Make a consultation with Dr. Brito at Mercyhealth Vein Clinic The first step to getting relief from the symptoms of varicose and spider veins is to make an appointment for a conslutation with a vein specialist. Mercyhealth Vein Clinic can provide exams, testing, treatment, and aftercare. Call today if you’re suffering from ...
At Mercyhealth Vein Clinic in Rockford, we use innovative and painless digital diagnostic ultrasound technology to map your venous structures. And with digital technology, we can have answers for you quickly and your test results digitally stored. For more information, visit the American College of Phlebology.
Radiofrequency ablation removes problematic tissue with high-frequency waves that generate heat. It is a minimally invasive treatment with a quick recovery time, replacing more invasive procedures of the past. Dr. Brito at Mercyhealth Vein Clinic uses the ClosureFast™ Procedure which takes less time to heal and leaves minimal bruising.
Endovenous laser ablation is similar to radiofrequency ablation, but using laser heat instead of radio waves. Both techniques collapse the varicose vein, sealing it shut. This treatment is essentially painless and quick to heal. For more information, visit the American College of Phlebology.
Mercyhealth Vein Center is one of the few places in Illinois, and the only one in Rockford, to offer the VenaSeal™ Closure System, which is a type of glue adhesive. Instead of using heat to close varicose veins, VenaSeal uses a medical, proprietary adhesive that is placed in the vein. Contact ...
With a phlebectomy procedure, the physician removes the varicose vein instead of collapsing or closing it via several small incisions. This process can remove rather large veins with minimal scarring. For more information, visit the American College of Phlebology.
Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy is specifically for deep varicose veins, ones that aren’t necessarily visible or easily accessed. The ultrasound guides the doctor so they can inject a solution that collapses the vein. Contact us today to schedule an appointment. For more information, visit the American College of Phlebology.
Cosmetic sclerotherapy involves injecting an unsightly varicose vein with a special solution that collapses the vein, which eventually fades away. Contact us today to schedule an appointment. For more information, visit the American College of Phlebology.