Causes of Varicose Veins
Veins, unlike arteries, carry blood against the force of gravity.
They rely on leg muscle contraction and one-way valves inside your veins to carry blood back to your heart. When the valve in a vein fails, gravity keeps blood from flowing back to your heart efficiently. This causes blood to pool or reflux in the veins of your legs and ankles, leading to bulging varicose veins.
Symptoms of Varicose Veins
Varicose veins can result from heredity, aging, hormonal factors such as puberty, pregnancy or menopause, or even injury.
However, venous insufficiency doesn't always surface in the form of varicose veins. At Ozark Regional Vein & Artery Center, we can discover early stages of vein disease or reflux to get you closer to finding the best varicose vein treatments in Rogers, Arkansas.
Dr. Haney utilizes the latest technology for varicose vein treatments in Rogers, Arkansas.
The large and straight refluxing veins are often treated with thermal ablation, either radiofrequency ablation (RFA) or endovenous laser ablation treatment (EVLT).Radiofrequency Ablation
The most unique treatment of large refluxing veins that's quickly becoming a patient favorite is Venaseal (cyanoacrylate adhesive).Venaseal™ Closure System
After the large and straight veins are shut down, phlebectomy is often needed to remove the painful and unsightly bulging veins.Ambulatory Phlebectomy
The most versatile treatment for both varicose and spider veins is Varithena. It's also one of the newest treatments for venous reflux on the market.Varithena®
The treatment of choice for the smallest refluxing veins is sclerotherapy.Sclerotherapy Injections