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Spider Veins

Find A Spider Vein Treatment Near You

Spider veins are those tiny, colored veins that you can often see through the surface of the skin. They usually appear in your legs or face, and many people get rid of them for cosmetic purposes. Although they’re common and aren’t usually dangerous, they could be a sign of a serious condition. You can find a spider vein treatment near you in our vein treatment centers.

Common causes
Increased blood pressure, weakening, or damage of the valves inside the veins.

Common symptoms
Advanced cases can lead to leg cramps, aching, leg heaviness, and even ulcers.

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Facts About Spider Veins

Spider veins and varicose veins
Like varicose veins, spider veins are produced by the malfunctioning of the blood vessels. Depending on the size of the valves, you can develop varicose or spider veins.

Risk factors
Aging, genetics, surgeries, high weight, being a woman, and hormonal changes.

Lifestyle changes
You can prevent and help ease the symptoms by walking, reducing your salt intake, and elevating your legs while you are resting.

Treating Spider Veins With Radiofrequency Therapy

We use different procedures to treat spider veins. One of them is radiofrequency therapy, which uses radiofrequency energy to heat up and damage the veins’ walls, closing them. However, your vein specialist will define the best spider vein treatment for you, according to your diagnosis and specific needs.

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Facts About Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

Minimally invasive

RFA uses local anesthesia, and you can return to your normal activities within a few hours.


Radiofrequency ablation is highly safe and effective, with a 98% success rate.


Recovery time is short and you’ll be able to walk normally after the RFA.

FAQ About Spider Veins

Can I treat spider veins at home?

There are several tips you can practice at home.

Still, if you also have other symptoms (pain, swelling, cramps); or if you just want your legs to look and feel better, you should visit a vein doctor.

Meanwhile, you can practice the following:

  • Using compression stockings.
  • Exercising at least 20 to 30 minutes a day.
  • Reducing your salt intake.
  • Elevating your legs while you’re lying down.
  • Eating more fiber.
  • Avoid high heels and tight clothing.

How can I treat spider veins?

There are several types of procedures that we use at our vein clinic to treat this and other vein diseases. Your doctor will decide which is the best option for you according to your specific needs.

These procedures are:

  • Radiofrequency therapy: uses radiofrequency energy to damage and close affected veins.
  • Sclerotherapy: uses injections to shrink unhealthy veins.
  • Laser treatment: uses heat from a laser to treat the veins.
  • Vein removal: a surgical or non-surgical procedure that removes parts of the veins.

What is the best treatment for spider veins?

This depends on each patient.

All our vein therapies and procedures are highly safe and effective in treating vein conditions. Your vein doctor will recommend you the most suitable for you, according to your specific needs.

How effective is radiofrequency therapy in treating spider veins?

Radiofrequency therapy is very effective. However, results do not happen overnight and you may require more than one session.

One of our doctors will develop a treatment plan for you and guide you through the process, so you can understand it completely.

What can I expect from radiofrequency therapy?

Radiofrequency therapy is a minimally invasive procedure, but there is a low risk of developing side effects, such as:

  • Burning sensation
  • Skin burns
  • Numbness
  • Blood clots

These side effects are common. After the procedure, the doctor will explain to you the aftercare instructions.

How is the RFA done?

We use radiofrequency energy to heat up and damage affected leg veins, creating scar tissue that closes them, which makes them disappear.

The energy is delivered through a catheter and inserted through a minimal incision. This procedure can be done with local anesthesia and you can continue with your everyday activities with precaution.

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Find Your Nearest Vein Clinic

With 9 different locations, you can be treated by the best vein doctors, whose top priority is providing you with the best care. Find your nearest location in NJ and PA.


1700 NJ-3W Suite #5, Clifton, NJ 07013

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3735 Nazareth Rd #203, Easton, PA 18045

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1900 Union Valley Rd, Hewitt, NJ 07421

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501 Omni Drive Hillsborough, NJ 08844

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20 Cherry Tree Farm Road, Middletown, NJ 07748

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399 Campus Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873

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225 NJ-10 Suite 103, Succasunna, NJ 07876

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200 Hudson Street Suite 145, Jersey City, NJ 07311

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