Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy

Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy involves using an ultrasound machine to guide a thin needle into a vein.  A medicine called polidocanol is then injected into the vein, causing the vein to close down.  Usually the polidocanol is injected as foam.  The injection is painless.

Walking is encouraged immediately after the procedure, and routine daily activities can be resumed immediately.  Strenuous activities can be resumed in 3-7 days. A compression stocking is worn for 2 -7 days, depending on the size of the vein treated.

Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy treats the following conditions

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Spider Veins

Ultrasound along with Asclera have revolutionized vein treatment, it provides the physician a look at the anatomy that is causing the smaller surface veins to break and hurt.
Many vein practices fail to treat the distal disease. 9 out of 10 patients have distal reflux even after endovenous ablation. Ultrasound Guided sclerotherapy is the best treatment of this distal disease and is minimally invasive with no down time.

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