Vein Treatments


If you have been told that you require treatment for venous insufficiency, continue reading, because virtually no one needs surgery anymore. You may also want to take a look at our FAQs which will answer some common questions about vein disease and its treatment.

When varicose veins treatments are performed properly (i.e. find the root of the problem with an ultrasound and eliminate it at the source), you should get long-lasting results – your varicose veins and your symptoms of venous insufficiency should disappear permanently.

California Vein Treatment achieves its high success rate in varicose vein treatments by not taking shortcuts. At California Vein Treatment, you will be seen by one of our highly skilled and caring physicians who will develop a custom tailored vein treatment plan just for you. The first thing we do when making a diagnosis of venous insufficiency is map out your network of veins using a diagnostic ultrasound.

Then using a systematic approach, we start treating your disease by eliminating the source of the problem. Our physicians employ lasers, a varicose vein innovation that began rapidly rising in popularity around the world in about 2002. We use ultrasound at every visit to give us a clear picture of which vein we need to treat.

Treatment Options


Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT)

Also known as Radio Frequency Ablation, is a minimally invasive treatment for veins located beneath the skin’s surface that are not working properly due to malfunctioning valves.

sclerotherapyFoam Sclerotherapy

Foam Sclerotherapy, is a technique to treat larger or bulging varicose veins of the leg. This procedure uses foam rather than a liquid, as in Sclerotherapy.


Sclerotherapy is a safe, proven, and effective non-surgical treatment for small or medium-sized varicose veins and is the preferred treatment for spider veins.

VNUS Closure

The VNUS Closure is a relatively new procedure designed to treat varicose veins. Traditionally, patients undergo painful varicose vein stripping surgery.


Microphlebectomy also known as ambulatory phlebectomy, is a type of surgery commonly used to remove large bulging veins. Occasionally, varicose veins near the surface of the skin are too large to treat with sclerotherapy and are too small to treat with laser ablation.

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Varicose veins and leg pain are not just cosmetic problem, but can be a serious medical condition, that can lead to life-threatening complications, so don’t wait! Schedule a consultation with us today.

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