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Varicose veins are the unsightly result of circulation problems. The top vascular specialist in NYC may recommend an ambulatory phlebectomy as a minimally invasive way to treat varicose veins. The out
Country United States of America
State / Province New York
Distance 5,432 Kilometers

Varicose veins are the unsightly result of circulation problems. The top vascular specialist in NYC may recommend an ambulatory phlebectomy as a minimally invasive way to treat varicose veins. The outpatient procedure, also called a stab phlebectomy or vein phlebectomy, allows your doctor to remove the problem vein and redirect your blood flow to nearby healthy veins. If you’re concerned about your varicose veins, call the experts at the Downtown Vein & Vascular Center in Brooklyn for a fast, affordable phlebectomy procedure.
What Is Ambulatory Phlebectomy?
Ambulatory phlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure to treat varicose veins. During the procedure, a top NYC vein doctor removes the diseased veins through tiny incisions made on your skin. The blood then finds another route through nearby healthy veins.
Varicose veins are twisted and discolored surface veins that develop when the one-way valves in the blood vessels malfunction. That causes blood to flow back and pool in the vein, so that it bulges. Varicose veins are more common in your legs.
Dr. Sergei Sobolevsky, an endovascular specialist, performs the phlebectomy procedure, also known as stab phlebectomy or micro-phlebectomy, at the state-of-the-art Downtown Vein & Vascular Center in Brooklyn. It’s not the same as an ambulatory phlebotomy. The removal of problem veins through ambulatory phlebotomy treats symptoms that include:
– Unsightly twisted and bulging veins on your legs or arms
– Skin discoloration
– Aching and heaviness in your legs
– Itching, burning or throbbing around the varicose veins
– Muscle cramping caused by blood clots
– Swelling and tenderness in your lower legs
– Pain that worsens with inactivity, like sitting or standing for a long period
How Does Ambulatory Phlebotomy Work?
The goal of ambulatory phlebectomy is to provide long-term relief from the symptoms caused by varicose veins. The procedure takes about 45 minutes to an hour. The main steps that your vein doctor performs in the vein treatment include:
1. Identifying and preparing the target treatment area by sterilizing it
2. Numbing the area around varicose veins with local anesthetic
3. Making several tiny 2-mm incisions on your skin next to the bulging, diseased veins
4. Using a phlebectomy hook with fine clamps to carefully remove the twisted vein while preserving the health of surrounding veins and tissue
5. Severing the problem vein at either end
6. Repeating the procedure for other varicose veins
Dr. Sobolevsky at the Brooklyn vein practice has performed thousands of minimally invasive procedures over the years, including stab phlebectomy. Other vein treatments that may work on varicose veins include:
– Endovenous laser ablation
– Endovenous radiofrequency ablation
– Endovascular therapy
– Sclerotherapy
– Vascular embolization
Downtown Vein Treatment Center
480 Court Street, Ste 101
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 787-5559
E-mail info@downtownveinvascular.com
Our location on the map: https://goo.gl/maps/4NjFCLeFDSpawN3v5
Nearby Locations:
Carroll Gardens, Red Hook, Columbia Street Waterfront District, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Park Slope
11231, 11201, 11215, 11217
Working Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9am – 5pm
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Opening Hours Monday-Friday: 9am - 5pm
Country United States of America
State / Province New York
Distance 5,432 Kilometers
Address Downtown Vein Treatment Center, Court Street, Brooklyn, NY
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