For mild cases of venous insufficiency, there are a number of at-home treatments such as elevating the legs to reduce pressure, wearing compression stockings to increase blood flow, and regular exercise.
No matter how minor or serious you believe your venous insufficiency may be, it’s best practice to receive a professional consultation from NJ’s top clinic for venous insufficiency. At Vein Specialist Centers, our experienced vascular specialists are trained to detect venous insufficiency and devise a plan to help you live a more comfortable life.
Treatments for more severe vein disease and venous insufficiency include:
Sсlеrоthеrару іѕ a mеdісаl рrосеdurе thаt involves thе іnjесtіоn оf a sclerosant іntо a vеіn tо соmрlеtеlу оblіtеrаtе іt. This is the most common technique for spider vein removal.
The standard of today’s treatments for venous insufficiency, Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) involves a small catheter that delivers heat energy to close down the abnormal vein. The procedure is minimally-invasive and can be done directly in the office.