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How to Know Which Vein Treatment You Need

Understanding Your Symptoms and Conditions

  • Pain and Discomfort: Note any pain or discomfort in your legs, particularly if it worsens with standing or sitting for long periods.
  • Visible Veins: Observe any visible varicose or spider veins. Varicose veins are large, raised, and swollen blood vessels, while spider veins are smaller and closer to the skin’s surface.
  • Swelling: Check for any swelling in your legs, especially towards the end of the day or after prolonged periods of standing/sitting.
  • Skin Changes: Look for any color changes, itchiness, or skin thickening in the leg and ankle areas.

Document Your Vein Health History:

  • Consider any previous vein treatments or consultations.
  • Note any family history of vein diseases.

Patient Reviews

It was a great and very informative experience The staff was amazing and the process for it went well. The results have been amazing. Thanks to the amazing team as well as the follow up process by the staff.

– Carlos I.

I am very happy with the results I fully recommend Dr. Adam Goldman to anybody. They are very friendly and the staff is very professional they explain all procedures in great detail.

– Aldonza A.

Choosing Between Treatments

Vein Closure (Endovenous Ablation):

  • Indications: Best for larger varicose veins and when there’s significant venous reflux (blood flowing backward through the veins).
  • Method: Heat (laser or radiofrequency) is used to close off the affected vein.
  • Ideal Candidates: Individuals with significant varicose veins causing pain, swelling, or leg fatigue.

Varicose Vein Treatment:

  • Depending on the severity and type of varicose veins, this category can include multiple methods, such as laser treatments, vein stripping, or ambulatory phlebectomy.

Sclerotherapy

  • Indications: Typically used for smaller varicose veins or spider veins.
  • Method: Involves injecting a solution into the vein, causing it to scar and blood to reroute through healthier veins.
  • Ideal Candidates: Individuals with smaller varicose or spider veins seeking cosmetic improvement or relief from mild discomfort.

Microphlebectomy:

  • Indications: Best for accessible varicose veins close to the skin’s surface.
  • Method: Small incisions are made to remove the vein segments physically.
  • Ideal Candidates: Patients with bulging varicose veins that are unsuitable for sclerotherapy or where vein closure is unnecessary.

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Locations

Washington Heights
4915 Broadway suite 1A
New York NY 10034

Corona, NY
37-73 103rd St.
Corona, NY 11368

Making Your Decision

  1. Consult Our Specialists: Our vascular surgeons and vein specialists can provide an ultrasound assessment and recommend the best treatment based on your condition.
  2. Consider Your Goals: Your focus on symptom relief, cosmetic appearance, or both can guide your treatment choice.
  3. Weigh the Pros and Cons: Each treatment has different recovery times, potential risks, and success rates. Discuss these with your healthcare provider.

Insurances Accepted

Varicose vein treatments can be covered by most insurance. Most local insurance plans are accepted. We accept patients without health insurance. 

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Contact NY Metro Vein Today for Treatment

At NY Metro Vein, we’re committed to helping you find the perfect treatment that aligns with your health goals and lifestyle. Whether you’re dealing with discomfort, cosmetic concerns, or both, our team of vein specialists is here to guide you through every step of the process. Our experts will assess your specific vein concerns and recommend a tailored treatment plan. Contact us today to learn more. 

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