Intense Pulse Light Therapy in Bloomington, Indiana (IN)

This spider vein therapy uses intense pulsed light that can be used to selectively damage or destroy abnormal veins, including small spider veins and small vascular birthmarks. Unlike laser, the intense light therapy is more suited for vascular lesions slightly deeper in the skin.

This treatment may be recommended when sclerotherapy or laser therapy does not effectively treat the superficial vein. Two to four treatments may be required depending on the number and size of the lesions. Pulsed light is a non-invasive form of light therapy that is specifically designed to eliminate undesired blood vessels from any part of the body. The light generates a pulse of intense, concentrated energy that is directed through a hand piece to the blood vessel underneath the skin.

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About Vascular Center and Vein Clinic of Southern Indiana

Welcome to the Vascular Center and Vein Clinic of Southern Indiana!

Located in Southern Indiana, the Vascular Center & Vein Clinic has treated thousands of patients, including those with leg pain, varicose veins, and spider veins. All treatments are FDA-approved for minimally invasive outpatient or office-base procedures.

Our growing practice serves the greater Bloomington area. Established in June 2007, the Vascular Center and Vein Clinic provides comprehensive care for your vascular health. From life-saving aortic aneurysm repair, to treating and eliminating varicose veins, we are dedicated to addressing your needs.

From Martinsville: Take 37 south towards Bloomington/Bedford. Take exit from Bloomfield Road (West 2nd Street). Turn left at light, Follow road until you reach 815 West 2nd Street.

From Columbus/Nashville Indiana: From 46 E and East 3rd Street, follow road until you reach Collage Avenue. Turn left at light. Follow College Ave until you reach 2nd Street. Turn right (west) onto West 2nd street to 815 West 2nd Street.

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