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Choose From Three Options
- $75 for a varicose-vein diagnostic exam (an $815 value), during which a nurse conducts a consultation and a board-certified ultrasound technologist and a radiologist search for faulty venous valves and venous disease and determine treatment options. Lincoln Radiology recommends, but does not require, a diagnostic ultrasound before sclerotherapy treatment.
- $99 for a sclerotherapy spider-vein treatment (a $280 value), which injects veins with an FDA-approved solution to cause them to collapse and disappear
- $160 for both of the above treatments (a $1,095 value)
Lincoln Radiology Varicose Vein Clinic
For more than 35 years, the clinic’s team of doctors have brandished the most modern medical technology available to peer into bodies and see problems firsthand. Experienced staffers operate vein client systems and ultrasound machines, the last of which paints a detailed picture of bodily tissues and organs by creating a high-powered sound wave that’s also useful for trapping robotic mosquitoes. After taking these images, a staff radiologist analyzes the scanner’s findings to outline the best treatment plan for patients, which may include a session with the laser-based VenaCure system or injections with a sclerosant solution.
84% of 108 customers recommend
“Everyone I was in contact with was very personable and put me at ease. Procedures were explained thoroughly and my questions were answered patiently. Lincoln...”
“Everyone I was in contact with was very personable and put me at ease. Procedures were explained thoroughly and my questions were answered patiently. Lincoln Radiology Varicose Vein Clinic never rushed me to make decisions and worked with me to accommodate my schedule. I feel confident enough to continue my relationship with them. ”
“Easy to get an appointment. Fast, professional, and hopefully effective.”
“pleased with effort. Results not known at this time.”