Hopewell Varicose Vein Treatment

The Vein Center is the leading center of varicose vein treatment in Hopewell.

Doctor Alissa Brotman O’Neill has joined Dr.’s Rosen and Curtiss of HP Surgical Associates, to create the Vein Center of New Jersey.  With her expertise and experience, she has created a streamlined approach which simplifies the process from screening to recovery.  Our Board Certified Vascular Surgeons are trained to treat all aspects of venous disease; including varicose veins, venous reflux, spider veins and deep venous thrombosis.

Hopewell Varicose Vein Treatment

Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation

This technique uses a catheter for the treatment of varicose veins and the underlying cause,venous reflux.  It is a minimally invasive technique.  It offers less pain, less bleeding and shorter recovery times than traditional procedures.  There is little down time.

Procedure:

During the procedure, a catheter is inserted into the refluxing vein through a very small incision.  It is place in a precise location and radiofrequency energy is emitted to the wall of the vein which causes it to collapse and seal so that the blood can no longer travel through it.  Blood is then naturally re-routed through working veins in the body.

There is little to no down time for this procedure.  There is minimal discomfort during and after the procedure and little to no scaring or bruising.

Well performed studies have shown a 97% success rate at the one year mark.

Most patients are able to return to regular activities shortly after treatment.  Postoperatively, an ultrasound is routinely done several days after the procedure as well a compression dressing.

Venefit

Venefit procedure uses radiofrequency technique to close the refluxing vein.  The radio frequency destroys the lining of the vein and results in closure of the vein.  Ultrasound and local injection of anesthesia is used during the procedure.  After, blood is rerouted to healthier veins.  There is a fast treatment and recovery time for this procedure.  There is little to no scarring and minimal bruising.

Clarivein

ClariVein®IC is a specialty infusion catheter with a rotating wire tip designed for the controlled 360-degree dispersion of physician-specified agents to the targeted treatment area. The ClariVein®IC is fully disposable, minimally invasive, and can be efficiently used in an office setting.

The ClariVein®IC device is a thin catheter (tube) that your doctor temporarily inserts into the peripheral vasculature through a pin-sized entrance point. ClariVein®IC is several times smaller than other devices used in peripheral vascular treatments allowing the entrance point to be smaller.

Venaseal

Is a non-thermal, non tumescent, procedure that uses medical adhesive to endovenously close the vein.  There is minimal to no bruising using this procedure..  You can return to activities immediately following this procedure.

Microphlebectomy

Microphlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat varicose veins that are too large to treat with sclerotherapy and too small for ablation.  Tiny punctures are used to remove damaged veins and divert blood flow to healthy veins.  This can relieve pain and unsightly veins.

This is performed under local anesthesia in your doctors office.  2 mm incisions are made after anesthesia solution is injected into the area.  A vein instrument grasps the varicosity and it is removed.  Sutures are not needed.  A compression wrap is then used and patients are expected to return to normal activities with little to no down time.  There are virtually no scars left after this procedure.