Vein Treatments; What Are The Most Effective Ones?

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Vein Treatments; What Are The Most Effective Ones?

Posted By Fred Burton     October 14, 2021    


What are Varicose and Spider Veins?


Varicose and Spider Veins are types of vein disorders, which can be unpleasant pain and uncomfortable, not to mention also embarrassing, conditions. “Varicose veins” appear as bulging, purplish veins that often appear in the legs. They are the result of inefficiencies in the valves in the veins. The valves are in place to prevent blood from flowing backward. When the veins do not work properly, blood is allowed to flow backward and pool in the vein. This often results in a bulging appearance and is called varicose veins.


Spider veins” do not bulge from the skin and are not considered a medical problem, but can be just as embarrassing. They too are evident through the skin and can be noticed purplish in color. While they do not cause pain or discomfort, many still seek treatment to get rid of their appearance. So if you notice visible veins in your legs, it is often a good idea to see your doctor determine if they are varicose or spider veins.


When to seek medical Vein Treatment?


If they are of the varicose type, you may be encouraged to seek treatment, while if they are spider veins, the decision as to whether to seek treatment is often your own decision, as most people consider this a cosmetic treatment in this case. Insurance will often cover the cost of varicose veins treatment but usually does not cover spider veins treatment because this is considered a cosmetic choice. In some instances, before insurance will cover the cost of varicose vein treatment, however, they will require that patients try more conservative means of treatment like compression stockings and various home remedies.


Varicose Or Spider Vein Treatment:


Initially, you may try some natural methods to ease the symptoms of abnormal veins, including;


  • “Elevating your legs” above your heart and avoiding tight clothing and socks are often a good idea. 
  • Avoid standing or sitting for long periods as it can cause faulty blood circulation.  
  • Include fibery food items to maintain healthy blood circulation. 
  • Wearing compression stocking may also help to ease the symptoms of faulty veins. 

If you won’t get satisfactory results and the problematic veins are causing pain, and discomfort, seek medical treatment in order to eliminate them permanently. 



Sclerotherapy for Varicose and Spider Veins:


It is a medical treatment utilized to remove the faulty veins. Sclerotherapy involves the usage of an injection with a chemical solution. The professionals inject the solution directly into the diseased veins in order to irritate the lining of the affected veins resulting in scar tissues that fade away eventually. This procedure is effective to treat spider veins and small-sized varicose veins. 


EVLT (Endovenous Laser Vein Treatment): 


These are also viable solutions to varicose veins, including those that transmit lasers into the veins. 


EVLT is a procedure that includes the implementation of laser heat to remove varicose veins. Professionals use a laser device that transmits a thin beam of light to destroy and remove the painful veins. 


Whatever vein treatment is used, the objective is always the same to relieve the pain and discomfort that occurred due to abnormal varicose and spider veins. Consult a vein specialist first, before choosing any type of treatment. 

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