VenaSeal is Now Accepted by Medicare

VenaSeal is Now Accepted by Medicare

There is some exciting news in our industry! If you are age 65 or older, you no longer have to live with varicose veins and the stresses they may cause. You can now use your Medicare coverage to cover the cost of VenaSeal, one of the most recent and innovative treatments for varicose veins in the Columbus, Ohio area. With this recent news, it’s even easier than ever to get the vein treatment you deserve. Now that Medicare is offering coverage, private insurance carriers will be coming on board as well. We are always on the forefront of medical updates as it relates to our field, so if more coverage options should become available in the future, you will be the first to know! Now that you are covered with Medicare, you may be wondering what VenaSeal is and if you are a good candidate for this treatment. For all of this information and more, read on!

What is VenaSeal?

VenaSeal is the most recent and innovative varicose vein treatment available. With almost no downtime, this treatment is perfect if you want to get rid of varicose veins without interrupting your daily life. VenaSeal uses a medical adhesive to close your defective vein. This process doesn’t use anesthetic, is virtually pain-free, and is minimally invasive. Most procedures require compression stockings to be worn after your treatment, but with VenaSeal, you won’t have to. You can be on your way immediately after your treatment is done and reduce the risk of bruising or soreness after the procedure.

When Should I Get the VenaSeal Treatment?

There are several symptoms that may occur if you have varicose veins. If you are experiencing any of these, it is important to see a doctor and determine the best treatment option for you. The most common symptoms of varicose veins include:

  • Veins that appear to be twisted or bulging, and may also be dark purple or blue in color
  • An achy or heavy feeling in the legs
  • Pain, swelling, itching, burning or cramping in the legs
  • Bleeding veins, ulcers or skin inflammation
  • Restless Legs Syndrome

We have doctors with years of experience recommending the best treatment options. We have several different treatment options, with VenaSeal among them. After most treatments, compression stockings are required to be worn for a short period of time, but with VenaSeal compression stockings are unneccessary. Because of this, VenaSeal is a great treatment option any time of year.


Now that VenaSeal is being covered by Medicare, it is the perfect time to get treatment for your varicose veins. Contact us today to get your treatment scheduled!