The Vein and Laser Center
Living with venous issues like spider veins, varicose veins and other vascular diseases can be painful and embarrassing. The Vein & Laser Center by Doylestown Hospital offers comprehensive management of venous disease and varicose veins treatment to meet the unique needs of both men and women.
Service highlights include:
- Board-certified interventional radiologists who are vascular specialists with specific training in the management of vascular disease
- Education on risk factors, causes and symptoms of varicose veins
- Diagnosis and treatment in a convenient outpatient setting
- Minimally invasive therapies for faster recovery — no anesthesia or hospital admission required
- Full range of treatment options available including EVLT®, sclerotherapy, ambulatory phlebectomy and CoolGlide® surface laser treatment
Venous Disease and Varicose Veins
When normal vein walls become weak, they allow blood that should be moving toward the heart to flow backward, causing them to become twisted, enlarged and painful varicose veins. But, you don’t have to live with this painful and embarrassing vascular disease. Varicose veins treatments are providing relief to many patients suffering with this condition.
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Vein & Laser Center Services
At The Vein and Laser Center, our team helps to diagnose and treat patients at an early stage to avoid the pain and discomfort that can occur with vein disorders or vascular disease. We offer advanced treatment to relieve pain and reduce the appearance of bulging veins.
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See the Results
Our patients are seeing a remarkable improvement in the appearance of their veins. View results of varicose veins treatment at The Vein and Laser Center of Doylestown Hospital.
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Meet Our Team
The Vein & Laser Center is staffed by board-certified interventional radiologists who are vascular specialists with specific training in the management of vascular disease.
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