Radiofrequency Ablation Procedure
At IVY Cardiovascular and Vein Center we use the next-generation of endovenous radiofrequency ablation.
The VENCLOSE procedure is the latest heat-based treatment option for chronic venous insufficiency, a common cause of varicose veins.
Restores healthy blood flow by closing diseased veins
Find relief by closing diseased veins.
The VENCLOSE System is the latest, heat-based treatment option for chronic venous insufficiency:
- Minimally invasive, outpatient procedure
- Smaller catheter entry site
- Proven technology
The VENCLOSE Procedure
1. Your doctor will insert a small catheter into the diseased vein
2. The catheter will deliver heat, causing the diseased vein to shrink and close.
3. The catheter is slowly withdrawn to treat the entire diseased vein.
Once treatment is completed, blood flow will naturally reroute to nearby healthy veins.
Your doctor will apply a bandage and may recommend compression to help the healing.
Things to Know
Radiofrequency ablation can provide lasting benefits for patients suffering from chronic venous insufficiency.
Radiofrequency Ablation Recovery
Patients can also leave the outpatient facility following their procedure. The patient can experience mild discomfort for around fourteen days. There is little downtime required, and patients can resume their daily activities.
Schedule a Consultation
Contact IVY Cardiovascular and Vein Center today to schedule a consultation with Ivy League trained advanced peripheral vascular specialist Dr. Rishi Panchal. He can answer any questions you have about the radiofrequency ablation procedure and will provide you with excellent results.