Leaders in Varicose Vein & Spider Vein Treatments

It’s estimated that nearly 35% of the population in the U.S. suffers from some form of varicose veins or venous disease. To many people, this condition feels like a life-sentence of ongoing physical discomfort and cosmetic self-consciousness. At the Ellison Vein Institute, we specialize in treating all forms of venous disease and vein problems, and our non-invasive techniques will ensure you feel completely at ease during the procedure. Below you’ll see summaries of our treatments and a gallery of our work. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

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The closure procedure is similar to endovenous laser treatment, but instead of a laser, radiofrequency energy is used. After the radiofrequency energy passes through the vein, it collapses and seals itself, diverting blood to healthy veins. Most patients are placed under local anesthesia and can expect to return to most normal activities a day later.

Ambulatory phlebectomy is a surgical procedure that treats large, bulging varicose veins that persist after less invasive procedures have been performed. Tiny incisions are made with a needle, and the varicose veins are removed with specialized instruments. This is done with local anesthesia and no stitches are required. Most patients return to work the next day.
This popular method of sclerotherapy (injection of a solution to collapse a vein) involves using a sclerosant solution which is a foamy, thicker solution, which can be injected into an abnormal vein to seal it. The foam allows the solution to attach to the wall of the vein for a longer period, giving quicker results and, in many cases, fewer treatment sessions.
Sometimes, a large, non-visible “leaky” vein that is causing visible bulging can be sealed with sclerotherapy (injection of a solution that collapses a vein). Because the vein cannot be seen with the naked eye, sonography is used to visualize this vein beneath the skin. A solution is injected into the vein, causing it to dissolve.

Conservative treatment can be an option for patients with mild vein disease to help relieve symptoms, however it is not intended to fully cure underlying venous disease. Our team may also recommend a combination of conservative therapies and vein surgery to achieve the best treatment results.

Our experienced team can help guide you through your options, including:

  • Diet, exercise and lifestyle changes to promote weight loss
  • Leg elevation schedule
  • Compression stockings and devices
  • Therapeutic massage

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We are proud to be distinguished as an IAC Accredited Vascular Testing Facility. Ellison Vein Institute adheres to the strictest national guidelines for vascular testing, demonstrating a commitment to the highest quality patient care.