Endoscopic vein surgery is a specialty that requires extensive training. Whether you need endoscopic vein harvesting or endoscopic varicose vein surgery, rely on experts with that training and experience. Call the vein specialists at the Vein Care Center for a consultation. They offer convenient hours and locations in New York City’s Financial District, Greenwich Village and Midtown Manhattan, and Upper East Side. In New Jersey, find the nearest office in Paramus, Riverdale, Englewood Cliffs, Cranford or East Brunswick. If you need vein surgery, call the experts.
During endoscopic vein surgery, a vein surgeon makes a small incision to access a distressed vein. Using a tiny camera located in a tube, together with a surgical device, your vein doctor closes an affected vein to stop further blood flow. The blood that used to flow through that vein finds an alternate route.
Endoscopic varicose vein surgery is an effective treatment for severe cases of varicose veins and other vein problems. This surgery works as a permanent solution for complications such as a venous stasis ulcer, which is painful and difficult to heal.
At the Vein Treatment Center with multiple locations in New York City and New Jersey, vein specialists led by Dr. Jonathan Arad have access to the most advanced medical technology for vein treatments. The vein doctors deliver correct diagnoses and the most effective vein treatments.
Before any treatment for a vein condition, your vein doctor reviews your medical history and carries out a physical examination of your veins during an initial vein consultation. Your diagnosis determines if endoscopic vein surgery is the best approach to treat your vein condition.
If it is, the procedure includes:
The Vein Care Center has all the necessary expertise and equipment to successfully perform endoscopic vein surgery. Dr. Arad is a board-certified surgeon with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of vein conditions, including:
Severe varicose veins, especially when accompanied by leg ulcers, are painful and potentially dangerous. These ulcers don’t heal easily because the blood pressure in the veins that caused them remains high due to valve damage. Endoscopic vein surgery addresses the underlying cause of the vein problem and offers a long-lasting solution.
Your experienced vein doctor may recommend this vein surgery because:
The non-invasive nature of endoscopic vein surgery minimizes the risks involved as well, especially when you rely on doctors who have extensive experience with the procedure. Side effects are greatly reduced when a doctor with the right expertise performs endoscopic vein surgery. This surgery is a highly effective for treatment of varicose veins.
Factors that make you a good candidate for endoscopic varicose vein surgery include:
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When you need multiple bypass surgery, your cardiologist typically requires that a vein be stripped from another part of your body to perform the procedure. Endoscopic vein harvesting is the gold standard when it comes to creating that necessary component in a successful heart surgery.
Using a well-trained vein specialist to perform the endoscopic vein harvesting is ideal due to:
At the Vein Care Center, the vein specialists are friendly and discuss all aspects of their treatments with you. If you want to know more about endoscopic vein surgery, contact the vein specialists at the office nearest you.