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With such a large database of medical centers, patients using our website can easily find same or next day appointment availability.

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Many featured facilities do offer virtual visits. But only minor injury and illness can be treated completely virtual. As well as prescription refill for certain medications and any medical advice that may be needed. If your provider believes you need to come in-office for proper treatment, you will be notified during your initial virtual evaluation.

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Will I be able to find weekend of after-hours availability at Vein Clinics Near Me?

Our large network of physicians allows each person to narrow down a practitioner who has the availability best for them. Many practices have extended evening hours Monday-Friday for people who have a normal workday, but weekend availability is unlikely.

What is a vein clinic?

They are medical centers that are a mix of a doctor’s office and a procedure center. The physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of vascular conditions as well as medical and cosmetic procedures.

The most common conditions treated are:

  • Varicose and spider veins are the most common treated conditions but if left untreated they can become more serious
    • Venous leg ulcers which happen when varicose develop into painful open sores or ulcers
    • Venous stasis dermatitis – a rash that develops from gathered or pooled blood in the shin or calf. Caused by poor circulation and presents as clustering red spots.
    • Hyperpigmentation
    • Corona phlebectatica - spider venous disease in the feet that become so intertwined you cannot distinguish a particular structure. It causes the foot to become a hue of purple and red
    • Klippel- Trenaunay Syndrome (KTS) – congenital vascular disorder which causes the limb to be affected by varicose venous disease and cause to much bone and soft tissue growth. This can increase pressure in the leg and cause swelling and changing of the skin color
    • Edema – valves found higher up in the vascular system fail and cause blood to be pooled into the feet and ankles causing swelling
    • Restless leg syndrome which can be caused by untreated vascular disease. It can cause legs to be achy, tired, and cramp and make it hard for people to travel or sleep. Most people suffering with RLS constantly move their legs due to being uncomfortable.

What procedures are used to treat varicose venous disease?

The treatment usually begins with diagnosis of the disease. The provider will usually start your appointment with an initial physical exam which includes the patient standing while the provider checks for swelling. They will have you discuss the feeling that you feel in your legs, whether they are achy, sore, itchy, etc. You may also be subjected to an ultrasound of the valves in your vascular system to make sure they are functioning properly and make sure there is no evidence of blood clots. Treatment options are performed on an outpatient basis and doesn’t require long hospital stays or worrisome surgical procedures

Treatment options include:

  • Self-care – exercising, losing weight, wearing loose clothing, leg elevation, and avoidance of standing or walking for long periods of time
  • Compression socks – wearing compression socks for most of the day can help by steadily squeezing your legs. This helps the leg muscles move blood more efficiently. Compression socks are a cheap and easy way to treat varicose disease, they are found at most pharmacies or medical supply stores.
  • Sclerotherapy – your provider will inject solution that causes scaring and closing of the trouble vessels. In a few weeks they will begin to fade
  • Laser treatments – works by sending strong bursts of light into the vessels which cause them to fade.
  • Catheter-assisted procedure – a thin tube called a catheter is heated and then inserted into the vessels, when it is slowly pulled out it causes the vessel to collapse on itself and close it off
  • Ambulatory phlebectomy – tiny skin punctures are used to remove the affected vessels
  • Endoscopic surgery – is used when all other procedures have failed and there is more extensive damage such as leg ulcers. It is still performed in an outpatient basis.

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