Comprehensive Vein Care
Vein conditions vary from mild and needing no treatment to painful and requiring a medical procedure. Because our mission is to improve the quality of life of our patients, we offer free vein condition evaluations by board-certified physicians for these type of conditions:
- Spider veins
- Varicose veins
- Leg cramps
- Restless leg syndrome
- Leg swelling
Depending on the result of the evaluation, you may want a follow-up consultation to receive a treatment plan. When you choose Brookwood Baptist Health for vein services, you can expect a technologically-advanced vein treatment with a focus on compassionate care. Many treatments are minimally invasive and each is suited to the patient for the quickest and safest recovery time.
What is a consultation?
When you get a vein consultation, you work one-on-one with a physician knowledgeable in vein disease and vein care. Our detailed venous ultrasound examination is non-invasive and can provide many helpful details in treating your vein condition. It takes about 90 to 120 minutes to complete your consultation, but it can save you a lifetime of pain.
What to expect
Our ultrasound examination is very detailed, so you can expect your consultation to be detailed as well. The more we know about your varicose veins, the better we can help you. Our doctors can then best determine how to treat your veins through a number of minimally invasive procedures.
How to prepare
Before your visit, make sure to review your medical history. Your physician will ask questions related to your history and past physical exams. You can also prep yourself by learning more about the causes and treatments of varicose veins, so you and your doctor can find resolutions that are best suited to you.
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