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Treating Varicose and Spider Veins

Without Surgery

Treating Varicose and Spider Veins

According to Vascular Cures.org, as many as 25 million Americans suffer from varicose and spider veins, but new technology is changing how these problems are treated and improving the lives of millions of Americans.

Instead of painful, surgical stripping procedures, medical facilities are using two increasingly popular non-surgical approaches: radio waves to treat varicose veins and special injections for spider veins.

Varicose veins look like twisted, bulging cords in the legs and feet. They are often painful, unsightly and can cause serious health issues. Spider veins are smaller and closer to the skin surface. Frequently branching out like a tree or spider web, spider veins are commonly found on the legs and face.

Game Changer

How Lasers Have Revolutionized Varicose Vein Treatment

Game Changer

Varicose veins are a daily struggle for millions of people. They can cause pain, throbbing, aching, tingling, itchiness, cramping, heaviness, throbbing and swelling in the legs. Despite having a big impact on many people’s daily quality of life, a lot of misconceptions still surround what causes them and how they are treated.

Varicose veins are caused by valves in your veins that don’t properly open and close allowing blood to pool in the legs instead of flowing back to the heart. In the past, the only way to treat this was with an in-patient surgical procedure known as vein stripping. New technological breakthroughs have changed treatment into a minimally invasive outpatient procedure done in a doctor’s office. Northern Arizona Radiology offers the most state-of-the-art vein treatment in the region using a VenaCure laser.

Throughout Arizona

The Northern Arizona Radiology offices are conveniently located on the first floor of the Physicians and Surgeons Building, just north of the hospital on the SE corner of Forest Ave and Beaver St. Free on-site parking is available. Please be aware that there are three (3) NAR offices. Check-in at the suite appropriate for the exam you are having performed. See below.

Suite 101, to the right as you enter the building: Mammography, Women’s Ultrasound, & Breast Biopsies

Suite 105, down the hall on the right as you enter the building: MRI

Suite 102, just to the left as you enter the building: X-Ray, General Ultrasound, CT, PET/CT, Bone Densitometry, Nuclear Medicine & Interventional procedures

Office Hours

Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturdays & Sundays by Scheduled Appointment.