Legs can help propel people up mountains, into swimming pools, and away from rogue marching bands. Reward your limbs for their thankless toil with today's Groupon: for $199, you get one spider-vein treatment and consultation at CPW Vein & Aesthetic Center (a $575 value), located on the Upper West Side. This Groupon is valid for new patients only.
During your appendage upgrade at CPW Vein & Aesthetic Center, sclerotherapist Jessica Plotnick, PA-C, MMSc will treat and remove unwanted spider and varicose veins after a preliminary consultation and limb inspection. Small injections of solution will be inserted to help collapse the vein, rendering it invisible to the naked eye and highway-trooper radar devices. Though some patients may experience an occasional slight burning sensation during the injections, the treatment is safe and virtually painless for all skin colors and a hydrocortisone cream is applied immediately after to help reduce any pain or swelling. Legs will be swaddled in bandages to compress the veins, aiding in their disappearance. Check here for further information on post-treatment care and how the treatment won't affect your rigorous log-throwing exercise routine.
Sclerotherapy has been used to treat spider veins since the 1930s, before either spiders or veins had been invented. Review before-and-after images from CPW Vein & Aesthetic Center patients, and call to schedule your appointment for a time-reversing tending-to of your legs.
CPW Vein & Aesthetic Center
Owner and director Jessica Plotnick is a Physician Assistant whose career has taken her into emergency rooms, onto the pages of The New York Times, and into the hearts of grateful patients. Her treatments are non-invasive, and her advice is routinely sought by journalists from online and print publications. At CPW Vein & Aesthetic Center, Jessica uses her more than 14 years of experience treating veins to specialize in sclerotherapy, facial peels, injectables, and laser hair removal. She also trains physicians on performing sclerotherapy, and major vascular centers often refer patients to her for treatment. Throughout each procedure, she prides herself on her ability to take her time and remain gentle with patients, which is why it wouldn't be surprising if the Lourvre asked her to perform facial procedures on Mona Lisa.
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