How to diagnose?

Our doctors will conduct a physical examination including looking at your legs while you are standing to check the puffiness of your veins in order to diagnose you with varicose veins. Our doctor may ask you to describe any pain in your legs.

You may need to have an ultrasound test to see whether the valves in your veins are functioning normally or whether there is any evidence of embolus. In this non-surgical test, a technician passes a small device around the area being examined. This device transmits images from the legs to a monitor, allowing the technician and doctor to see them easily.



Varicose vein and capillary vessel treatment generally does not require a hospital stay or a long recovery period. Thanks to less necessarily surgical procedures, varicose veins can generally be treated with outpatient treatment.

Some varicose vein and capillary vessel disorders can be more severe. In such cases, additional treatments are available for these varicose veins.

If areas with varicose veins do not respond well to self-care or compression socks or if your situation is more severe, your doctor can suggest one of the following treatments:

Sclerotherapy: In this procedure our doctor monitors small and medium sized varicose veins and injects a solution to close them. Within a few weeks, treated varicose veins disappear. The same vein may be required to be injected more than once. Sclerotherapy can be effective if, and only if, it is done properly. It does not require anesthesia and this treatment can be done in our clinic.

Foam Sclerotherapy in Large Veins : This is a method of treatment that includes injecting a foam solution into large veins to close the varices. This is a new technique.

Laser Operations : Our doctors use a new technology which includes laser treatment in order to close small varices and capillary vessels. Laser surgery functions by creating strong explosions making the vein slowly fade away. There is no need for a cut or needle.


Procedures done with the Help of Catheter by Using Radiofrequency or Laser Energy : In this treatment, your doctor adds a thin tube (catheter) into an enlarged vein and heats the end of the catheter using radiofrequency or laser light. When the catheter is taken out, the heat eliminates the capillary vessel by collapsing and closing it. This procedure is a treatment method preferred for larger varix veins.

High Binding and Vein Baring : This procedure includes binding the vein to a deep vein before connecting and removing the vein by small cuts. For most people, this is an outpatient treatment procedure. Removing the vein will not negatively impact the circulation in the leg.

Ambulatory Phlebectomy : Our doctor uses a series of small skin punctures (immersion of an overall open needle for draining or drawing a liquid that is in any vacuity of the body). In this out-patient treatment procedure, only drilled parts of your leg are anaesthetized. Generally, there is little scarring.

Endoscopic Vein Surgery : This procedure is usually only executed when other techniques have been unsuccessful, or if there is a severe case which includes a leg ulcer. Our surgeon uses a thin video-camera put through your leg in order to visualize and close varicose veins. This procedure is also done with outpatient treatment.

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