In the Phlebology Unit from the Villa Teresa Clinic, we treat Venous Insufficiency in all its stages and varicose veins of any size, starting with ultrasound reviews to diagnose the disease and its degree. Likewise, we determine the places where the insufficiency lies to make the treatment with a more precise ultrasound mapping.
In mild cases, we recommend preventive measures to slow down the disease and make it more bearable. However, varicose veins are the main complication of Venous Insufficiency, but we treat from the smallest to the largest and most twisted. In addition, all the treatments we offer are without surgery, outpatient or sick leave. They do not hurt almost anything and neither do they require anesthesia because we use liquid or foam sclerotherapy, depending on the size and complexity of the varicose vein. Even if there are not too many large veins, we use ultrasound-guided foam sclerosis.
Our procedures are: liquid sclerotherapy or with foam for spider veins and nutritional veins, foam sclerotherapy for both reticular varicose veins and prominent varicose veins, and ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy for insufficient trunk veins that need to be viewed by ultrasound scanner to inject the foam. For all this, we use very fine needles that hardly cause discomfort. Thus, the vein gradually clears and the process takes no more than twelve weeks, with a minimum of four.
The foam injected into the varicose vein displaces the blood and closes the vein for the body to dissolve. This varies in each person and depends on age, genetic load, the complexity of varicose veins, playing sports, etc. However, four to six treatment sessions are required.
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