Living with varicose veins? It’s more common than you think. About 40 million people in the United States–that’s about 25% of all women and 15% of all men–are affected, yet only one million seek treatment each year. Radiology of Indiana is here to help you, with a full range of treatment options performed by leading, expert practitioners.
The very first step you need to take is to schedule a consultation. Our experts will help you understand your options and together, we’ll figure out the best way to get you back to your normal, daily activities as quickly as possible. We’ll start by using ultrasound technology to make a diagnosis.
If you’re experiencing Symptomatic Varicose Veins, then your treatments will be covered by all insurance companies.
If you’re seeking to reduce the appearance of spider veins, we offer expert treatment options with highly competitive rates, as these procedures are often not covered by typical insurance plans.
“It’s a common misconception that treatment for varicose veins is purely cosmetic. It’s not! There are a lot of physical symptoms that affect someone living with this condition that go way beyond how the veins look. We see patients dealing with a variety of swelling, aching and throbbing pain, itching, burning and even difficulty walking. If you’re experiencing these kinds of symptoms, please come in for a consultation.
“We are delighted to offer our patients top treatment from recognized ‘top doctors’.”
“The root of the problem is abnormal valves in some of the veins that don’t stop backflow like they should. It affects how they look and how they perform their normal function, causing these kinds of symptoms. A qualified expert like the team here at Radiology of Indiana can help you identify the problem and fix it.
“We like to use our laser therapy option–we call it ‘Endovenous Laser Ablation’– because it’s an outpatient procedure with a high success rate. You and your doctor will determine if it’s right for you, and if it is, you’ll walk out of our office the same day as your procedure. It takes an hour or less, it doesn’t require general anesthesia and the technical success rate is 97 to 98%. For many of our patients, it’s a great option.”
There are different ways to treat varicose and spider veins, and the way we determine the best course of action is through a consultation with an expert. We’ll figure out how to move forward with a treatment that will give you the best possible outcome, considering your recovery times, comfort and even what caused the varicose veins to develop. Then, we’ll schedule your procedure.
Common Varicose Vein Treatments:Compression stockingsSurgical stripping of the types of veins causing the problems (called “saphenous veins”)An injection technique called “Sclerotherapy”Removal of the veins through a procedure called “Ambulatory Phlebectomy”Laser therapy
Common Varicose Vein Treatments:
If you have spider veins or varicose veins and you’re seeking relief–while reducing their appearance, you can come to us directly for a consultation, no referral needed.
What is the difference between Varicose Veins and Spider Veins?
Varicose veins are enlarged, swollen veins that bulge out of the skin. Spider veins, which are tiny dilated capillaries that do not protrude. We treat both of these conditions at Radiology of Indiana.
What are the symptoms of Varicose Veins?
Typical symptoms of varicose veins include:
Will my insurance cover it?
If you’re diagnosed with Symptomatic Varicose Veins, we will be able to offer you treatment options, all of which are covered by all insurance companies. Our leading practitioners will be able to help you discover your diagnosis.
If you are seeking treatment to reduce the appearance of spider veins, typical insurance plans will not cover your treatment. However, you will find that our highly-competitive rates can keep your out-of-pocket expenses low, with a typical 90% improvement rate from just three to five treatment sessions.