We are happy to provide you with all the information you may need regarding our Vein Center in a timely, professional manner. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions, concerns, or requests.
A: Yes, we accept most insurance providers. If venous reflux is found with varicose veins, most insurance companies consider a significant leg problem, and they almost always cover treatment (minus your deductible & copays). However, spider veins are considered cosmetic to insurance providers, therefore are typically not covered by insurance.
Do you have financing options?
Yes! We accept Care Credit and Compassionate Finance. We can guide you through the steps to apply in office or over the phone for low monthly payment options.
What insurance providers are accepted at ORVC?
We accept Medicare, Medicaid (Arkansas only), Aetna, Ambetter, Anthem BCBS, BCBS Blue Card PPO, Blue Advantage, Cigna, Coresource, Coventry Health Care, Health Advantage, Health Choice, Humana, Medpartners, Multiplan, Qualchoice, Tricare, UMR, and United Health Care.
Does vein treatment hurt?
Most patients experience little to no pain. Topical anesthesia or ice packs can be applied to those that are more sensitive to pain. Most patients feel little to no anxiety here, but for those experiencing extreme anxiety, we can provide moderate pre-procedure sedation. Pronox (nitrous oxide) is also available for purchase and can be administered during the procedure.
Are there any side effects with any of the vein treatments?
Our patients' well being is our number one concern. Most treatments have little to no side effects or recovery time. Bruising or redness may occur but will disappear within a few days post treatment. Refer to post-care instructions in MyTouchMD for any additional questions.
Do you do vein stripping?
No! Vein stripping is an antiquated, unnecessary, and painful way of treating veins. Dr. Haney and our team use the most up-to-date treatment methods including Varithena, Venaseal, Radio-frequency ablations, and sclerotherapy to treat venous insufficiency.
Where are you located?
Our facility is located in Rogers, Arkansas! There is an interactive map on our contact page to help guide you here via smart phone. If you are unable to use your GPS, use the following directions: Take Exit 83 off I-49, then turn South onto Pinnacle Hills Pkwy. In less than one mile, turn right onto Champions Dr, then take your 2nd right onto W Walsh Lane. We are the first building on your right - 5433 W Walsh Lane, Rogers, AR 72758.