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Venous insufficiency is 2x's more common than heart disease

Venous insufficiency is characterized as the failure of the veins to circulate blood throughout the body (especially lower extremities). This condition is 2 times more prevalent than coronary heart disease, and 5 times more prevalent than peripheral arterial disease.

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

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Venous insufficiency is characterized as the failure of the veins to circulate blood throughout the body (especially lower extremities). This condition is 2 times more prevalent than coronary heart disease, and 5 times more prevalent than peripheral arterial disease.

Varicose / Bulging Veins
Heavy / Swollen Legs
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Skin Discoloration
Leg Ulcers / Open Wounds
Spider Veins
Blood Clots

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Dr. Ryan Jones D.O. FACS

Dr. Jones is a Board Certified surgeon of the American College of Surgeons and is a Veteran in the United States Air Force. He developed a phlebology practice at Luke Air Force Base and has now brought his practice to the civilian world. He is a Fellow of the American Board of Surgery. 

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Varicose Veins?

Oxygen-rich blood travels from your heart to your entire body through blood vessels called arteries.

Varicose Vein Deformed Valve

Once your body has received and used up the oxygenated blood, the unoxygenated blood then travels back to the heart through blood vessels called veins, to receive oxygen once again before moving back throughout your body.

Veins work against gravity to push blood back up to the heard. To help combat gravity, veins have one-way valves that prevent blood from flowing backward and pooling in your limbs.

In individuals suffering from varicose veins, these valves no longer work properly, allowing some of that blood flow to work in reverse. As a result, the veins are flooded with unoxygenated blood that may pool in your legs or feet.

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Spider veins are tiny and thin blood vessels, which have a blue/purple color. They are found near the surface of your skin, and they are quite visible to the naked eye.

What Do They Look Like?

How To Treat Spider Veins

Spider veins have a shape that looks like spider webs, and that is where they get their name. Here are the signs and symptoms that you have the problem:

  • Small thin veins that are close to the surface of the skin
  • Blue or purple in color
  • Web-like appearance closely resembling a “spider web”
  • You may have a few or many spider veins over your body

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What Is Sclerotherapy?

Sclerotherapy is the process of injecting a sclerosant solution (usually saline or foam) into the affected veins.

Sclerotherapy Foam treatment

The solution then irritates the internal lining of the vein wall called the endothelium. This irritation causes a small clot to occur in the diseased blood vessel, which then stops the blood flow through the vein. The treated vein eventually disintegrates, and the body diverts blood flow to healthier veins throughout the body.

The typical duration of treatment is 30 minutes with minimal downtime.


Getting sclerotherapy can remove diseased veins, so the blood finds a better path to travel to the heart. Sclerotherapy in Arizona is effectively desirable for both cosmetic and medical reasons.

  • Improved cosmetic appearance
  • Limited discomfort
  • Almost no downtime
  • Improved blood flow
  • Relief from chronic swelling
  • Reduced pain

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VenaSeal® is a non-invasive procedure used to treat varicose veins. It is the only non-thermal and non-tumescent procedure approved by the FDA. The system uses medical- grade adhesives to close superficial varicose veins.

Since the procedure is non-thermal, it doesn’t produce any heat. It also doesn’t need any chemicals, sclerosants or cutting to treat the affected veins. VenaSeal® makes the procedure incredibly safe and almost entirely pain-free.

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ClosureFast® is a medical procedure that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to treat chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and varicose veins. This particular Closure treatment is a minimally invasive procedure that doctors use for precise, targeted treatment.

When your veins or the valves in your veins can’t work correctly as they should, the treatment that makes the most sense is re-routing the blood flow. The ClosureFast® procedure involves using radiofrequency to collapse affected veins and redirect blood flow.

The procedure begins when a vascular surgeon or vein specialist inserts the ClosureFast catheter into the affected vein. Usually, the catheter is inserted through a tiny incision made right below the knee for easy access.

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Like conventional ultrasound imaging, vein ultrasound is a safe and painless procedure that uses sound waves to create images. It is a standard diagnostic procedure used all around the world to view internal organs like veins.

In vein ultrasounds, doctors use a transducer or probe to transmit high-frequency sound waves. To help the sound waves pass through a special ultrasound gel is placed on the area that requires imaging.

Vein ultrasounds capture in real-time. This means that they show the current movement or circulation of blood in the veins. This procedure is also called vein mapping.

The procedure is completely non-invasive and painless. Furthermore, it doesn’t use ionizing radiations like x-rays, making the imaging process entirely safe for the patient.

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Radiofrequency Ablation is a minimally invasive treatment that employs the use of radiofrequency energy to treat and resolve the underlying cause of varicose veins.

The goal of radiofrequency ablation is to collapse and shrink the diseased vein, resolving the venous disorder and restore blood flow.

How Does Radiofrequency Ablation Work?

Radiofrequency Ablations is typically performed on an outpatient basis, depending on the size of the varicose veins.

A small tube (catheter) is inserted into the vein where electrodes deliver high-frequency energy to heat up the vein walls. As a result, the collagen in the vein wall contracts, causing the vein to collapse and close.

Once the diseased vein is closed, blood flow will naturally redirect to nearby healthy veins. The surrounding tissues absorb the closed vein.

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What Is Microphlebectomy?

Not too long ago, invasive procedures and surgical removal of varicose veins were the only treatment options people had. However, further research and technological development have pushed treatment for vein disorders beyond that.

Nowadays, minimally-invasive procedures such as microphlebectomy are commonly used. They are just as, if not more, effective in getting rid of the pesky veins.

Also known as ambulatory phlebectomy, vein microphlebectomy is a procedure used to remove medium-sized varicose veins from your legs.

The affected veins are removed in small sections by making tiny incisions in the skin. Usually, these incisions or nicks are 1-3 mm in length. They allow just enough room to remove varicose veins without requiring any sutures to close them up.

While vein microphlebectomy can be used to remove smaller veins, it is not typically used to treat spider veins.

Usually, vein microphlebectomy is supplemented with other vein treatments. Procedures like sclerotherapy and Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT) are the most common ones. These help target smaller veins, producing optimal cosmetic results.

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Lymphedema Management

Have you been experiencing strange swelling in different parts of your body? Perhaps it’s in your legs or your arms? If it occurs persistently, it could indicate a severe medical condition, such as lymphedema.

Lymphatic obstruction or lymphedema is a long-term condition where excessive fluid build-up in tissues causes swelling in the body. If you have been suffering from chronic or prolonged swelling, you may be suffering from this condition.

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A venous disorder causes the majority of ulcers on legs. The open wounds appear when the veins in the lower leg are subjected to increased pressure.

These veins have one-way valves that keep the blood flowing up toward the heart, preventing it from flowing backward. When these valves or veins weaken and have trouble circulating blood, it causes venous insufficiency.

When the blood doesn’t flow back to the heart, it begins pooling in the veins, and expanding the veins until they become varicose in nature. As these veins continue to expand and weaken, the surrounding tissue and skin continue to get damaged as well.

When left untreated, this buildup of fluid prevents the supply of oxygen and nutrition to tissues. Eventually, the lack of oxygen causes the cells to die, leading to leg ulcer formation.

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