Removal of varicose veins without surgery and painless, a simple way to treat the problem
Varicose veins are a condition that affects the leg veins, and occurs when these deform or expand to become visible through the skin as varicose veins or spider veins anti-aesthetic that usually affect thighs and legs .

Contrary to popular belief, varicose veins also affect men, although it is more common in women. There are factors related to diet or lifestyle habits that may contribute to the appearance of varicose veins, such as being overweight and sedentary, but the main cause is the venous system wear due to age, occurring most often from the 50.

Many people see a problem varicose veins, either from the aesthetic point of view because it is accompanied by other symptoms such pain or heaviness in the legs.

Currently its treatment has experienced remarkable progress and existing methods for non-invasive removal of varicose veins that replace the scalpel. This has meant that many people will decide to stop fumbling varices.

There are several methods for treating varicose veins without surgery, but the most common are foam sclerotherapy, the method ClariVein and Radiofrequency, seeking disable the affected veins from the inside, without pain or having to remove diseased veins.

For sclerotherapy, the specialist introduces an irritant inside the damaged veins, which causes the vein to seal and disappear naturally after several sessions.

CLARIVEIN system applies an irritant or sclerosing liquid through a rotating catheter which is applied painlessly. In the video you can see step by step development of a treatment for varicose veins removal CLARIVEIN technique.

In the case of the radio frequency, the treatment works by electricity applied to the interior of the vein and the result is the same, the vein is disabled.

In all three cases, the treatments make it possible to eliminate varicose veins without pain or surgery, using a simple and rapid method by which the patient leaves the clinic walking immediately after treatment. In addition, these treatments do not require a complex postoperative the patient can make the process from home, on the advice of the specialist.
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