Why Choose An Ambulatory Phlebectomy?

People who have varicose veins can end up facing both medical and cosmetic issues. Luckily, over the last 20 years or so, the options for treatment have risen noticeably. Treatments are now far less invasive and recovery time can be nonexistent leading to greater self-confidence and pain free legs. The first step in the treatment of varicose veins is to consult with specialist. The doctor will do a physical exam, take a medical history, and then recommend treatment options to you. Generally treatment will start with simple steps such as losing weight, keeping the leg up for periods of time and/or wearing lightweight compression stockings.

What is a Phlebectomy and how is one done?

A Phlebectomy can be done by a surgeon at a vein clinic in Schaumburg as an outpatient procedure and is very useful for completely removing veins that are near to the surface of the skin. Most of these can be done in just about an hour or even less. The surgeon will begin by marking the veins to be removed, cleaning the skin thoroughly, and then injecting local anesthesia. Most patients feel little to no pain during this procedure. Once veins are removed, the area is wrapped or covered with a compression bandage. You should be able to return to your daily activities the day after surgery. Generally you will be required to wear compression stockings for at least two weeks.

Reduce Your Risk of Reoccurrence

The best news: this treatment has a success rate of over 90% and pain and other symptoms should disappear almost immediately after the procedure is finished. In order to decrease your risk of your varicose veins reoccurring have a frank and honest talk with a surgeon at Veins Without Surgery as to what you can do. A healthy diet and lifestyle with plenty of exercise can go a long way. To get detailed information go to Veins Without Surgery at http://www.veinswithoutsurgery.com/

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