We are highly skilled and experienced and have treated vein patients in Southern California for over 25 years. We specialize in minimally invasive treatments for varicose veins and spider veins that improve mobility, reduce pain and remove unsightly leg veins. Schedule a free consultation to speak with us about which solution is best to treat your vein problems.
Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) is a minimally invasive procedure used in the treatment of venous reflux disease. Under ultrasound guidance, radiofrequency energy is transmitted to the vein through a catheter. The energy from the catheter permanently correcting the problem.
Laser treatment for varicose veins or EVLT uses an ultrasound to guide a thin laser fiber through a diseased vein. The laser collapses the vein, permanently sealing it and eliminating the source of the problem.
VenaSeal™ Closure System
VenaSeal™ closure system permanently seals varicose veins with an advanced medical adhesive dispensed from a catheter. The doctor guides the catheter by ultrasound through the varicose vein, administering adhesive and applying pressure as it goes.
Foam sclerotherapy uses small injections of a sclerosing or sealing agent directly into the diseased vein under the guidance of ultrasound. The agent causes the diseased vein to shrink up and close or 'sclerose', restoring a healthier blood flow and eliminating unsightly or painful veins.
All vein treatments are usually less than one hour long and
have minimal recovery time.
Although a local anesthetic is given, patients can engage in light activity and return to work immediately after treatment. It is also recommended that compression stockings are worn for a few days.
Am I a candidate for treatment?
If you have any of the symptoms below, you may be a candidate for varicose vein treatment.
Large bulging veins or small spider veins
Pain or a feeling of heaviness in your legs
Swelling in your legs, ankles or feet that worsens throughout the day or is constant
Changes in the color or texture of your skin
A throbbing or burning sensation in your legs
Ulcers or Sores close to the ankle that heal slowly, or that don’t heal at all
Excessive bleeding after even a small injury to your leg
Our trained medical professionals will examine your full medical history and take an ultrasound of the vein to determine if you are a candidate for treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions about Vein Treatments
What Causes Varicose Veins?
Are varicose vein treatments covered by insurance?
How painful are varicose vein treatments?
What happens if my varicose veins are left alone?
Varicose veins are caused by weak or damaged valves in the vein that allow blood to pool and flow in the wrong direction, resulting in stretched or twisted veins. Veins can become damaged because of:
Excessive sitting or standing
Yes, Medicare and PPO insurances will generally cover treatment for varicose veins because they are a medical problem. So schedule an appointment today to experience relief from your varicose veins and without fear of the bill!
Our doctors have developed gentle, pain free techniques by performing over 40,000 procedures. Many of our patients refuse to see other physicians due to our exceptional technique. As a result, our EVLT and VenaSeal procedures are virtually pain free and you will be able to walk out upon completion.
If left untreated, varicose veins can cause sores, skin ulcers, blood clots, and even deep vein thrombosis (DVT). That's why it’s best to treat varicose veins as soon as possible to avoid these painful and, in the case of DVT, potentially life-threatening complications.
Fortunately, varicose veins are easily treated. If you have further questions about them or are currently looking for treatment, contact us today and schedule an appointment.
Permanent treatments for venous insufficiency, varicose and spider veins.
Contact The Center of Regenerative Medicine today to discuss how our vein treatments could benefit you. We're passionate about putting a permanent stop to your vein problems with the most current and effective treatments so you can resume a healthy, active lifestyle.