Leg Veins

Spider veins form a web-like pattern on the legs or other parts of the body, while varicose veins are larger and swollen blood vessels often linked to other conditions. Various factors, including pregnancy and genetics, can affect the appearance of leg veins, influenced by female hormones.

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Treatment Options


Sclerotherapy is an effective, safe and easy way to eliminate visible surface veins. It consists of a series of injections, performed by either the physician or the nurse. Medication is introduced into a vein to fibrose and eventually dissolves it.

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Echosclerotherapy is an ultrasound guided injection technique for the treatment of varices. The purpose of echosclerotherapy is to sclerose (to close) the surface veins near their site of origin. The intent of the treatment is to replace the previously needed surgeries.

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Lumecca IPL

A powerful intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment, Lumecca treats pigmented and vascular lesions in the skin. After just one use, you’ll notice significant improvements in your skin’s complexion and clarity. Lumecca operates using photothermolysis that provides a photofacial through a comfortable light treatment.

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Compression Stocking Support

Compression socks and stockings are designed for compression therapy. They apply gentle pressure to your legs and ankles, promoting blood flow from your legs to your heart. Compression socks can also reduce pain and swelling in your ankles and legs.

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