Vein Disease Treatments Morristown, New Jersey
Dr. Kabnick has developed many procedures that will make your vein care simple and convenient.
Dr. Kabnick takes a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to treating your vein problems. After obtaining a history and performing a physical examination in a comfortable, patient-friendly environment, you will undergo a noninvasive Doppler and ultrasound exam at NYU Vein Center’s prestigious ICAVL accredited vascular lab to determine the scope of your venous problems, from moderate to severe (dilated veins, faulty valves, or areas of coagulation). Based on the information collected, a custom, individualized treatment plan will be formulated for you and discussed with you in detail. Veins that are visually unappealing, and/or cause pain, swelling (edema), leg heaviness, hyperpigmentation, or other symptoms are prime candidates for Vein Disease treatment.
Ambulatory phlebectomy is a minimally invasive surgical technique performed under local anesthesia at New York University Hospital or Dr. Kabnick’s offices in NYU Vein Center. This process involves removal of veins through tiny incisions. Incisions are so small that stitches are generally not necessary, and leave nearly invisible scars. Generally, ambulatory phlebectomy is the preferred treatment for varicose veins. Learn More
The VenaCure EVLT procedure is a minimally invasive office-based treatment alternative to VNUS Closure™, and surgical stripping of the great saphenous vein. Unlike the VNUS® Closure procedure, a small laser fiber is utilized to close the vein. Once the fiber is positioned correctly and the area around the area is anesthetized, the laser treatment begins. In approximately three minutes, the laser energy heats and seals the vein closed. After the treatment, the patient is immediately ambulatory and ready to resume normal activities. Learn More
Radiofrequency ablation is a minimally invasive procedure used in the treatment of varicose veins. It is an alternative to the traditional stripping operation. Under ultrasound guidance, a radiofrequency catheter is inserted into the abnormal vein and the vessel treated with radio-energy, causing the vein to close. Radiofrequency ablation is used to treat the great saphenous vein, the small saphenous vein, and perforator veins. Learn More
Based on your consultation with Dr. Kabnick, together you will choose the treatment option that best suits your specific condition and your desired outcome. Many patients will find optimal aesthetic results if they also have simple sclerotherapy injections to treat their surface or spider veins. In addition to being a preferred treatment for small, uncomplicated spider veins, sclerotherapy is also another method, along with surgery, radiofrequency and laser ablation, for treatment of varicose veins and venous malformations. In ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, ultrasound is used to visualize the underlying vein so the physician can deliver and monitor the injection. Sclerotherapy is often done under ultrasound guidance after venous abnormalities have been diagnosed. Learn More
Veinwave uses thermocoagulation to heat and close vessels, safely and effectively treating spider veins and telangiectasia (fine thread veins) anywhere on the body. The procedure is a way to treat very tiny veins that cannot be treated with sclerotherapy or surface lasers (surface lasers differ from endovenous lasers). Veinwave can also be used to treat veins in difficult-to-treat locations, including the face, ankles, and knees, common areas for unattractive spider veins. The prodcedure takes less than 15 minutes to perform and involves no downtime. Learn More
Varithena® is an FDA-approved, prescription medicine for varicose veins. It is used to treat problems in the great saphenous vein (GSV) system of the leg, including twisted (torturous) veins, veins with a range of diameters from small to large, and veins that have unsuccessfully been treated with other methods. Learn More
With this new system, there is no need for sclerosants, lasers, radio frequency waves, skin cutting or “vein stripping.” This allows patients to return to their usual activities quickly, with less bruising, and with a reduced risk of nerve injury as can sometimes occur with heat-based procedures. Learn More Vein And Laser Surgery In Nj.