As leading Vascular Specialists, we have developed a minimally-invasive, vein removal treatment for patients that want to heal veins with little downtime and with minimal discomfort. Our AAAASF Surgical Facility features state-of-the-art equipment so that we can offer patients the most advanced vein-removal services. Left untreated, varicose veins can lead to major complications- pain, blood clots, leg cramps, tired legs, restless legs, and swollen leg veins. Make an appointment to improve the appearance of your legs and alleviate pain!
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Our clinic has extensive experience in treating varicose vein disease, from the most complicated cases to the cosmetic conditions. In our clinic, we use multiple treatment modalities described in the text below to achieve the best results. Our physicians are affiliated with multiple hospitals and accept most insurance plans.
Genicular Artery Embolization (GAE)
Genicular artery embolization (GAE), or embolization of the knee, is a novel minimally-invasive procedure providing immediate and long term pain relief for patients with osteoarthritis (OA)
It is performed by an Interventional Radiologist (IR), who is a specialist physician that uses X-rays and other imaging modalities to see in the body and treat diseases without surgery.
Uterine Artery Embolization
Uterine artery embolization (UAE), or uterine fibroid embolization (UFE), is a minimally invasive procedure. It successfully decreases and eliminates bleeding, pressure and pain in women with uterine fibroids or adenomyosis — a condition often mistaken for fibroids.
An interventional radiologist (IR) performs fibroid embolization. These doctors have specialized experience with blood vessel imaging for diagnosing and treating certain health conditions.
May-Thurner Syndrome Evaluation and Management
Also known as Iliac Vein Compression Syndrome, May-Thurner syndrome (MTS) is caused when the left iliac vein is compressed by the right iliac artery, which increases the risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in the left extremity.
Outcomes of treatments for MTS are generally very good. Most patients, if identified shortly after the DVT has formed, can be adequately treated with complete resolution of their symptoms.