Welcome to the VEIN CENTER at University Medicine and Cardiology where we focus exclusively on the treatment of varicose veins!

Varicose veins are one of the most frequently treated venous diseases. It is estimated that about 40% of all adults will get varicose veins at some point in their lives.

Although they are more common in older people, young people sometimes have them too. And, varicose veins are more common in women than in men.

Healthy leg veins contain valves that open and close to assist the return of blood back to the heart. Venous reflux disease develops when the valves that keep blood flowing out of the legs and back to the heart become damaged or diseased. As a result, vein valves will not close properly, leading to symptoms of: Varicose Veins, Pain, Swollen Limbs, Restless Legs, Leg Heaviness & Fatigue, Skin Changes, Ulcers, and Itching.

Many factors contribute to the presence of venous reflux disease, including: AgeGender, Family History, Heavy LiftingMultiple PregnanciesObesity, and Standing Professions.

If you have any of the symptoms listed above, then you've landed on the right website. We've developed this site to present you with important Patient Information that will help you become more acquainted with our practice and understand how we can help you with the pain and suffering that varicose veins cause.

This information includes What to Expect on Procedure Day, our policies regarding your First Visit, Appointments & Cancellations, Payment and Insurance.

We also offer Financing Options. This lets you begin your treatment immediately – then pay for it over time with low monthly payments that fit easily into your budget.

As part of our ongoing patient education we have our Resources section of our website where we present information, articles, and news that we believe are important to your health and knowledge.

We also have a list of FAQs (frequently asked questions) and answers to those questions. If you don't find the answer you're looking for, then please feel free to Contact us via our contact form or give us call at (630) 963-4000.