At Elite Vein Care Center, board-certified specialist Dr. Gregory Samano II and his staff place all their concentration on the treatment of varicose and spider veins. Specializing in these fields, they offer four effective treatment options, including the Venefit targeted endovenous therapy that delivers consistent heat via catheter to reduce discomfort and bruising while collapsing and closing enlarged leg veins. They can also remove affected veins through small incisions or cause them to fade with Asclera injections, turning veins into scar tissue that gradually fades away, unlike many bands that were popular in the 1960s. The team can also perform laser vein therapy, a noninvasive procedure in which the doctor uses powerful pulses of light to dissipate spider or varicose veins.
Dr. Richard S. Bragg believes that outward appearance impacts the way people feel on the inside. That’s why he built his practice with a passion for making people feel better about their appearance mixed right into the foundation. As director of Florida Vein Care and Cosmetic Center, Dr. Bragg follows this mission by treating patients with safe, effective, and advanced cosmetic treatments.
At two locations, Dr. Bragg and his staff utilize surgical and non-surgical techniques to perform procedures like repairing stretched and torn ear piercings, and eliminating red spots from the epidermis. His staff also nourishes skin with glycolic facials and nixes wrinkles with Botox Cosmetic and Juvederm.
Dr. William Robbins and the staff at Nu Wellness Rejuvenation Center help each of their clients battle the effects of aging and weight gain with a host of beautifying treatments. Weight-loss treatments spur on the fat-burning process and rid bodies of bulges that stubbornly defy diet and exercise. Botox and Juverderm injections, on the other hand, help to smooth away wrinkles while facials and peels keep faces looking radiant. Hormone therapy rounds out the center's offerings and works to keep body chemistry properly balanced.
At Florida Vein Care Specialists, Dr. Christopher Meyer, M.D., specializes in the banishment or reduction of swelling, uncomfortable, or merely unsightly visible veins in the legs. Treatments include sclerotherapy, an injection-based treatment, laser therapy, or microphlebectomy, which is the removal of larger veins. Clients can undergo a series of laser sessions designed to make veins gradually disappear over time, or smooth out legs with a microphlebectomy treatment, which allows patients to resume daily activities within the 24 hours, roughly the same amount one should wait to swim after eating.
Housed inside Meadows Medical Solutions, Body Contours by Zach zeros in on a singular focus: helping clients achieve slimmer silhouettes. But rather than surgery or a potter's wheel, the practice's technician relies on ultrasonic cavitation to sculpt bodies. The noninvasive technology specifically targets deposits of fat, bombarding the cells with energy and causing them to release their contents of water and triglycerides. Since the contents are then whisked away for disposal by the body, the treatments can help shrink the cells and contour difficult-to-tone areas. Beyond ultrasonic cavitation, the practice also offers radio frequency therapy to help tighten the skin.
Dr. Robert Stevens at VeinCare of Brevard, LLC works closely with a team of vascular technicians and medical assistants, tracking wayward veins and shutting them down with sclerotherapy. Sclerotherapy is a less invasive alternative to surgical vein stripping, as it relies only on doses of FDA-approved, vein-closing foam and the body's own ability to absorb the defunct vessels. Spider and varicose veins not only cause aesthetic anguish, but they also can come with symptoms such as pain, itching, or the desire to spin webs in the corner.