Say Goodbye to Varicose & Spider Veins Now!

June 24, 2018
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If you have chronic venous insufficiency, consider reading the book ‘Say Goodbye to Varicose & Spider Veins Now,’ by Greg Martin, MD!

 

Spider Veins on the Foot & Ankle Can Be Easily and Safely Treated

March 27, 2018
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Ankle spider veins can be hard to clear. Reasons include higher venous pressure at the ankle, numerous venous inflow paths, and due to

Chest Veins Can Easily Be Treated With Laser or Ohmic Thermolysis

October 17, 2017
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Veins on the chest can easily be treated with 940 nm laser or ohmic thermolysis. These are spider nevi secondary to sun exposure

What is the Best Sclerosant Concentration for Spider Vein Treatment?

September 12, 2017

This article was the first to confirm the exact concentration of sclerosant that should be used during spider vein treatment based on histological

Migraines and Spider Vein Treatment

June 25, 2017

“I have migraines and was wondering if I could have spider vein treatments?”

I would have your doctor to a test with liquid

Treating Spider Veins With Sotradecol and Polidocanol

April 25, 2017

 

 

Spider & reticular on the outer leg. This is the most common pattern that we see in our clinics.

 

Spider Vein Treatment Using Dornier Laser, Sclerotherapy & Micro-Surgical Techniques

February 15, 2017

In some instances, we use both laser and sclerotherapy to treat spider veins. This has to be done carefully to prevent too much

What is a Micro-Phlebectomy and What Can You Expect Post Procedure

February 8, 2017

What is a Micro-Phlebectomy?

A micro-phlebectomy is removing veins surgically through a small incision.

 

The area is scrubbed with hibiclens soap and

Young Man With Concerns About Varicose Veins

February 5, 2017

“I’m a 23 year old male with no preexisting medical conditions to date. While I’m not 18 anymore, I still look at

Staining After Sclerotherapy

February 4, 2017

Staining after sclerotherapy is not infrequent. Staining results from trapped blood that occurs after sclerotherapy injections. A mild form of a small clot