Common Leg Vein Conditions
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Vein disease is extremely common. According to the American College of Phlebology, approximately 80 million Americans suffer with some form of vein disease. Approximately 50-55% of women and 40-45% of men in the U.S. adult population are affected. To find out more about varicose veins and spider veins please visit this link: Womenshealth.gov .
The good news is that varicose veins and spider veins are now easily treated with minimally invasive non-surgical outpatient procedures with little risk and much better cosmetic results. Typical procedures last between 30 minutes and 45 minutes, are done with just a small amount local anesthetic (novocaine) and no incisions. There is almost no down time after the procedure with most patients resuming normal activity the same day. Patients can drive themselves to and from the procedures as there is no sedation and they can return to work immediately after the procedure.
Dr. Rothstein is board certified and fellowship trained in minimally invasive imaging guided vein and artery procedures. He has been performing these procedures on varicose veins and spider veins in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for more than 17 years, making him one of the most experienced vein physicians in the region. He has performed thousands of vein procedures. In 2001 Dr. Rothstein was one of the first in the area to use the Venefit™ radiofrequency varicose vein device, formerly called the VNUS Closure™ device. This device is the mainstay of treatment today.
Common Vein Symptoms We Treat
If you want to learn more about Spider Veins or Varicose Veins, Dr. Rothstein can provide you with additional information during your complimentary consultation.
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