Venaseal from Varicose Vein Treatments Center

Manhattan, New York, US

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United States

New York


983 Park Avenue, Ste 1D12


Mon: 08:00 AM - 7:00 PM Tue: 08:00 AM - 7:00 PM Wed: 08:00 AM - 7:00 PM Thu: 08:00 AM - 7:00 PM Fri: 08:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sat: Closed Sun: Closed


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Dr. Susan Bard is a trained VenaSeal expert in Manhattan. She relies on the procedure to help you achieve a pain-free quality of life. When other options are not optimal or when Dr. Bard believes this is the best treatment option for your troubling varicose veins, VenaSeal can prove to be an effective and long-lasting treatment.

Many treatment options exist for relieving the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency, otherwise known as venous reflux. One method, known as VenaSeal, uses a medical-grade glue to seal the vein, closing it off so blood does not flow in the wrong direction.

VenaSeal works best for large, deep veins in your legs. These veins, such as the great saphenous vein, lie deep in your leg. When damaged, they cause the noticeable varicose veins seen beneath your skin. NYC varicose veins removal specialists use VenaSeal to treat it. VenaSeal also can be used on smaller veins and those closer to the surface of your skin.


Whether due to injury, chronic pressure or age, the valves in your leg veins can become compromised and allow the blood that flows to your heart to leak backward. When this happens, it causes a myriad of symptoms that include:

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  • Pain
  • Throbbing throughout your legs
  • A heavy feeling
  • Dull, persistent aching in your legs
  • Pain that strengthens when you stand for a long period of time
  • Swelling in your legs or ankles
  • Pain that recedes when your legs are elevated
  • A feeling of tightness in your calves
  • Weak legs
  • Skin that changes color, especially around your ankles
  • A thickening or hardening of the skin on your legs and ankles
  • Irritated, itchy, dry or cracked skin if you scratch
  • Varicose veins on the surface of your legs
  • Red, swollen, crusted or weepy skin, a condition called venous stasis dermatitis
  • Skin ulceration or breakdown

Along with a physical exam and discussion of your medical history, your vein specialists may request an ultrasound. This painless procedure determines the location of the compromised veins and the extent of the damage.

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Varicose Vein Treatments Center

983 Park Avenue, Ste 1D12

New York, NY 10028

Office Tel # (212) 389-1333

Fax (212) 427-8762

Varicose Vein Treatments Center

51 East 25th Street, Ste 432,

New York, NY 10010

Office Tel # (212) 389-1326

Fax (212) 427-8762

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