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Varicose Vein and Spider Vein Treatment in Columbus, Ohio

Don’t suffer from varicose veins or spider veins any longer

At the Columbus Vein Center, the initial consultation is FREE! Are you embarrassed by unsightly veins on your legs? Do you experience
painful, burning sensations or numbness in your legs? You are not alone. Varicose veins are common among both men and women, and they come with a variety of symptoms.

Don’t suffer from varicose veins or spider veins any longer

3 Reasons to Choose Columbus Vein Center

Doctor Care Every Step of the Way

Our goal is to provide the most doctor interaction possible so that you are comfortable and informed every step of the way.

At the Columbus Vein Center, the initial consultation is FREE!

1. Meet Your Doctor

You first meet your doctor at the free consultation, where you will discuss your symptoms and options for evaluation and possible treatment.

2. Schedule Appointment

You may also schedule a diagnostic ultrasound without a consultation if you prefer. This will expedite the process to the following step.

3. Treatment Plan

During the ultrasound, your doctor will describe your disease process, create a customized treatment plan for you, and answer any pertinent questions you may have.

4. Procedure

Your doctor will perform the procedure/procedures and see you during follow up appointments to check the progress of your recovery.

Specialized Training in Vascular Treatment

The doctors at Columbus Vein Center specialize in Interventional Radiology and are certified by the American Board of Radiology.

This means they are uniquely qualified to perform ultrasounds to diagnose patients’ vascular problems. Then, by using the best minimally-invasive techniques available, they can treat vein disease while reducing risks and improving health outcomes.

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Varicose veins occur when the valves that help efficiently return blood through the veins, from the limbs back to the heart, begin to weaken and fail. This condition is called venous reflux, and it causes blood to pool in your lower legs, causing the veins to get larger.

There are several factors that may cause varicose veins including weight gain, pregnancy, age, occupations requiring prolonged standing, or heredity.

A patient can have symptoms with or without visible evidence of varicose veins.

Varicose veins are large veins that lie close to the skin’s surface with a knotty, ropy or bulging appearance.

There are two types of abnormal veins. Thin red or blue veins that sit on the surface of the skin are referred to as spider veins. On the other hand, true varicose veins are often swollen, bulging veins that have a rope-like appearance.

Unlike varicose veins, spider veins usually do not have physical symptoms. Most people choose to get rid of them simply because they are unsightly. Spider veins are shaped liked tiny cobwebs or roadmaps and are located close to the surface of the skin. They can be either red or blue and can appear on the head, chest, arms, neck or legs.

If you would like to know more about vein treatment from the Columbus Vein Center, call today to schedule a free consultation.

If you have underlying venous disease (e.g., venous reflux), the backflow of blood may lead to pooling in the lower legs, creating a condition that only progresses with time. If left untreated, you may develop additional varicose and spider veins, swelling and, in some cases venous ulcers in the lower calf and ankle.

There is no clear method of preventing varicose veins. Some actions, however, may help alleviate the symptoms and slow the progression of varicose veins, such as routine exercise, maintaining a normal weight, avoiding long periods of sitting or standing, and wearing compression stockings.

People with a family history of varicose veins, along with occupations requiring prolonged standing, increasing age, obesity, or women who have been pregnant have a higher risk of developing varicose veins.