- 15 years of experience in varicose veins treatment
- Venefit treatment – „the golden standard in phlebology”
- Return to your daily activities after a day
Varicose veins are, in the simplest terms, veins that have become enlarged and twisted. This is the most noticeable, but only one of many symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. Its development is based on several aspects: by hereditary factors, female gender, pregnancies, age and nature of work (long sitting or standing).
The disease may manifest itself at a very young age and increase with age. Typical symptoms are:
- Feeling heaviness and tiredness of legs,
- Edema of the lower limbs,
- Pain complaints,
- Skin changes in the legs,
- Ulcers and open wounds.
It is worth considering to treat varicose veins before the discomforts affects everyday functioning.
Doppler ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure that allows to find the place of blood leakage due to insufficiency of valves and determine if the surgery is necessary.
The main tasks of the phlebologist are the correct assessment of how advanced the changes are and the proposal of an effective method. If left untreated, it can lead to a variety of inflammations and eventually to the inflammation of the veins.
The VENEFIT method recommended by our phlebologist has been hailed as the gold standard in the therapy of venous insufficiency during the 33th Charing Cross symposium in London. It is an innovative technique that uses the energy of radio waves to accurately close the vein changed by disease.
The adventages of the Venefit varicose veins treatment:
- The effectiveness confirmed at the level of 97.4%.
- Over 650,000 people operated in the world.
- Depending on the severity of the disorder, there are no or very few edema, small hematomas or imperceptible scars.
- Short stay at the ward – a few hours, a maximum day.
- Return every normal mode after one or two days
- Minimum pain.
- No complications
Dr n. Med. Tomasz Hamera in 2014 conducted the largest number of treatments using the VENEFIT technique in Poland. (Covidien data)
The VenaSeal varicose veins closure system is a unique, minimally invasive, non-thermal method of varicose veins treatment.
It does not require anesthesia, which is used in other endovascular procedures and wearing compression stockings. Thus, it allows patients to return to normal activity immediately after the procedure. The treatment itself is painless, does not cause discoloration, takes about 30-40 minutes.
Therapy can also be performed during the summer, and it is also used for very large varicose veins and people with arterial insufficiency.
- the treatment lasts only 30-40 minutes
- lack of anesthesia
- virtually painless method
- immediate return to normal functioning
- no compression stockings after the procedure
- the possibility of undergoing even very large venous change
- the treatment can be performed at any time of the year
As part of the VenaSeal method, we cooperate exclusively with dr n.med. Tomasz Hamera, who performs vein gluing only at our Medical Center!
Sclerotherapy of varicose veins is a procedure performed with a syringe with a very thin needle that introduces a special medicine to the dilated vessels that causes the vascular wall to shrink. The needle is so thin that the procedure is virtually painless.
A single session of leg varicose vein injection takes about 20 minutes and depending on the severity of skin lesions, the procedure is repeated 2 to 5 times. Before the treatment, the vascular surgery specialist must assess the condition of the legs, that is why he performs the Doppler examination. Doppler ultrasound is a way to accurately detect even the smallest venous and artery diseases. Immediately before the sclerosis, it is not recommended to shave the legs, take medicine and apply skin lubrication such as balms, creams or olives.
|MD Tomasz Hamera||10/17/18 10:00 - 10/17/18 19:00||-||-||-||-|
|Md PhD Tomasz Śluzar||-||10/17/18 14:30 - 10/17/18 16:00||-||-||-|
|Md Dariusz Manowiec||-||-||-||10/17/18 17:30 - 10/17/18 19:00||-|
* dr Dariusz Manowiec consultations every second week
The admission hours are approximate and subject to change.
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