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Varicose Vein and Spider Vein Treatment
Without the Need for Painful Surgery
Varicose veins are enlarged or dilated veins, typically found in the legs. Varicosities occur when the valves in superficial veins malfunction, causing blood that should be moving toward the heart to move backward. After an initial screening, we can determine if you are a possible candidate for varicose vein treatment. Treatment options include EVLT, sclerotherapy, and ambulatory phlebectomy.
Telangiectasias, or more commonly known as spider veins, are red, blue or purple web-like veins found close to the skin’s surface. The development of spider veins has been attributed to prolonged standing or sitting, weight gain, pregnancy, heredity and hormones. Sclerotherapy is effective in the treatment of spider veins.
As Interventional Radiologists, we perform minimally invasive procedures to treat a variety of medical conditions. Conditions we treat and service include but are not limited to: abdominal aortic aneurysms, cancer, hypertension and end-stage renal disease, liver disease, gastrostomy, osteoporosis, stroke and carotid disease, pulmonary embolism, trauma and uterine fibroids.
Welcome to the Chippewa Valley Vein Center
At the Chippewa Valley Vein Center, we provide comprehensive care in treatment for varicose veins and spider veins. Our minimally invasive therapies allow safe and effective treatment of vein varicosities, all without the need for painful surgery! In addition, treatment of symptomatic varicose veins is covered by most insurance providers, including Medicare.
As many as 40% of women and 25% of men suffer from varicose veins. If you’re suffering from pain, heaviness, swelling, numbness or tingling in your legs, call 715.832.2200 or use our online form to schedule your Free Vein Screening.
The Chippewa Valley Vein Center will be temporarily closed so our physicians can focus on hospital services.
Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) our physicians will be focusing their efforts on providing for the more urgent healthcare needs of the community, as they provide services for many regional hospitals.
We will be contacting patients who have scheduled appointments to reschedule them. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and we will keep you informed as we plan to reopen.