Vein Therapy About 50 to 55 percent of women and 40 to 45 percent of men in the United States suffer from some type of vein problem.

Risk Factors

Vein disorders can be unsightly and extremely painful, causing both embarrassment and irritation. If you suffer from varicose veins, spider veins, or venous reflux disease, vein treatments from Southern Vein & Laser Center provide you with the pathway to recovery.

Family History Older Age
Gender Pregnancy
Obesity Lack of Movement
Leg Trauma Job Related

We are the Experts

Our team of experienced, compassionate surgeons and medical staff members is highly practiced in numerous therapeutic techniques, accurately diagnosing problems and devising effective treatments for pain, swelling, and discomfort. Many insurance companies partially or fully cover these procedures providing affordable care in a safe, supportive environment.

AAA Vein Therapies
Sclerotherapy has been in use since the 1930s to treat varicose veins and spider veins. Sclerotherapy uses a simple injection of a solution directly into diseased veins. This treatment is highly successful. It is among the most popular for those with vein diseases in the United States. Sclerotherapy is an outpatient procedure that may be done in the doctor’s office. The process is fast. It takes 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the number of veins receiving treatment. For patients with severe conditions, multiple appointments may be necessary.
VenaSeal™ delivers medical adhesive through a catheter inserted directly into the veins. This addresses diseased veins at the source. Tumescent anesthesia isn’t required, which offers patients the benefit of fewer needle sticks. First, diseased veins are mapped with an ultrasound. The doctor inserts a small catheter with a dispensing gun into the target area through a small incision in the skin of the leg. Ultrasound provides imagery to help guide the catheter in the right direction. The doctor dispenses medical adhesive into the vein after reaching the proper position. After the procedure, the catheter is removed and the incision is bandaged. The process usually takes less than an hour. The VenaSeal™ procedure eliminates pain and side effects while treating diseased veins. Your doctor will discuss all necessary concerns and precautions with you before the procedure.
An ambulatory phlebectomy works by physically removing the affected veins, immediately relieving pain, pressure, and negative appearance. First, doctors use ultrasound to map out the target veins for the procedure. Anesthetic is applied and sedation might be given to provide pain relief during the procedure. The doctor makes small incisions of two to three millimeters using a thin scalpel in the area surrounding the veins. The doctor uses a vein retractor or phlebectomy hook to carefully reach through the incisions to pull out diseased veins. The end of the vein is clamped and the body of the vein is severed. Incisions are bandaged and will heal within several days.
VNUS Closure™ therapy, also known as Venefit™, is a treatment method for varicose veins that uses radiofrequency energy to close off diseased blood vessels. Minimally invasive and non-surgical, this vein treatment makes it easy to target problem veins throughout the legs. VNUS Closure™ is effective at treating veins of all different kinds, including the greater saphenous vein. This technique is fast and efficient, allowing patients to address varicose veins in under an hour. You may need additional appointments if you need treatment for multiple vein areas.
With a strong success record of 98 percent in treating varicose veins, VenaCure EVLT™ is among the most popular treatments offered at Southern Vein & Laser Center. With our assistance, VenaCure EVLT™ patients can resume daily activities without pain or unsightly veins just hours after laser treatment.The revolutionary VenaCure EVLT™ procedure works by using a laser to seal diseased varicose veins. Ultrasound imagery helps doctors to map out diseased veins. Then, a small entry point is made in the skin, generally right below the knee. A laser fiber delivers pulses of energy to the affected veins through a thin laser fiber threaded through the incision. Removal of the laser follows the treatment. A bandage covers the incision after the procedure.

Specialists in Vein Therapy

Our team of experienced, compassionate surgeons and medical staff members is highly practiced in numerous therapeutic techniques, accurately diagnosing problems and devising effective treatments for pain, swelling, and discomfort. Many insurance companies partially or fully cover these procedures providing affordable care in a safe, supportive environment.