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What We Do
Twenty million Americans suffer from vein problems, but that doesn't mean you have to be one of them! If you are experiencing any of these symptoms South Chicago Vein Clinic can help treat your veins! When you visit South Chicago Vein Clinic, you will learn from a highly specialized medical team of physicians
Why Choose South Chicago Vein Clinic?
- You will be treated by Board Certified Physicians who address the individual needs of each patient's vascular system to achieve the best treatment for existing vein problems.
- South Chicago Vein Clinic's office and treatment facility is clean, safe, and modern.
- Each member of our multi-lingual team is invariably professional and friendly, and considers your comfort, confidence and privacy to be of the utmost importance.
- Our staff has experience in the most reliable approaches to vein treatment, including endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) and phlebectomy.
- Our Chicago-area location is easily accessible and has free parking. We are conveniently located near the intersection of 95th and Cicero in Oak Lawn.
- We accept most insurance plans, including Medicare.
- We offer assistance with transportation to and from the clinic.
What causes vein disease?
Varicose veins are caused by weakened valves and veins in your legs. Usually, these valves allow blood to flow away from your legs and towards your heart. In varicose veins, the valves do not work properly and allows for blood to collect in your legs causing a twisted cord-like appearance. Varicose veins are hereditary. Other risk factors include age, excessive weight gain, lack of exercise or hormones. Being overweight, pregnant or prolonged standing or sitting increases pressure on leg veins.
Is it necessary to seek treatment for my vein problems?
Although most patients feel that the discomfort and unsightliness of spider veins and varicose veins are reason enough to seek treatment, it is also important to get medical advice because of the other problems that vein issues can lead to including ulcers, bleeding, infection and blood clots.