How Does Endovenous Ablation (EVLT) Work?
As medical technology continues to evolve and grow, so do the non-surgical alternatives to common and widespread medical issues. Cardiovascular and Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley is proud to utilize Endovenous Ablation (EVLT) to treat Hudson Valley patients suffering from varicose veins, which are abnormally large veins. These usually occur in patients’ legs and can be very painful. Endovenous Ablation (EVLT) uses image-guided, radiofrequency, or laser energy to safely cauterize and close the varicose veins and provide relief to our patients. We combine new and innovative medical procedures with a dedication to providing personalized and compassionate medical care to each of our patients.
Is It Safe?
Yes. Endovenous Ablation (EVLT) is safe and less invasive than surgical vein stripping. It also results in less scarring.
Are There Side Effects?
Endovenous Ablation (EVLT) is a safer alternative than surgery. Consult with our medical specialist for more information.
How Long Will My Recovery Time Be?
Cardiovascular and Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley encourages our patients to walk immediately following the procedure. However, you should avoid exercise or any other strenuous activity for two to three weeks.
Schedule an Endovenous Ablation (EVLT) Appointment Today
Surgical procedures not only present increased risk to patients, but they also saddle patients with hefty medical bills. That’s why Cardiovascular and Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley is proud to offer Endovenous Ablation (EVLT) to our patients. We specialize in providing treatment plans to our patients in addition to compassionate and caring service. Contact us today and make an appointment with one of our medical professionals.