Treatment for Varicose Veins, Leg Pain and Swelling


  • Varicose Veins
  • Leg Pain / Cramps
  • Leg Swelling
  • Non-Healing Wounds
  • Skin Discoloration

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Spider and Varicose Veins Are Common, but Not Normal

foot with varicose veins before and after

Varicose Veins Before and After

Varicose veins affect 1 in 5 Americans. As the valves fail in your veins, you may develop Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). Common symptoms include:

  • Swelling in the lower legs and ankles, especially after extended periods of standing
  • Aching, tiredness or heaviness in the legs
  • New and enlarging varicose veins
  • A purple staining around the ankles and feet
  • Leathery-looking skin on the legs
  • Flaking or itching skin on the legs or feet
  • Non-healing stasis ulcers (or venous stasis ulcers)

Delays in treatment will worsen your condition. The earlier it is diagnosed and treated, the better your chances of preventing serious complications.

Questions? Call 321-312-4188.

TEPAS Vein Center is a comprehensive center that treats varicose veins and CVI. We use painless diagnostic ultrasound to diagnose underlying venous issues. Board certified surgeons, nurse practitioners and registered ultrasound technologists work as a team to eliminate varicose veins and CVI.

Treatment Options Include

  • Cosmetic Lasers* and Sclerotherapy* to erase spider veins
  • VNUS Closure® (radiofrequency)*, VenaSealTM (’super glue’)* and Varithen® (Injectable Foam) to permanently close incompetent feeding veins
  • Ambulatory phlebectomy (micropuncture vein stripping) for unsightly bulging varicosities
  • Medical grade compression stockings

Covered By Most Insurances

American Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgery
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
The American Board of Surgery
Fellow American College of Surgeons