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VenaCure EVLT®

VenaCure EVLTThe VenaCure EVLT® procedure is a non-surgical treatment method that uses targeted laser energy to seal the vein shut, treating varicose veins directly at their source.

About the VenaCure EVLT® Procedure
• Treatment in less than an hour
• Can be performed in the doctor’s office
• Up to 98% success rate
• Immediate relief of symptoms
• Less pain and bruising than traditional vein stripping
• Return to normal activity immediately—with little or no pain or downtime
• No general anesthesia or hospitalization
• Minimal-to-no scarring
• Typically is covered by insurance

What to Expect with the VenaCure EVLT® Procedure
• Your doctor uses ultrasound to map out your vein
• Local anesthetic is applied
• A thin laser fiber is inserted through a tiny entry point
• Laser energy is delivered to seal the faulty vein
• Walking immediately after the procedure is encouraged; normal daily activity can be resumed, just avoid rigorous activities such as gym workouts
• There may be minor soreness and bruising two–five days after the procedure; any discomfort can be treated with over-the-counter, non-aspirin pain relievers as necessary

More than half a million people have been treated with the VenaCure EVLT® system worldwide, which has now become the standard of care in the U.S. for the treatment of varicose veins. If you have any questions about the VenaCure EVLT® procedure, please contact our practice to speak with our patient coordinator.

Source: VenaCure EVLT

Learn more about varicose vein treatments by contacting West Tennessee Vein Center at 866-995-9772,
or visit our website at  www.Cardiovascularclinicofwesttn.com for more information.

West Tennessee Vein Center
at the Cardiovascular Clinic of West TN
2968 North Highland Avenue
Jackson TN 38305
866-995-9772
Cardiovascularclinicofwesttn.com

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