Vein Treatments


Our experienced doctors are able to treat a wide array of vein conditions using proven techniques and cutting-edge technology. It’s our goal to provide skilled, efficient care in a safe, patient-friendly environment.


This simple, out-patient procedure offers a more comfortable way to treat a diseased vein. This procedure delivers a small amount of a specially formulated medical adhesive to seal — or close — the diseased vein, rerouting blood to nearby healthy veins, which provides symptom relief.

Nonthermal Adhesive Ablation

Cyanoacrylate Closure

The VenaSeal™ closure system delivers immediate and lasting vein closure with its proprietary medical adhesive formula, with a demonstrated 94.6% closure rate at 5 years.

  • Simple, segmental procedure
  • No tumescent anesthesia
  • Less pain and bruising than thermal energy treatment
  • No post-procedure compression stockings required


In this procedure, a catheter is inserted into a diseased vein via a small incision to deliver uniformed, consistent heat designed to close the vein. After treatment, the vein is eventually absorbed into the surrounding tissue.

Gap-free Thermal Ablation

Radiofrequency Energy Ablation

The ClosureFast™ procedure, with its patented overlap design, is the only RFA procedure with published long-term clinical data demonstrating safety and efficacy, with a 91.9% closure rate at 5 years.

  • Patented, gap-free segmental procedure
  • Tumescent anesthesia
  • Less pain and bruising than laser energy treatment
  • Post-procedure compression stockings required


The standard of spider and varicose vein care since the 1930s, Sclerotherapy Varithena is considered to be one of the safest ways to treat unwanted leg veins. In this procedure, a solution is directly injected into a vein, causing the treated vein to seal shut and fade from view over time.

Asclera® At-A-Glance

Administered in a provider’s office

FDA-approved in the U.S. since 2010

A quick return to most activities

87% of clinical study patients were satisfied or very satisfied

In a clinical study, the most common side effect was temporary bruising (hematoma) at the injection site


This surgical procedure is minimally invasive, and is designed to remove varicose veins that are bulging near the surface of the skin. The varicose vein is carefully removed through a collection of tiny incisions that heal with minimal irritation.