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Vein Ablation and Why I Might Need it.

Vein problems can be a significant concern but getting them addressed doesn't have to be.

Fixing those pesky vein problems is not something you have to be concerned about anymore, thanks to technological advancements.

Vein ablation is one of the most popular vein treatments we do at PACE. Small and medium vein problems in the legs, such as spider and varicose veins, are treated with this therapy.

Sclerotherapy is a procedure in which your doctor injects a substance into a damaged vein to seal it shut. We also offer VenaSeal.  Endovenous adhesive ablation is another term for this type of varicose vein therapy. VenaSeal is a procedure in which your doctor uses a tiny catheter to inject medical glue into a damaged vein and seal it shut. This aids in the rerouting of blood to healthy veins.

All of PACE's vein ablation treatments may be completed in our vein clinics without the need for hospitalization. This is not only convenient, but it also means that they are all outpatient operations, and you will be able to return home soon after your treatment is over. A leg vein ablation technique usually takes less than an hour as an outpatient surgery.

Leg pain can be serious and delaying treatment could have adverse effects on your health. 

We are just a call or click away. To learn more, book an appointment online or over the phone with PeachState Advanced Cardiac & Endovascular. We have several locations in Georgia: Newnan, Atlanta, & Griffin.

Author
Kelly Miles Current Director of Business Development & Operations at PeachState Advanced Cardiac & Endovascular- PACE. Kelly has a passion for helping others navigate the healthcare industry and ensuring quality outcomes. She lives in Newnan, GA with her husband and children.

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