Varicose Veins Treatment

miami varicose veins treatment centerDo you suffer from long-standing leg symptoms and discomfort which compromises your daily routines?  You are not alone.  Nearly 40 percent of women and 25 percent men suffer from lower extremity venous insufficiency (Varicose Vein Disease) and associated visible varicose veins. Varicose veins do not have to become a lifestyle limiting condition.


Varicose Vein and Varicose Vein treatment EVLT

Miami Vein Institute offers the amazing VenaCure EVLT treatment, which eliminates unsightly varicose veins with no hospital stay, minimal-to-no scarring, rapid recovery and minimal-to-no side effects. In less than an hour, using targeted energy to seal the vein shut, you will be free of bulging, twisted varicose veins and back to enjoying life to the fullest. The EVLT treatment is safe, fast and effective, so you can show off your legs again!

With more than 70,000 procedures performed and over 60 published clinical articles documenting the efficacy of the EVLT treatment, this system is a proven alternative to invasive surgery. To determine if EVLT is a viable treatment for you, we invite you to consult Miami Vein Institute today at 305.446.0440.


Some of the key features of EVLT for Varicose Veins

  • Can be performed in the doctor`s office
  • Treatment in less than an hour
  • Up to 98% success rate
  • *Less chances of recurrence then traditional treatments
  • Immediate relief of symptoms
  • Return to normal daily activity immediately – with little or no pain
  • No general anaesthesia or hospitalization
  • Minimal-to-no scarring
  • Typically covered by insurance
  • Ideal for both men and women

* Important to note that new veins are still susceptible to developing varicosities


Benefits of EVLT Varicose Vein treatment

  • Miami Vein Institute doctor starts your treatment with an ultrasound to map out your vein
  • Less invasive then traditional varicose veins treatment
  • Local anesthetic is applied
  • A thin laser fiber is inserted through a tiny entry point, usually near the knee
  • Laser energy is targeted and delivered to seal the faulty vein
  • Walking immediately after the procedure is encouraged. Normal daily activity can be resumed almost immediately. Rigorous activities such as gym workouts should be avoided for a few days.
  • There may be minor soreness and bruising. Any discomfort can be treated with over-the-counter, non-aspirin pain relievers as necessary.
  • When used to treat medical symptoms such as swelling and circulation, EVLT treatment is usually reimbursed by health insurance. Contact your insurer to determine coverage.

Gain freedom from the pain of various veins, Call Miami Vein Institute today to determine if you’re a candidate for EVLT treatment. Dial 305.446.0440


How do I know if I am a candidate for EVLT?

To be a candidate for EVLT for Varicose Veins Disease, a person must have undergone a venous ultrasound & Doppler exam which demonstrates appropriate venous disease (i.e. venous insufficiency or reflux). To be eligible for varicose veins treatment insurance coverage, a patient must also have some of the following symptoms: visible varicosities, leg pain, heaviness, swelling, inability to walk or stand for long periods of time because of pain, sores on the legs (venous ulcers), or skin changes such as darkening and thickening.

To find out if you are a EVLT candidate and Insurance coverage for the treatment, schedule your free venous consultation today, call Miami Vein Institute at 305-446-0440 or book it on-line.


What will include in my free varicose veins consultation?

Your free consultation will includes a visual and physical examination of the legs and feet by a our vein specialist, who checks for inflammation, areas that are tender to the touch, changes in skin color, ulcerations and other signs of skin breakdown. An ultrasound test will be done to evaluate if the valves in the veins are functioning properly, venous reflux and for evidence of a blood clot.

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