The skilled surgeons at University Surgical Vascular routinely treat a wide variety of vein disorders ranging from spider veins and restless legs to deep vein thrombosis and varicose veins.
The medical communities understanding of vein disease has changed in the past two decades. Treatment options traditionally consisted of vein stripping or support hose for venous insufficiency and included long term bed rest for patients with DVT. The modern treatment of vein disease included endovenous ablation in the outpatient setting, micro-phlebectomy and ultrasound guided sclerotherapy using modern detergents such as Asclera. Current recommendations for the management of DVT include the wearing of support hose and ambulation instead of rest. Modern treatments include stenting of the larger veins in the abdomen and even the blood thinners have advanced to the point where routine testing is not needed in many cases.