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At Venous Health Centers, one of the best vein treatment centers in the Washington DC Metro area, we offer state-of-the-art minimally invasive procedures to treat conditions that affect your veins. These conditions include varicose veins, spider veins, deep vein thrombosis, and venous ulcer.

Most of the procedures we offer to treat varicose or spider veins do not require general anesthesia, hospital stay, or invasive painful surgery such as vein stripping. A patient can typically return to normal activities immediately or soon after the procedure. Treatment can take as little as 30-45 minutes. Testing and treatment of varicose veins are covered by most insurance plans including medicare.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are varicose veins?

A: Varicose veins are raised, enlarged veins. Which usually appear on the skin surface and can cause the leg to swell, burn, fatigue, itch, or ache...

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Q: What are spider veins?

A: Spider veins are small red, blue or purple veins that appear on the surface of the thighs, calves and ankles.They may appear as a group of veins...

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Q: What are venous stasis ulcers?

A: A skin ulcer, caused by a venous reflux disorder is called a venous stasis ulcer. It is an irregularly shaped wound...

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