Varithena Foam Sclerotherapy
Varithena foam sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive method of treating varicose vein disease of the legs. It uses a proprietary medication to treat diseased leg veins that are unsightly or veins that are causing leg pain and swelling. Contact Austin Vein Specialists to see if you are a candidate for the newest FDA-approved treatment for Varicose Veins of the legs.
Varithena Foam For Varicose Veins
Varithena foam sclerotherapy is the newest FDA-approved non-surgical varicose vein treatment and the only FDA-approved foam for great saphenous veins (GSV), accessory saphenous veins, and visible varicosities of the GSV system both above and below the knee. (Naples News)
The Varithena procedure is minimally invasive, with a doctor administering a small amount of medication through a catheter or by direct injection into the malfunctioning vein. No incision is required and the procedure usually lasts less than an hour.
Along with treating the appearance of varicose veins, Varithena provides relief from fatigued, heavy, achy, restless, crampy, swollen, throbbing, and itchy legs.
The treatment also neutralizes the potential for life-threatening consequences of varicose veins, such as phlebitis, venous stasis ulcers, blood clots, and pulmonary emboli.
Most patients can resume regular activities after treatment, however, heavy exercise should be avoided for one week. Walking daily for a minimum of ten minutes is advised, for at least one month following the procedure. Patients should avoid extended periods of inactivity.
Interested in learning more about the new varicose vein treatment Varithena foam sclerotherapy? Contact Austin Vein Specialists today at (512) 220-5401 to schedule a consultation.