Endovenous Ablation

HIMC Endovenous Ablation

This procedure entails inserting a very small tube called a catheter into the vein and delivering radiofrequency or laser energy to the vein wall, causing the vein to shrink, collapse, and seal shut. Once it’s sealed, healthy veins take over and redirect blood flow back toward the heart. Patients have reported little, if any, pain during the procedure, and most return to normal activity in a day.

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