One, Two, or Three Sclerotherapy Treatments at Center for Interventional Medicine (Up to 69% Off)

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An FDA-approved medicine causes spider veins to shrink and vanish

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Expires Jan 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Spider veins are one of those things that you don't want your friends to see, like your collection of porcelain dolls that you've pasted pictures of their faces on. Erase the evidence with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $99 for one sclerotherapy treatment (a $300 value)
  • $189 for two sclerotherapy treatments (a $600 value)
  • $279 for three sclerotherapy treatments (a $900 value)

Prior to administering the treatment, a doctor conducts a medical evaluation for venous-reflux disease, which causes spider and varicose veins. Then, a sclerotherapist injects several microdoses of an FDA-approved medicine into your veins, blocking their blood supply. Gradually, the veins break down and absorb into the body. The procedure and initial consultation take up to an hour and require little to no downtime; subsequent treatments take up to 30 minutes. One treatment usually covers one quarter of a leg; the front and back of lower and upper parts of the leg are all separate treatment areas.

Center for Interventional Medicine

"Varicose veins are large veins on the legs that occur because of an underlying condition known as venous reflex disease," explained Dr. Meghal R. Antani, an interventional radiologist, during a segment on GTV's The Capital Forum. According to Dr. Antani, this condition afflicts 20%–30% of women and 10%–15% of men. Dr. Antani, along with a team of experienced medical specialists at Center for Interventional Medicine, has treated vein conditions—including venous-reflux disease—more than 10,000 times. To deliver effective results with minimal discomfort, they practices three advanced techniques: radio-frequency ablation, sclerotherapy, and phlebectomy. Whereas radio-frequency ablation seals damaged vessels with light energy, sclerotherapy blocks off blood supply with an FDA-approved medicine. During a phlebectomy, specialists makes a small incision and extracts the vein with a grasping tool or a pair of chopsticks.

Center for Interventional Medicine

"Varicose veins are large veins on the legs that occur because of an underlying condition known as venous reflux disease," explained Dr. Meghal Antani, a board-certified vascular specialist, during a segment on GTV's The Capital Forum. According to Dr. Antani, this condition afflicts 20%–30% of women and 10%–15% of men. Dr. Antani, along with a team of experienced medical specialists at Center for Interventional Medicine, has treated vein conditions—including venous reflux disease—more than 10,000 times. To deliver effective results with little discomfort and downtime, they offer three minimally invasive advanced techniques using state-of-the-art equipment: endovenous ablation, sclerotherapy, and phlebectomy. Whereas endovenous ablation closes a damaged vein by applying light energy, sclerotherapy seals small spider veins with an FDA-approved medicine. During a phlebectomy, the physician extracts the vein through a tiny hole with a grasping tool or a pair of chopsticks. The conveniently located facility is just off major highway exits, and free parking is available out front.

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All Locations

  • Burke (2319.7 miles)

    9245 Old Keene Mill Road

    Burke, Virginia 20695

  • Waldorf (2341.2 miles)

    4255 Altamont Place, Suite 101

    White Plains, Maryland 20695

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