Varicose Vein Treatment Options:
A Brief Guide


Vein disease is extremely common. About 25 million Americans suffer from vein disease. Numerous possible methods exist to treat varicose veins.

The two broad categories are Surgical and Non-surgical approaches.

  1. Surgical approach: Phlebectomy
  2. Non-Surgical approach: Sclerotherapy Injections

To best determine the most appropriate treatment option for you, contact Rosen Vein Care today to schedule your consultation.

Dr. David Ian Rosen, MD

All the care you receive at Rosen Vein Care is provided by Dr Rosen himself.

Before & After


Patient 1

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Before

After

41 year old woman who presented with a 10 year history of lower extremity discomfort described as “heaviness”, “tiredness” and progressively worsening varicose veins. She ultimately was approved by her insurance carrier for Endovenous Laser Ablation of the Right Great Saphenous vein as well as sclerotherapy injections to treat the residual varicose veins.

Patient 2

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Before

After

51 year old woman with symptomatic varicose and spider veins for many years. She ultimately had an Endovenous Laser Ablation of the Right Great Saphenous vein and multiple sessions of sclerotherapy.