What is Varicose Vein?
Varicose Veins or Chronic Venous Insufficiency is a medical condition where the veins fail to efficiently pump blood back to the heart from other areas of the body. Varicose Veins are enlarged, bulging veins near the surface of the skin on your legs.
In addition to causing unsightly and sometimes painful Varicose Veins Venous Reflux Disease, if left untreated, can progress to more serious circulatory and skin problems in the legs. Contact us to make an appointment and find the best treatment for your varicose veins.
Symptoms of Varicose Veins Include:
- Superficial discoloration of the skin
- Leg pain, aching, cramping, or throbbing
- Heaviness or fatigue of the legs
- Persistent swelling of the legs and /or ankles
- Leg Ulcers and /or Bleeding
Reclaim your smooth youthful legs with our advanced, minimally-invasive treatments.
All procedures have the same goal:
-Removal of closure of the Varicose Vein and the re-routing of blood to healthy veins.
-Previously the most common varicose veins treatment was a painful surgery called “Vein Stripping”, which entailed removal of problematic vein entirely, and was prone to nerve damage, skin damage, or heat damage.
-Modern technology and medical advancements have led to this new state of the art technique called MOCA (Mechanical Ablation, Chemically Assisted)
-Moca uses the ClariVein®OC catheter to treat the underlying cause of incompetent veins in patients with Varicose Veins
The New Way to Quick and Pain-Less Treatment of Varicose Veins
ClariVeins ® has many advantages compared to older techniques including:
- Little to no Pain
- No requirement for multiple needle sticks
- No risk of skin nerve damage or numbness from heat damage
- Zero or negligible bruising
- No increased internal leg pressure Rapid return to normal activities
How ClariVein Works
The ClariVein®IC device is a thin catheter (tube) that is inserted into the peripheral vasculature through a pin-sized entrance point.
Once located inside the vein, the doctor activates the special rotating wire tip to deliver the medication in a 360-degree pattern of distribution onto the walls of the vein. When the catheter is withdrawn, the result is the closure of the varicose veins without pain, bruising, or skin and nerve damage.