To diagnose varicose veins, the doctor will perform a physical examination and also observe the legs while standing to check for swelling.*The doctor may also ask you to describe any pain in your legs. Leg Vein Treatment is recommended in such cases.

You may also need an ultrasound to see if the valves in the veins are functioning normally or if there is evidence of a blood clot.*In this non-invasive test, a technician passes a small hand-held device (transducer), about the size of a bar of soap, against the skin of the area of ​​the body being examined.*The transducer transmits images of the veins of the legs to a monitor so that a technician and the doctor can see them.


Fortunately, in general, the treatment does not imply a hospital stay or a prolonged and uncomfortable recovery.*Thanks to less invasive procedures, varicose veins can usually be treated on an outpatient basis. Many Varicose Vein Treatment Options are available in the different hospitals.

Vein treatment cost can be compensated with the medical insurance of the patient. Check with your doctor if the insurance will cover part of the cost of your treatment.*If it is done purely for aesthetic reasons, it is likely that you will have to pay for the treatment of varicose veins yourself.

Additional treatments for more serious varicose veins

The doctors suggest the different type of Vein Treatment New York. Some of them are listed below-

Sclerotherapy.*In this procedure, the doctor injects a solution that heals and closes small and medium sized varicose veins.*In a few weeks, the treated varicose veins should be attenuated.

While it may be necessary to inject into the same vein more than once, sclerotherapy is effective if done correctly.*

Sclerotherapy with large veins foam.*Injecting a foam solution into a large vein is also a possible treatment for closing a vein and sealing it.*This is a newer technique.

Laser surgeries*Doctors are using a new technology in laser treatments to close varicose veins and smaller spider veins.*Laser surgery works by sending strong bursts of light into the vein, which causes the vein to fade and disappear slowly.*No incisions or needles are used.

Procedures assisted by catheter with radiofrequency or laser energy.*In one of these treatments, the doctor inserts a thin tube (catheter) into an enlarged vein and heats the end of the catheter with radiofrequency or laser energy.*As the catheter is removed, the heat destroys the vein by causing it to contract and seal.*

High ligation and extirpation of veins.*This procedure involves tying a vein before it joins a deep vein and extracting the vein through small incisions.*This is an outpatient procedure for most people.*The removal of the vein does not adversely affect the circulation of the leg, since the deepest veins of the legs are responsible for the increase in blood volume.

Ambulatory phlebectomy.*The doctor removes the smaller varicose veins through a series of small holes in the skin.*Only the parts of the leg that are punctured are numb in this outpatient procedure.*Usually, the scars are minimal.

In general, varicose veins that appear during pregnancy improve without medical treatment 3 to 12 months after delivery. New Varicose Vein Treatment is introduced with more advanced and developed technology.