A New Way to Treat Varicose Veins
Heaviness. Aching. Itching. Living with varicose veins can be difficult, both physically and emotionally. But treatment doesn’t have to be.
Get Back to Living with Varithena
When it comes to treating varicose veins and getting back to the activities you love, there’s a new, nearly painless way. Varithena is a gentle microfoam treatment delivered in as few as 1-2 needle sticks. Patients reporting pain at the injection or application site in clinical trials was 4.0%.1 For most people, Varithena improves both physical symptoms related to varicose veins, and their appearance.
Putting your needs front and center, the fast, minimally invasive treatment allows you to do something about your varicose veins your way—with little to no downtime. Please note that you should not be treated with Varithena if you’re allergic to polidocanol or have clots in your blood vessels.
Understand Common Vein Problems
It can be hard to know where to start when considering treatment for your vein problems. It may help to learn more about varicose veins and venous leg ulcers, and about minimally invasive options that might be available to you.
Treatment & Results
Thousands of people who want to feel and look their best choose Varithena. It’s covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, and the quick treatment means that most people can get right back to their days. Learn what happens during and after the procedure and see before-and-after photos.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is treatment like? How many treatments might I need? What are the side effects? Find answers to common questions about what it’s like to be treated with Varithena.
Where to Get Varithena Treatment
Get in touch with a physician who knows about the latest treatment methods, including Varithena. They can talk to you about what’s right for you.
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