The Next Generation Vein Treatment is Here
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MAY 6, 2016
The Next Generation Vein Treatment is Here and Offered at Truffles Vein Specialists
VenaSeal™ Closure System, The Least Invasive Procedure to Treat Vein Disease
Fayetteville, GA, May 6, 2016 – Truffles Vein Specialists, a comprehensive vein treatment center located in the suburbs of Atlanta will now offer patients the latest breakthrough in varicose vein treatment. Dr. Feldman is the second provider in the greater Atlanta area to provide this advanced vein treatment option. VenaSeal, which is recently FDA-approved. VenaSeal is a product of Medtronic, the global leader in medical technology, and has had great success in Europe and Canada. Proven extremely safe and effective, VenaSeal is the only procedure option for treating vein disease that is non-tumescent, non-thermal, and non-sclerosant. This translates to less potential complications, little-to-no pain and extremely fast recovery. VenaSeal’s website summarizes the advantages of using VenaSeal including minimal-to-no bruising, no multiple needle sticks (since there is no tumescent anesthesia), and no need to wear compression stockings post-procedure.
Vein disease is a medical condition in which valves in the superficial veins stretch out and become damaged. Once damaged, they are unable to control the back flow of blood in the legs. Consequently, blood begins refluxing and causing symptoms such as leg pain, heaviness, cramps, swelling, varicose veins, skin changes and even ulcers.
The VenaSeal Closure System works by delivering a specially formulated medical glue or adhesive agent that closes down the diseased veins. The blood then re-routes to healthy veins and symptoms improve. “VenaSeal is another great treatment option for our patients, and we are pleased to be the first to offer it to residents of Fayette, Coweta, Fulton, Henry and surrounding counties. As the leader in Atlanta, we continue to give patients early access to the best solutions in vein care. We are committed to providing the least invasive approach to vein disease along with the highest quality of care. We strive to provide a complete vein solution to our patients that assist in making them feel and look better. This is something we promise and deliver to our patients every day,” says Dr. Paul Feldman, Founder and Medical Director of Truffles Vein Specialists.
VenaSeal is now an additional treatment option at Truffles Vein Specialists. Other vein treatments offered at Truffles include radiofrequency ablation, phlebectomy, sclerotherapy, laser and ultrasound guided sclerotherapy. All patients are given a tailored treatment plan based on their diagnosis. Many vein treatments are also covered by Medicare and insurance although VenaSeal is currently a cash pay treatment. Truffles Vein Specialists is a leading vein center led by a plastic surgeon and award winning vascular and vein imaging sonographers specializing in outpatient vein treatments. Truffles Vein Specialists is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, least painful approach to the diagnosis and treatment of vein disorders using the most advanced, minimally invasive procedures available. Dr. Paul Feldman and Brian Sapp, RVT, RPhS of Truffles Vein Specialists is committed to championing awareness and relief from vein disease. Truffles Vein Specialists is located in Fayetteville, Georgia. For more information about vein disease and Truffles Vein Specialists, please visit www.trufflesveinspecialists.com or call 678.833.1444
Truffles Vein Specialists “Feel and Look Your Best!”
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Brian Sapp at 678.833.1444 or email Kristina Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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