About Venous Disease

Venous (vein) disease is characterized by the difficulty veins experience while carrying blood from your body back to your heart. Venous disease is hereditary, meaning that a person is at a higher than average risk for developing venous disease if one or both of their parents and/or grandparents suffer from vein problems.

Treatment Options for Venous Disease

Is a minimally invasive surgical technique which involves the removal of veins through tiny incisions that are made in the legs.  The incisions are so small that stitches are generally not necessary and they leave nearly invisible scars. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and patients can resume their normal activities with little to no down time.