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Varicose Veins

We are pleased to inform you that Brookhaven Heart is offering diagnosis and treatment of Varicose Veins with endo venous laser ablation (EVLA), at its Patchogue and New Hyde Park locations.

You can schedule a vein clinic consultation by calling us at (631) 654 3278

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What Are Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins are large, twisted, and swollen veins that often appear on the legs and feet, caused by venous insufficiency. This happens when the valves in the veins do not work correctly, leading to sluggish and ineffective blood flow. Women are more prone to venous insufficiency, with 40% being affected, as opposed to only 25% of men. While unsightly, the veins rarely need treatment. However, if you suffer from swelling, aching, and painful legs, or if there is considerable discomfort, you should seek consultation and treatment.

What Are The Treatment Options?

varicose veins treatment in Patchogue, New Hyde Park & Hicksville, NY - Brookhaven Heart
  • Lifestyle Modifications – By limiting prolonged bouts of standing, and exercising frequently, one can soothe pain, and even improve the appearance of the veins!
  • Compression Stockings – Tightly wound stockings that begin at the ankle and loosen further up the legs can encourage proper blood flow and help with the discomfort!
  • In-Office Procedures – If the doctor recommends it, there are many procedures such as venous stenting and laser ablation that take care of varicose veins and their symptoms.

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About Dr. Saurin Patel

Saurin Patel

Dr. Saurin Patel completed his medical education at Albany Medical College before doing his Internal Medicine residency at the prestigious Tufts University. His relationship with the university led to him receiving multiple fellowships. He has been honored by the Boston Cardiology Fellowship, the Boston Interventional Cardiology Fellowship, and the Boston Research Fellowship in Vascular Medicine.