What To Expect

Crafting your personalized treatment plan

At the top of your treatment team is a vein specialist whose primary concern is making sure you feel at ease throughout the entire process, from initial consultation to ongoing treatments and follow-up appointments. At your first meeting, your provider will discuss your health history, examine your legs, evaluate your condition, and answer all of your questions. You’ll discuss whether or not an ultrasound and/or mapping are required at a follow-up appointment, which will assist in a diagnosis, treatment plan, and estimated number of treatments.

Find out what’s covered by medicare and insurance

Most Vein Therapy is covered by Medicare and major insurance carriers.  Our billing staff can talk you through your insurance coverage and how it can apply to your specific diagnosis and treatment. You’ll also learn about other payment options in the unlikely event that your insurance does not cover your treatment. 

Every Patient is Different

Whether your goals are cosmetic, health-related, or general wellness, our goal is to get you back to your active lifestyle as soon as possible, and our customized treatment plans reflect that. Treating vein disease is very seldom a “one-and-done” procedure, and every patient is different. So rather than cite a range or average number of vein treatments here, we recommend you get an estimate from our vein specialist. She will address your possible number of treatments based on the initial examination of your specific condition.

Treated veins stay treated, but other veins may still malfunction

While it is highly unlikely that the treated veins will ever come back, other veins in your legs may become abnormal over time. Our follow-up program is designed to identify and treat potential future problems early to avoid painful symptoms and complications, promoting successful, long-term results for you.

Ultrasound technology helps us see what’s under the surface

Our experienced ultrasonography technician use ultrasound to evaluate your venous circulation and produce a “venous map” of your vein system within the leg and not visible on your skin. Venous mapping (aka vein mapping) is a painless and noninvasive procedure that helps our doctors identify where your vein system is normal and where there are issues, helping make your vein treatment safer and more efficient.

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