Have Healthy, Beautiful Legs Again
People suffering from the harmful effects and discomfort of spider and varicose veins have discovered extraordinary results at the Vein Clinic of Washington. Founder Samir Neimat, M.D., honored to have been one of Washingtonian Magazine’s “TOP DOCTORS” for sixteen consecutive years, specializes in total vein correction. His practice is one of the few area clinics that offers both laser and radiofrequency treatments, a comprehensive approach correcting multiple causes of vein disorders and helps restore the look and health of every patient’s legs, whether the issue is cosmetic or health-related.
The Vein Clinic of Washington is one of the few in the Washington DC area using a single use gold-tipped laser fiber in his procedures. Use of this new technology reduces pain and bruising in patients. Dr. Neimat also offers the VNUS Closure procedure and the EndoVenous Laser treatment, which are minimally invasive, clinically proven and covered by most insurances.
Do you experience discomfort, swelling and varicose veins?
If so, you may be suffering from superficial venous reflux disease. Approximately 25 million people in the United States suffer from this condition. Traditionally, patients diagnosed with venous reflux would undergo surgery. Now, patients can be treated with an array of minimally invasive treatment modalities for comprehensive management of their vein disease.
Venous reflux or venous insufficiency develops when the valves that usually keep blood flowing out of your legs become damaged or diseased. One of the most common clinical manifestations of venous reflux is varicose veins. Varicose veins are superficial veins that have dilated in response to increased pressure due to incompetent valves in the legs. The main treatment alternative is to re-route blood flow through healthy veins. In the past, this has been done by surgically removing (stripping) the troublesome vein from your leg.
Now, patients can be treated with a minimally invasive alternative to vein stripping that closes the diseased vein instead.