ClariVein in Sioux Falls, South Dakota (SD)
If you suffer from the heaviness, pain and discomfort that accompanies varicose veins, you may want to consider ClariVein. The ClariVein catheter has been FDA-approved to effectively treat varicose veins, and has many advantages over existing techniques like sclerotherapy and laser treatments. Pain, discomfort and bruising are greatly reduced with ClariVein during and post-procedure. This is because ClariVein disrupts the lining of the vein (the endothelia) and employs a highly-effective drug that closes the vein. Thermal techniques such as laser or radiofrequency ablation use heat to destroy the vein, causing severe trauma, pain and bruising.
Ask your vein specialist about the availability of ClariVein in your area.
About Physicians Vein Clinics
Thank You For Choosing Physicians Vein Clinics
Physicians Vein Clinics is proud to offer the region’s finest vein removal services, using state-of-the-art technology and the skill of a board certified vein physician and laser expert.
About that free screening…
If you have ever wondered whether or not your vein problems can be easily fixed, find out with a free screening at Physicians Vein Clinics. The screening won’t take long and you’re under no obligation to receive further services. We should also be able to tell you whether your insurance will cover the procedure.
Easy as 1, 2, 3
Your free screening consists of three steps:
- We will review your medical history and perform a visual exam of the problem area. If necessary, an ultrasound examination will be obtained to identify the underlying cause of your problem. The ultrasound diagnosis isn’t needed very often, but if it is, this is a separate diagnostic test that requires billing to your insurance.
- We will diagnose your vein issues and discuss expected outcomes with you.
- Dr. Hansen will perform a visual exam and talk over the next course of action with you. If it is determined that your case is medical in nature, we will schedule a consult that consists of mapping and drawing your veins to prove venous deficiency and submit it to your insurance company. If the problems are cosmetic, they will discuss costs and treatment options with you.
Once you decide to move forward with treatment, we will work around your schedule to perform the procedures. Each outpatient procedure is different, but you should expect to return to normal activities in no time with minimal discomfort. Your specific treatment expectations and after-care will be discussed in detail prior to your appointment. Our professional and friendly staff is here to answer all your questions and make your time with us comfortable.