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Varicose Veins of the Leg


  • Varicose veins
  • Restless leg Syndrome
  • Tired Aching Legs
  • Ulcers
  • Swelling
  • Cramping
  • Heaviness
  • Itchiness


  • Family history
  • Obesity
  • Prolonged Standing
  • Sitting a Lot
  • Trauma
  • Smoking
  • Pregnancies

Varicose Vein Prevention

  • Less standing or sitting
  • Lose weight
  • Walk or Exercise regularly
  • Elevate your legs
  • Compression stockings to control edema

Is VenaSeal Safe?

VenaSeal is a medical procedure used to treat varicose veins. It involves injecting a medical adhesive into the affected vein, which seals it shut and redirects blood flow to healthier veins. VenaSeal is considered safe, as it is minimally invasive and does not require the use of heat or chemicals, which can cause discomfort or complications in some patients. Clinical studies have shown that VenaSeal is as effective as traditional treatments, such as endovenous laser therapy or radiofrequency ablation, and can produce long-lasting results with minimal downtime. However, as with any medical procedure, there are some risks and potential side effects, which should be discussed with a healthcare professional before undergoing treatment.

Can Venaseal closure be used to treat recurrent varicose veins after previous treatments?

Yes, Venaseal closure can be used to treat recurrent varicose veins after previous treatments. If varicose veins reoccur or if previous treatments have not been successful, Venaseal closure can be an effective option for closing the affected veins and improving symptoms. However, the decision to use Venaseal closure for recurrent varicose veins should be made after a thorough evaluation by a vascular specialist to determine the best treatment approach based on individual circumstances.

Can Venaseal closure be used to treat vein reflux in other parts of the body?

Venaseal closure is primarily used to treat vein reflux in the legs, specifically the saphenous veins. These veins are responsible for returning blood from the legs to the heart and can become enlarged and dysfunctional, leading to symptoms such as varicose veins and leg swelling.

While Venaseal closure is not typically used to treat vein reflux in other parts of the body, such as the arms or abdomen, there may be some instances where it could be considered.

How soon after Venaseal closure can I expect to see improvements in my symptoms?

After Venaseal closure, you may experience immediate relief from symptoms such as pain, swelling, and discomfort. However, it may take a few weeks to months to see the full benefits as the treated veins gradually shrink and are reabsorbed by the body, improving the overall appearance of the legs.

Can Venaseal closure be used to treat deep vein thrombosis (DVT)?

Venaseal closure is not typically used to treat deep vein thrombosis (DVT), which is a serious condition requiring immediate medical attention. Venaseal closure is primarily used to treat superficial venous reflux, such as varicose veins. DVT is usually treated with anticoagulant medication and other therapies to prevent complications like pulmonary embolism.

Newest Treatment of Varicose Veins

Close the diseased vein with The VenaSeal™ closure system using a proprietary medical adhesive. No down time. No hospital needed. No need for compression hose.

For more information…

Vein Dr in Cranberry Twp

Cranmar Plaza
20555 Perry Highway (Route 19)
Cranberry Township, Pa 16066
Call Call 724-987-3220

Vein Dr in Beaver

Stone Point Building
500 Market street Suite #101
Bridgewater, Pa 15009
Call 724-987-3220  

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