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The main phases of varicose vein treatment. Video

The main phases of varicose vein treatment. Video

Posted on May 30, 2017 by Dr. Stephen Rivard

The main phases of proper varicose vein treatment often include removing the branch veins via endovenous laser therapy and the second is then followed up by injection sclerotherapy. The first phase of treatment can be performed in under an hour with little to no pain. Recovery time is quick allowing a patient to return to work the very next day.

 

 

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