Varicose Vein Treatment for Men


Varicose veins aren’t just something your mother and grandmother get. Varicose veins affect men almost just as much as women; about 40-45% of men in the United States have some type of vein problem. The good news is that varicose vein treatment for men is effective and safe.


Schedule a Consultation

The first step is to contact Minneapolis Vein Center to schedule your consultation. One of our board certified interventional radiologists will perform an exam and learn about your personal history and risk factors, then design a custom treatment plan fit for you.


Conservative Vein Treatment for Men

Most insurance companies will require that you try a round of conservative treatment, like compression stockings, first before any other treatments. Our staff will help you understand your insurance requirements and exactly what you need to do. You can also try implementing some lifestyle changes, which may slow the development of varicose veins including: getting exercise, losing weight, or avoiding sitting or standing for long periods or time.


Minimally Invasive Varicose Vein Treatment for Men

If conservative treatments do not help your symptoms, most insurance companies will then cover a minimally invasive varicose vein treatment for men. At Minneapolis Vein Center, our experts offer several different varicose vein treatments including:


Vein Treatment Results

Almost all patients will see excellent results from varicose vein treatments. In fact, 98% of patients who have undergone venous ablation would recommend it to a friend or family member with similar leg vein problems. If you’ve been ignoring your varicose veins, schedule a consultation with the experts at Minneapolis Vein Center today.

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