Atlanta, GA (WiredPRNews.com) Contrary to what some people believe, varicose veins and spider veins can be treated. This treatment does not usually involve expensive, painful and inconvenient surgery. Instead there are many effective outpatient treatments available for varicose veins. These treatments also work against similar conditions including spider veins.
Popular treatments for varicose veins in Atlanta:
Sclerotherapy is the most popular method for treating swollen veins. It is a minimally invasive procedure which involves the injection of a substance into the vein that hardens it and prevents swelling. The vein can then return to normal. More advanced techniques of Sclerotherapy including foam Sclerotherapy and Ulstrasound Guided Sclerotherapy are now available. These techniques are more effective than the traditional methods. Sclerotherapy is almost always done as an outpatient procedure and it will not disrupt your day to day routine.
Asclera is a popular drug used for Sclerotherapy. It reduces the pain involved in the process and it is highly effective. It is the latest and most advanced treatment and it is highly effective against spider vein.
Endovenous Laser Ablation is a drug free treatment that involves the use of a laser to heat varicose veins which causes them to collapse shrink and disappear. It is safer than traditional Sclerotherapy and is a minimally invasive procedure performed in the office. This method can be more effective particularly with those with badly swollen veins.
Radiofrequency Occlusion is a method in which a small tube is inserted into the vein and pushed through it. This causes the vein to collapse and disappear. Unlike some other methods, Occlusion is surgery and will require anesthesia. It is usually done on an outpatient basis and is no more inconvenient or painful than the average trip to the dentist. This is usually done in the cases of bad varicose veins such as those in the legs.
Several other methods for treating varicose veins in Atlanta are available. To see which one is best for you, you will have to consult a doctor. The sooner you talk to a doctor, the sooner you can get rid of your varicose veins and resume a normal life. News Source: http://www.WiredPRNews.com - Press Release Distribution