Visible Arm Veins And Hand Veins

Visible Arm Veins And Hand Veins

For many, visible veins in the arms and hands are undesirable and do not look good. It is understandable when patients seek treatment to remove bulging veins in these parts of the body. There are effective treatments for this condition. However, in most cases, it is...
Can A Dermatologist Treat Veins

Can A Dermatologist Treat Veins

There are different medical specialists that treat veins. The most qualified tend to be vascular surgeons because they specialize in the entire circulatory system of veins and arteries. There are also phlebologists who focus only on the venous system. However,...
Understand Your Insurance!

Understand Your Insurance!

There are two facts about insurance some patients are surprised to learn. 1. Your doctor does not determine what you pay. It is your insurance company that sets the prices you pay. Your insurance company tells your doctor what to bill by way of a legally binding...
What Is ClariVein and Do We Use It?

What Is ClariVein and Do We Use It?

There are many ways to treat varicose veins. One option is mechanochemical ablation (MOCA), more commonly known as ‘ClariVein’. Other established methods are endovenous laser ablation (EVLA), radiofrequency ablation (RFA), and cyanoacrylate glue or...
Do Spider Veins Recur and Come Back

Do Spider Veins Recur and Come Back

“After I get my spider veins treated, how often will I have to return and will the veins inevitably come back?” This is a popular question for patients who get sclerotherapy to treat their spider veins. Like treatment questions for many medical conditions,...
CPT and ICD 10 Codes for Vein Treatments

CPT and ICD 10 Codes for Vein Treatments

Doctors bill for their services using a coding system called Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and International Classification of Diseases (ICD 10). Everything in the medical industry is represented by one of these codes. Procedures, exams, diagnostic studies,...