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Embrace the energy of change this autumn!
Traditionally, autumn is the time to harvest. Symbolically “harvest” refers to achieving the goals and intentions you set (in other words, planted) when the year started. Last January, did you vow to do something about your achy, painful legs or unsightly varicose veins? NOW is the time to reap the rewards of healthy, happy legs!
We're the Clinical Leaders in Vein Treatment
Though extremely common and manageable, spider and varicose veins can take a toll on the people who suffer from symptoms of vein disease. But we're here to change that. Complete with the best team of vein doctors, our passion for patients and our fast, pain-free treatments are what make Center for Vein Restoration truly special and the most successful practice of its kind.
Did you know this about vein disease?
1 in 4 Americans suffer from chronic venous insufficiency. Though common, it’s important to get vein disease treated early to avoid potentially dangerous complications.
There can be both physical and cosmetic symptoms of venous insufficiency. The most common of these include swelling, pain, and itchiness in the legs and ankles, as well as darkened and enlarged veins.
Treatment is Fast & Minimally-Invasive
With advances in technology, varicose and spider veins can be treated with different types of minimally-invasive procedures. We offer the best of them here at Center for Vein Restoration.
Advanced Vein Care in a Wide Range of Locations
If you experience symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency, don’t worry: the venous center has more than 100 locations across the United States, allowing you to easily get the best venous care in the United States. Moreover, when it comes to the coverage of our innovative program, our team of insurance experts will work directly with your provider to ensure that you get the maximum benefit from the benefits of the plan.
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Qualified FSA Expenses
- FSAs and HSAs allow employees to use their pretax income for varicose vein treatment (if deemed medically necessary).
Varicose Vein Treatment
- Certification of medical necessity is required before reimbursement can be made. A consultation is necessary asap to ensure your vein treatment is eligible.
- A letter of medical necessity, doctor's directive, or prescription is required for coverage.
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Vein treatment is most likely covered.
Our Patients Come First
“Great doctor, he takes the time to talk to you and let’s you express your concerns, and answers any questions you have. I am still going to him and will continue as long as I have to. He definitely is taking care of my issues and I am feeling great. I highly recommend Dr Alpern.”