If you’re dealing with painful or unsightly veins in your body, you aren’t alone. Nearly 35% of the US deal with this issue, and one of the most common vein issues we see are varicose veins and venous reflux.
Sometimes, these veins are a cosmetic problem but cause no actual pain to the person. Other times, varicose veins can be so serious and painful that they lead to issues like blood clots. As Northwest Arkansas’ vein experts, the Ozark Regional Vein & Artery Center staff sees hundreds of patients each year and can help treat your vein issues with a variety of treatments.
Venaseal works by first injecting a numbing shot to reduce pain, and then a small catheter is inserted into the vein.
Our staff then uses ultrasound to guide the catheter, with small drops of a medical grade adhesive used to treat and close the vein. Safe and proven effective by clinical studies, you’ll be able to return to normal activities shortly after the procedure!
Varithena works as an injectable microfoam, which is put into the vein slowly until it collapses.
Once that happens, your blood will flow to the healthy veins surrounding the collapsed vein. Over time, your body will absorb the treated vein and produce healthy, effective results.
After your treatment, you can expect to wear compression stockings for about 14 days.
Radiofrequency Ablation is both safe and highly effective, using radiofrequency energy to heat and treat the problematic vein.
After applying a local anesthetic, Dr. Haney uses ultrasound guidance to insert a tiny catheter into the treatment area. Once in the area, the heat energy from radiofrequency fiber will cause the vein walls to collapse and close. Following the treatment, you’ll need to wear compression stockings for a doctor-recommended amount of time.
VenaCure EVLT works by utilizing laser light technology, which uses a small amount of energy to close off the vein. After applying a local anesthetic and a numbing shot at the treatment area, we put a laser fiber up through the target vein using ultrasound guidance. Once in place, Dr. Haney will heat the treated area and close it off.
After an ablation treatment, when veins are closed down and blood is redirected to healthy veins, our nurses use an Ambulatory Phlebectomy to treat the visible veins in your legs.
After applying a local anesthetic, we make small incisions into the skin and use a phlebectomy hook to remove the visible bulges. The best part about this treatment is that there’s no downtime associated with it, and any visible scars will fade over time!
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Ozark Regional Vein & Artery Center is the only practice in Northwest Arkansas that provides all the highest quality vein treatments. Dr. Haney and our expert staff have over 75 years of combined experience in the industry, ensuring you get the best varicose vein and venous reflux procedures available in Rogers
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