One or Two Sclerotherapy Treatments at C.A.I., a Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute (Up to 67% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Staff injects a solution that forms a detour around small spider veins, reducing blood flow to the area & diminishing the vein’s appearance

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 15th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice or $25 fee may apply. Must be 18 or older. Must sign waiver. Must wait 4 weeks between treatments. Consultation required, non-candidates will be refunded. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $99 for one 45-minute sclerotherapy treatment (a $299 value)
  • $189 for two 45-minute sclerotherapy treatments (a $398 value)

Each treatment is composed of a 15-minute consultation and 30 minutes of dilute-solution injections that help to close the blood tributaries that feed small spider veins, thus decreasing the blood flow to that area and making the veins appear smaller. Results vary, and patients may require multiple treatments.

C.A.I., a Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute

Himanshu H. Shukla, MD founded C.A.I., a Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute with just a few resources but a lot of questions about the heart. Why does the heart speed up? Why does it slow down? Why does it beat irregularly?

Even after receiving his doctorate, Dr. Shukla’s desire to learn more about the heart persisted. He completed electrophysiology training at the University of Oklahoma and cardiovascular medicine training at the University of Missouri-Columbia. His work was recognized when he won the American Heart Association’s Cardiology Fellows Forum of Excellence Award in 2003. But for Dr. Shukla, who lectures at podiums across the country and continually has his work published in medical journals, recognition is secondary to fostering cardiovascular health.

At C.A.I., he and his experienced team of physicians partner with patients and their family physicians to provide trusted, technologically advanced, and customizable treatments. The team treats everything from cardiac disease and heart-rhythm disorders to removing varicose veins and out-of-style toes rings.

Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute

Himanshu H. Shukla, MD founded C.A.I., a Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Institute with just a few resources but a lot of questions about the heart. Why does the heart speed up? Why does it slow down? Why does it beat irregularly?

Even after receiving his doctorate, Dr. Shukla’s desire to learn more about the heart persisted. He completed electrophysiology training at the University of Oklahoma and cardiovascular medicine training at the University of Missouri-Columbia. His work was recognized when he won the American Heart Association’s Cardiology Fellows Forum of Excellence Award in 2003. But for Dr. Shukla, who lectures at podiums across the country and continually has his work published in medical journals, recognition is secondary to fostering cardiovascular health.

At C.A.I., he and his experienced team of physicians partner with patients and their family physicians to provide trusted, technologically advanced, and customizable treatments. The team treats everything from cardiac disease and heart-rhythm disorders to removing varicose veins and out-of-style toes rings.

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