Vein Clinics Long Island – Jericho
Of Jericho, Long Island
Introducing the Best Vein Clinic in Long Island’s North Shore
Well, our vein clinic in Long Island has dual accreditation from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) for vascular imaging and vein medicine. The IAC is an organization that thoroughly vets and certifies vein clinics that pass all their stringent tests and requirements for safety and quality. Most vein clinics aspire towards IAC accreditation, but only a handful of vein clinics are successful — we are proud to announce that our vein clinics in Long Island are dual-accredited.
One of the most important factors for our perfect track record and dual-accredited status is our comprehensive vein care approach. Our vein clinics in Long Island are equipped with the latest technologies and equipment necessary to provide minimally invasive vein treatments. Instead of simply treating spider veins and varicose veins, our vein doctors diagnose and treat the root cause of your vein problems — chronic venous insufficiency. Our considered and comprehensive approach ensures lasting results, minimizing the risk of vein disease recurrence.
Furthermore, our minimally invasive vein treatments are safe, effective, comfortable, and convenient. They conclude within an hour in the vein doctor’s office, involving nothing more complex than a small incision or injections. After the treatment concludes, most patients can resume their daily activities immediately — there’s no downtime or harsh side effects. In fact, most of our patients opt for vein treatment during their lunch break from work.
Our North Shore Vein Clinic is Conveniently Located in Jericho
These are the top Vein Treatments for Vein Disease
Sclerotherapy involves injecting special medications into your spider veins.
Radiofrequency ablation involves removing unhealthy veins using thermal energy.
Laser ablation involves treating chronic venous insufficiency using laser energy.
ClariVein involves removing large, tortuous veins using mechanical pressure and sclerosant.
VenaSeal involves injecting a medical-grade adhesive into the diseased veins.
You can also schedule an appointment online via our official website. Our insurance team will contact you to request your insurance details.