Varicose Veins may be more than a Cosmetic Condition

Many people consider varicose veins to be simply a cosmetic issue, so they delay treatment or avoid it completely. The truth is, untreated varicose veins can progress to a more serious form of vein (venous) disease called chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), which can present more serious signs and symptoms such as pain, ankle swelling, fatigue of the legs, skin damage and ulcers.

Healthy vs. Diseased Veins

photos of legs with diseased vein valve conditions
photos of legs with diseased vein valve conditions


Venous Reflux Disease: Caring for Chronic Wounds

Fact sheet about wound care for patients by Jackson Heart Clinic


Treatment Options:

Varithena - A minimally invasive foam injection that causes veins to close. More information

VenaSeal - A minimally invasive procedure in which a small amount of medical adhesive is injected to seal or close the diseased vein, rerouting blood to nearby healthy veins. More information

Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) - A minimally invasive procedure using heat produced by radiofrequency to treat varicose veins. More information

Proven, Reliable Results!

Clinical studies have shown:

  • improved symptoms, including heaviness, achiness, swelling, throbbing, and itching
  • improved vein appearance, which is assessed by the physician and patient