Of Venous Disease for Men and Women
Diagnosis and treatment of lower extremity venous disease is the specialty of Collom and Carney Vascular Associates, and its two board certified surgeons. They specialize in the treatment of varicose veins and spider veins.
C&C Vascular Associates are the only ones in the area to offer in office EVLT, laser therapy for the treatment of symptomatic varicose veins. They have performed over 3,000 office based laser surgeries to date.
The results have been called “phenomenal” and life-changing”.
The majority of all venous procedures are performed in an office setting with sedation and local anesthetic.
When varicose veins are accompanied by symptoms such as swelling, leg pain , discoloration or ulcerations they are often covered by Medicare and Insurance companies.
Endovenous Laser Ablation, innovative, minimally invasive laser treatment for venous reflux — often the cause of legs aches, leg swelling, and bulging, painful varicose veins and spider veins.
Sclerotherapy is the injection of agents that help dissipate spider veins that mar otherwise beautiful legs.
Mini-Phlebectomy is the removal of larger superficial veins with little to no scarring. This procedure is performed in the office .
Most therapies are covered by your insurance and Medicare!
Call 903-614-3007 today and show off your legs again.
As highly qualified, board certified vascular and general surgeons, C&C Vascular Associates also offers other new, cutting-edge treatments for patients with advanced arterial disease.
Venous disease affects over 40 million Americans. Venous disease is not just a cosmetic problem. In fact more people miss work from venous disease than from peripheral arterial disease. Venous disease may manifest as leg pain, leg swelling, painful varicosities or lower extremity ulcers.
Due to the complexity of venous disease, there is no single therapy that is universally efficacious. At Collom and Carney Vascular Associates we offer the full gamut of treatment modalities , which includes sclerotherapy, subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery (SEPS), venous laser ablation, and miniphlebectomy. After a comprehensive evaluation, including a detailed history , physical exam and testing (venous sonography), the appropriate intervention or combination of interventions is chosen for the patients particular venous problem. This results in the most effective treatment while also minimizing complications and the recurrence of varicose veins.
With over 15 years of experience we offer the lastest technology. We have performed well over 3,000 office based venous procedures.