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RECEIVE THE BEST IN VEIN TREATMENT
Vascular and Interventional Radiologist Steven Tidwell, M.D. is the founder and medical director of Medicus Vein Care. Our board-certified vein specialists and skilled nurses are committed to offering patients a professional, caring experience that won’t be found elsewhere.
Since 2005, patients have attributed our ability to accurately diagnose and treat varicose veins to our expertise in ultrasound technology and our extensive experience in vein removal. This unique skill set allows Medicus to provide every patient with the highest quality vein treatments at the hands of experienced vein specialists.
We accept most major insurance companies including: Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield (Florida Blue), Cigna, Coventry, Medicare, Multiplan (BeechStreet, PHCS) and United Healthcare. If your insurance company is not listed, please call us. We may participate with your specific insurance plan.
Varicose veins are treated using non-surgical procedures. With each of these procedures requiring ultrasound guidance, Medicus specialists are specifically trained on ultrasound diagnostics. This allows them to provide the base for a treatment plan by pinpointing the problem areas that require treatment, and to effectively treat the faulty vein under ultrasound guidance without the need for a separate ultrasound technician.
Why Treat Varicose Veins?
Most people seek treatment for varicose veins to relieve discomfort like pain, swelling, itching or tingling, and other uncomfortable symptoms. In normal leg veins, leaflet-like valves help pump blood back to the heart, but when these valves don’t function properly, blood flows backward and pools within the vein.
Left untreated, these bulging veins can lead to more serious medical problems, such as venous leg ulcers or varicose eczema. Up to 35% of people in the United States are affected by varicose veins, but treatment typically alleviates symptoms as well as the unsightly appearance.
ZERO SEDATION, ZERO DOWNTIME
VenaSeal™ is the only technology that features an advanced medical adhesive to close varicose veins.
Endovenous Laser Treatment
EVLA combines fiber-optic technology with laser energy to remove abnormal veins under ultrasound guidance.
The Varithena treatment uses a foam medication to seal varicose veins using ultrasound technology.
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