Spider veins look like nets on legs, which can convince the appendages that they're butterflies or babies who kept crawling away. Let lower limbs be free with today's Groupon: for $120, you get one 30-minute sclerotherapy session at Virginia Vein Care (a $375 value). This Groupon is valid at the Purcellville location.
At Virginia Vein Care, board-certified thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Lawrence Markovitz and his staff target spider and varicose veins with an array of treatment options. The 30-minute sclerotherapy session commences with an initial assessment to determine the ideal vein-whispering strategy. An injected solution then causes spider and varicose veins to swell, break down, and wind up on the sides of milk cartons in up to four months. The tiny needles may cause temporary discomfort, such as a cramping sensation that lasts for one to two minutes in the case of larger veins. Multiple sessions and support hose or bandages may be needed to fully clear a region of veins. Today's Groupon also includes a 10-minute ultrasound varicose-vein screening for patients who qualify.
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Dr. Lawrence J. Markovitz, a board-certified thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon who has earned The Washingtonian magazine's Top Doctor of 2010 award, works at Virginia Vein Care with a crew of other talented medical professionals.
He works alongside a registered nurse and trained ultrasound technicians as they diagnosis varicose, spider, and other venous conditions. An advanced ultrasound examination reveals these issues before the doctors customize a treatment plan. Twisted and bulging varicose veins quickly unknot during the VNUS Closure procedure, which collapses vessels with radio frequency, and spider veins break down before the powers of traditional sclerotherapy or ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy. VeinGogh Thermolysis uses microbursts of energy to remove hair-thin veins on the face and body that have begun to distract from your beautiful eyes or ability to hold an entire bagel in your mouth.