There are a number of treatments available for varicose veins, and also spider veins, a miniature version of this condition. Considering the wide range of options, it is important to select your treatment option carefully.
There are many different treatment names with the name of the laser that have different wavelengths. This can be confusing. There are also laser alternatives, called RF, however, there is little evidence supporting its effectiveness.
A few varicose vein treatment options include:
According to varicose veins Miami experts, the latest technology is mechanic-chemical ablation, which causes less bruising and soreness after the procedure. Another advantage to the procedure is that is can be performed very quickly.
Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherpy
For deeper veins that are not visible on the surface but are causing pain and discomfort, Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherpy is used to puncture the vein and inject a solution that causes it to close and shrink.
The Clarivein procedure is a new laser procedure that uses thermal energy to hear and destroy veins. Varicose and spider veins treatment Miami Beach experts are one the first to administer this procedure. They have found patients to experience little swelling, pain, and discomfort during and after the procedure.
Exercise, muscle toning, walking, leg elevations, and avoiding long periods of time standing, are great ways to begin treating varicose and spider veins. Invasive procedures should be considered after conservative treatment proves inefficient.
To learn more about conservative treatment for varicose veins read How to Prevent Varicose and Spider Veins