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What You'll Get
Varicose and spider veins are a source of pain, irritation, and self-consciousness for those they afflict, much like parrots that incessantly repeat your darkest secrets. Let annoyances take flight with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a full consultation (a $125 value) and a 30-minute varicose- or spider-vein sclerotherapy treatment (a $250 value) at North Bridge Vein Care in Arlington (a $375 total value).
North Bridge Vein Care's trio of board-certified physicians remodels legs with varicose- and spider-vein sclerotherapy treatments. Sclerotherapy shrinks visible veins through a process in which veins are injected with a solution called a sclerosing agent. The solution irritates the vein's inner lining, resulting in a closure of the vessel. Afterward, patients are advised to wear compression bandages or support stockings to encourage the closure of the veins. While some people have seen results instantaneously, others may need weeks or even months for the full results to reveal themselves.
Although most patients require only the included consultation and 30-minute session, North Bridge is also extending a 25% discount on second treatments if needed.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 8, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required; office open only on Fridays or by appointment. Valid only with complementary qualifying consultation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About North Bridge Vein Care
Before joining forces to fight spider and varicose veins, the board-certified radiologists at North Bridge Vein Care all honed their skills at Harvard teaching hospitals. This training, along with other professional endeavors, familiarized them with medical intricacies such as interpreting ultrasound images, determining if blood is flowing through the body in a healthy manner, and assessing whether vessels are robust. Now, they use this know-how to treat compromised veins—which are often unsightly and painful—with methods such as sclerotherapy, endovenous laser treatments, and ambulatory phlebectomy.