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The Three Latest Advancements in Varicose Vein Treatment

What’s the newest, most advanced way to varicose veins and spider veins? At Maryland Vein Professionals, we lead the nation with over 8,100 cases since 2006. Best of all, varicose vein treatments are covered by medical insurance by most major providers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, Alliance, Johns Hopkins, Coventry, PHCS, GHI, United Healthcare, Tricare, and many others.


Another reason to visit Maryland Vein Professionals is that we’re devoted exclusively to vein care. In fact, our outpatient facility is staffed with board-certified cardiovascular and vascular surgeons.

Here are the three latest advancements in varicose vein treatment that are practiced at Maryland Vein Professionals:

1) VNUS Closure Procedure Our Most Popular Therapy.

To rid your legs of ugly, painful varicose veins and spider veins, we first recommend the VNUS Closure Procedure. This elegant procedure is completed in about an hour with minimal or no discomfort in an office setting and a return to work or normal activity the same day.

According to VNUS Medical Technologies, Inc; since January 2007, Dr. Jonathan Calure has led theUnited States in absolute number of Closure Procedures Preformed by any single physician.


2) Sclerotherapy Is Effective For Varicose Veins and Spider Veins.
Sclerotherapy is effective for varicose vein treatments, as well as being one of our preferred spider vein treatments. Minimally invasive, it involves the injection of a medication into your spider veins that acts to scar the vessel closed.


As with any procedure, the experience of the provider greatly influences both treatment results and a patient’s experience during treatment. Our team of sclerotherapists has over 40 years of combined nursing experience, so they’re dedicated to your results and their only role in our practice is to perform sclerotherapy.
3) VeinGogh The Newest Therapy.
The newer VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System is a new, fast, easy way to reliably treat spider veins with radio frequency therapy. With VeinGogh, our patients tell us that it usually results in less discomfort compared to older therapies.


The VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System provides a superior solution for the treatment of fine telangiectasia, spider veins and small angiomas, especially stubborn vessels that have shown a resistance to sclerotherapy, laser or Intense Pulse Light (IPL) treatment.


To find out more about varicose veins, spider veins and our treatments that are covered by medical insurance, please visit www.MDVeinProfessionals. Or call us at 877-7MD-VEIN to schedule your venous evaluation.

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