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This intense pulse light therapy technique of treating spider veins 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 all parts of the body. The pulse light generates a pulse of intense, concentrated energy which is directed through a hand piece to the blood vessel underneath the skin.
About Virginia Vein Care
Welcome to Virginia Vein Care!
Virginia Vein Care was founded to provide comprehensive treatment of venous disease. With a new location conveniently located across from Tyson’s Galleria, Virginia Vein Care offers patient-oriented state of the art care to patients suffering from varicose veins and all forms of venous disease.
We offer services for both medically necessary and cosmetic problems. If you are suffering from sore, painful legs or perhaps have a “heavy feeling” as if you have been on your feet all day, you may very well have venous reflux disease. In addition, venous reflux disease is responsible for the bulging, twisted veins commonly known as varicose veins. Unsightly spider veins are also a direct consequence of venous reflux disease, also known as venous insufficiency.
Many treatments for varicose veins relieve symptoms without curing the underlying venous reflux disease that causes varicose veins, spider veins and eventually leg ulcers. At Virginia Vein Care, Dr. Markovitz and his knowledgeable staff will determine and discuss with you the best treatment plan needed to eliminate unsightly varicose veins for good.
A comprehensive and painless ultrasound examination is essential to the accurate diagnosis of lower extremity venous disease. Our certified expert ultrasound technicians have years of experience and provide a “roadmap” for the proposed therapy. In the past, the treatment of varicose veins often involved hospitalization and a surgical procedure. This is no longer the case, as Virginia Vein Care now exclusively offers the VNUS ClosureFAST™ procedure, a new minimally invasive treatment for varicose veins. The procedure is performed in our office and in most instances patients return to work the very next day.
Some patients have even had the procedure performed on their lunch break!
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