Vein Treatment Dallas TX
Minimally Invasive Vein Treatment For Venous Insufficiency
Minimally invasive vein closure is the gold standard treatment for individuals suffering from swelling, pain, and other symptoms of venous insufficiency. It is an available vein treatment option at IVC in Dallas TX.
Effective – vein closure reliably relieves pain and swelling, and helps the leg heal from venous insufficiency.
Clinically Proven – vein closure is supported by several clinical studies and nearly two decades of practice.
Quick Procedure – the vein closure procedure usually takes about 45 minutes from start to finish.
Immediate Recovery – return to your normal activities immediately after the procedure.
Interventional and Vascular Care is an experienced provider of minimally invasive vein treatment. Find relief with a vein specialist in Dallas, Texas!
Vein Closure Procedure: a small tube called a catheter is inserted into the vein of the leg and positioned along the length of the diseased vein. Thermal energy, a chemical agent, or a glue-like substance are applied to the inside of the vein, causing the vein to close down, and allowing blood to flow through nearby health veins.
Dr. Aaron Fritts, MD
Interventional & Vascular Specialists
Dr. Aaron Fritts is a board-certified Vascular & Interventional Radiologist that specializes in minimally invasive vein treatment for venous insufficiency in Dallas, TX. Doctor Fritts is well-versed in vascular conditions, and has found his passion in providing minimally invasive treatment for individuals suffering from venous disease. He was recently selected as a SuperDoctors Rising Star and has been voted one of D-Magazine’s best doctors in Dallas. Read full bio.
“Dr. Fritts and his staff have been very kind, professional, and informative through each of my vein ablation treatments. I’ve experienced very little pain, and recovery seems to be going great. I would definitely recommend!”
– Healthgrades Review
“Dr. Fritts explained my vein disease process thoroughly and made sure I understood what was happening. He fought to get my insurance to approve the procedures for my varicose veins. I’ve had one of the procedures so far, and I’m already so amazed at the results.”
– Healthgrades Review
Vein Treatment in Dallas, TX
Minimally invasive vein treatment works by delivering thermal energy (thermal vein closure), a chemical agent (sclerotherapy), or a glue-like substance (VenaSeal) to the inside of the vein via a small tube called a catheter. While there are subtle differences between these different modes of treatment, they provide a similar end result.
Venous insufficiency develops when blood flow is seriously impaired in the veins of the legs. As vein disease progresses, the veins lose their ability to facilitate healthy blood flow, and blood pools in the veins causing them to stretch and swell. This phenomenon is usually visible in the form of bulging varicose veins on the surface of the leg, and leads to swelling, pain, and skin changes. The goal of minimally invasive vein treatment is to shut down varicose veins, which then allows blood to flow through nearby healthy veins. With healthy blood flow restored, the symptoms of venous insufficiency are relieved and the leg is allowed to heal. This minimally invasive varicose vein treatment is available at IVC in Dallas TX.
A catheter device is inserted into the diseased vein through a single puncture in the leg.
Therapy is applied to the inside of the vein. Therapy is either thermal energy, a special chemical, or a glue-like substance.
The vein is closed down and replaced with fibrotic tissue, allowing blood to flow through nearby healthy veins.
Vein Treatment in Dallas, TX
Minimally invasive vein treatment is more effective than conservative management. Compression stockings are usually prescribed as a conservative, first-line therapy for venous insufficiency. While stockings can help relieve symptoms of vein disease by improving blood flow, they do not address the underlying vein problems involved in venous insufficiency. Many patients have trouble staying compliant with their stocking prescription, which can render them ineffective. On the other hand, minimally invasive vein treatment attacks the source of venous insufficiency by treating the veins directly.
Minimally invasive vein treatment is safer than vein stripping surgery. Unlike surgery, vein closure does not require any major incisions or surgical cutting. For this reason, minimally invasive vein treatment involves much less procedural trauma and is safer than surgery. This was conclusively demonstrated in the EVOLVeS clinical study in 2003, which showed that individuals treated with minimally invasive thermal vein closure had significantly lower complication rates and faster recovery time than individuals treated with vein stripping.
Minimally invasive vein treatment is the standard of care for venous insufficiency, and has clear advantages over more conservative and more surgical approaches.
A Vein Specialist at Interventional and Vascular Care can help you evaluate your options and decide if minimally invasive vein treatment is right for you!
The ultrasound evaluation allows us to determine a treatment plan that will best address your venous insufficiency. The ultrasound exam can take up to 60 minutes depending on the extent and complexity of your vein disease. Following the ultrasound exam, our Vein Specialists will share their findings and discuss your treatment options with you, after which you’ll be scheduled to return for your procedure.
The Vein Closure Procedure
We’ll ask you back for follow-up evaluations 4 weeks after your procedure to check on the status of your veins and provide additional treatment if necessary.
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 Lohr, J., & Kulwicki, A. (2010). Radiofrequency Ablation: Evolution of a Treatment. Seminars in Vascular Surgery, 23(2), 90–100.
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