endovenous thermal ablation treatment (aka EVTA), USGS or AP to close large veins with damaged valves
Number of Vein Treatments Varies according to patient condition
Procedure Time Usually about an hour
Recovery Time Often only a few hours with minor discomfort
Follow-up Appointment(s) Generally 3 months, 6 months, and one year after final treatment
Covered by Insurance* Almost always
About EVTA  
Treating Spider Veins
Goals Eliminating unsightly veins; may also treat root cause to help prevent future symptoms
Type Usually sclerotherapy to seal off feeder veins with damaged valves
Number of Vein Treatments Varies according to patient condition
Procedure Time Often less than half an hour
Recovery Time Patients usually able to resume normal activities almost right away
Follow-up Appointment(s) Generally six months and one year after final treatment
Covered by Insurance* Sometimes
About Sclerotherapy  
Treating Varicose Veins
Goals Corrective; treat the root cause and relieve symptoms
Type Usually endovenous thermal ablation treatment (aka EVTA), USGS or AP to close large veins with damaged valves
Number of Vein Treatments Varies according to patient condition
Procedure Time Usually about an hour
Recovery Time Often only a few hours with minor discomfort
Follow-up Appointment(s) Generally 3 months, 6 months, and one year after final treatment
Covered by Insurance* Almost always
About EVTA  
Treating Spider Veins
Goals Eliminating unsightly veins; may also treat root cause to help prevent future symptoms
Type Usually sclerotherapy to seal off feeder veins with damaged valves
Number of Vein Treatments Varies according to patient condition
Procedure Time Often less than half an hour
Recovery Time Patients usually able to resume normal activities almost right away
Follow-up Appointment(s) Generally six months and one year after final treatment
Covered by Insurance* Sometimes
About Sclerotherapy  

*Each insurance plan is unique, with different vein treatment requirements, deductibles, and co-pays. VCA can help you determine your coverage parameters. Learn more about insurance and costs.

Complete patient care from a trained specialist.

Whether you’re seeking treatment for varicose veins or spider veins, the most important thing is finding a qualified specialist who answers your questions, thoroughly explains the difference in the various options for treating vein disease, and who will help you figure out the best vein treatment for your needs—and for your active lifestyle.

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