The Tampa Cardio Vein Clinic Heals Troubled Legs

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 13, 2022

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Varicose veins are not a cosmetic only issue. Visible purple varicose or spider veins are a sign and symptom that something isn’t right in the body. That “something” is most likely venous insufficiency – otherwise known as vein disease. At the Tampa Cardiovascular Associates Vein Clinic, we can help heal your legs so that you can get on with life.

At Tampa Cardiovascular Associates, we offer various state-of-the-art methods to remove and heal damaged veins. We can also help you prevent further damage through lifestyle modification and education. We are experts when it comes to treating and managing these conditions.

After assessing your condition, the doctor will then recommend the best course of treatment.

Sclerotherapy: One of the most common methods of treating vein conditions is through a minimally invasive procedure known as sclerotherapy. This method involves injecting a saline solution into the vein. It then helps the blood flow back to the healthy veins. The recovery time is short, and most patients are able to resume their regular activities on the same day.

Thermal Ablation: Thermal ablation involves using high-frequency radio waves. This method works by heating the varicose vein. Although some patients experience bruising during the procedure, they are usually able to return to their regular activities on the same day.

MOCATM & ClariVein: A two-step procedure that involves the use of a combination of the MOCATM and the ClariVein catheter is very painless. During this process, a rotating catheter is placed into the vein and agitated the lining. A saline solution is then injected into the vein to help break the blood flow back into the healthy veins.

Phlebectomy: A phlebectomy is a surgical procedure that involves making a small incision in the leg to remove the diseased portion of the vein. This method is usually performed for large varicose veins that cannot be easily treated with other methods.

We are continually educating ourselves on the latest and greatest ways to treat varicose veins. We evaluate each and every patient on their individual condition and then recommend which method of treatment will work the best for them. If you would like a free evaluation, please give us a call today at 813-975-2800 or fill out a form online at We look forward to hearing from you!


Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: 13/09/2022

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