Experience the VenaSeal™ Closure System by Medtronic

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.

How To Get Ready For A VenaSeal Treatment?

It is important to properly prepare for the procedure in order to ensure its success and minimize any potential risks or complications. Here are some tips on how to get ready for VenaSeal:

Consult with a healthcare professional

Schedule a consultation with a vein specialist or interventional radiologist to determine if VenaSeal is right for you. They will evaluate your medical history, perform a physical examination, and discuss the risks and benefits of the procedure.

Avoid blood-thinning medications

Blood-thinning medications, such as aspirin or warfarin, can increase the risk of bleeding during the procedure. You may be advised to stop taking these medications several days before the procedure.

Wear loose-fitting clothing

On the day of the procedure, wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows for easy access to the affected area.

Arrange for transportation

VenaSeal is typically performed on an outpatient basis and does not require general anesthesia. However, you may be advised to arrange for transportation home, as you may experience some discomfort or dizziness after the procedure.

Follow post-procedure instructions

After the procedure, you may be advised to wear compression stockings, avoid strenuous activity, and refrain from taking blood-thinning medications for a period of time.

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  

FREE Vein Screenings

Call  724-987-3220


FREE Vein Screenings are available at ALL locations. Vein clinic in Cranberry, Butler vein clinic and our Bridgewater vein clinic to name a few. For directions to our vein offices, visit our Locations page. To find out more about the treatment of veins in Pittsburgh, Call today or fill out our form to schedule a FREE Vein Screening 724.987.3220

Want to learn how to achieve healthy veins? Click here to learn more →