Allure Medical’s wide range of outpatient vein treatments provides a real cure for a variety of symptoms. At your free leg screening, our vein specialists will prepare a specific plan tailored to your needs using state-of-the-art technology. Treatment options at Allure Medical are safe, with very few (if any) side effects, with little to no downtime.
Initially, after an ultrasound is performed (a painless procedure to "map" the area being treated), your health care provider at Allure Medical will determine the best plan of action for varicose vein treatment going forward. We offer a variety of procedures that best suit the needs of each individual patient.
Whether your provider recommends ultrasound guided sclerotherapy, radiofrequency ablation, or any of the other options available at Allure Medical, we'll find the best way to suit your needs, promote healthy lifestyle changes, and cure your leg pain for good! We have listed specifics of each of our treatment options below:
Radiofrequency Ablation is a procedure that uses heat to damage the tissue of the varicose vein's wall. Radio waves of energy are directed into the vein through a thin, flexible tube (catheter) which closes off blood flow to the affected vein.Learn More
The Venaseal™ closure system treats varicose veins using an advanced formulated adhesive to close and seal the vein. It is the only non-thermal, non-tumescent, non-sclerosant procedure approved for use in the U.S. that uses a "glue" to shut down diseased veins.Learn More
Varithena® (polidocanol microfoam) is distributed through a catheter or by direct injection. The diseased vein fills with foam and safely collapses. Varithena® is the only FDA-approved foam used to treat vein disease.Learn More
Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy (UGS) is a specialized vein treatment for surface and branch varicose veins. It involves injecting a medication into the affected leg veins with the guidance of an ultrasound. The medicated vein swells and then closes. The body then absorbs these affected veins and blood circulation is restored.Learn More
Sclerotherapy is used mostly for the treatment of spider veins. It is an injection of a solution directly into the problematic vein, scarring it, and directing blood flow to healthy veins. The diseased vein narrows, and is gradually absorbed by the body.Learn More
A microphlebectomy is a mild vein treatment performed with a local anesthetic to remove bulging varicose veins near the surface of the skin. The non-functioning veins are removed in segments through micro incisions in the skin, but patients endure little to no discomfort. This outpatient treatment takes about an hour.Learn More
Allure Medical is a leading provider for the treatment of vein disease. We have performed more than 200,000 varicose vein procedures, and we are more experienced than anyone in the Midwest. If you are suffering from debilitating symptoms such as aching, swelling, bruising or discoloration of your legs, you owe it to yourself to seek vein treatment. Chronic Venous insufficiency is fairly common, and affects more than 48 million people throughout the U.S. When the one-way valves in our legs are not working properly, or something is blocking blood flow, venous insufficiency can likely be the reason.
Varicose veins (which are large, rope like in appearance and can clearly be seen under the surface of the skin), and spider veins (which are smaller and thread-like, can occur in men and women of all ages. While the exact cause of these conditions is not known, there are factors that may determine if you more likely to develop varicose veins or spider veins. A significant amount of vein disease is due to family history. If both of your parents have varicose veins, your chance of having them is about 90%. While there is nothing that can be done about your genetics, it is important to understand that this is the most common reason for vein disease. Many people think of varicose veins as being purely a cosmetic problem, but they're not. They're often associated with progressive vein disease. The sooner you address your leg vein issues, the better.
Methods for treating varicose veins have evolved over time. In the past, procedures such as vein stripping were common but that type of treatment is antiquated and rarely used any longer. It was an invasive surgical practice that would in most cases require a hospital stay and a lengthy recovery period. Outdated treatments such as vein stripping are placing a huge burden on our nation's economy, and causing patients unnecessary suffering.
To help relieve the symptoms of vein disease, there are a few natural options you could consider. However, they may or may not be effective. No scientific proof exists stating that natural treatments adequately treat the root cause of vein disease.Learn More
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