Conditions we treat

At the Vein Center, we understand that there are a number of vein-related issues our patients might experience, and we're ready to help you immediately with your condition. Look below to see some of the most common health issues we regularly treat:

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Vein insufficiency occurs for a number of reasons for patients: aging, weight gain, injuries, hormonal imbalance, and more. Your veins, arteries, and valves are parts of your cardiovascular system responsible for pumping blood throughout your body. Arteries pump blood towards other body parts, while your veins pump your blood back to the heart. Movement in both types of blood vessels are possible thanks to valves that can pump blood towards and from the heart. 

    Chronic Venous Insufficiency Treatments

    Leg Ulcer

    Leg ulcers are sores or wounds that can be caused by a number of reasons, with varicose veins being one of them. While not all leg ulcers are painful, patients that experience this condition may notice that sores don’t heal as quickly as other types of wounds. If left untreated, these sores can develop an infection over time or several other conditions.

      Leg Ulcer Treatments


      Phlebitis occurs when a vein experiences inflammation and swells because of the blood clotting within it because of damaged vein walls. This is a superficial form of thrombophlebitis, a condition where blood clots block a vein. Although this is most commonly found on legs (where varicose veins are most likely to form), they can develop anywhere, more frequently in your arms, penis, or breast area. 

        Phlebitis Treatments

        Spider Vein

        Vein Center Doctor is home to vein specialists and doctors that can treat unsightly veins, as well as the symptoms and side effects caused by vein conditions. We are New Jersey and New York’s most trusted vein clinic and provide results that can erase those unsightly lines and make way for flawless skin. 

          Spider Vein Treatments

          Varicose Vein

          Varicose veins are enlarged and overfilled veins that are visible through your skin. Similar to spider veins, they can appear to be blue, purple, or red lines that resemble branches or webs. They typically appear on your lower legs, but they can also appear on your face and other areas of your body. 

            Varicose Vein Treatments

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