Veins were never meant to be seen, much like all of the exposed wiring on the back of the moon. Keep up appearances with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $109 for two sclerotherapy treatments and a consultation (a $500 value)
- $139 for three sclerotherapy treatments and a consultation (a $750 value)
Dr. Mark Kneuper performs a thorough consultation to determine if sclerotherapy is appropriate for the patient. If he decides to continue, a highly trained and experienced nurse will use a thin needle to insert a specialized solution into the spider veins (which should be no more than 4 millimeters or the size of a thread). The specialized solution then irritates the lining of the vessel, causing it to break down and eventually dissolve back into the body. On average, patients require three to four sessions to see full results.
Hill Country Vein Center
After seeing the sluggish affects that venous insufficiency had on his clients, board-certified general surgeon Dr. Mark Kneuper's curiosity about vein therapy grew. This interest eventually led him into the practice of vein therapy more than two decades ago. But as the times have changed, so have Dr. Kneuper’s methods, which is why his practice, Hill Country Vein Center, now offers technologically advanced vein treatments. Invasive services, such as vein stripping or tickling the vessels until they oblige, have been replaced with a noninvasive, radio-frequency-based Venefit treatment and gentle sclerotherapy injections. But before any treatment begins, Dr. Kneuper's registered vein technicians rely on advanced ultrasound machines to painlessly pinpoint troublesome vessels.