UMass Memorial Health Care provides adults medical and cosmetic consultation and treatment for spider veins and varicose veins. For your convenience, an outpatient Vein Center is located in Northborough and provides a comfortable atmosphere with easy access and free parking.
Understanding Spider and Varicose Veins
You may notice tiny red or blue bursts (spider veins) on your legs. Or maybe you have veins that bulge or look twisted (varicose veins). If so, there are treatments that can help.
Spider veins or varicose veins may never be a problem. But sometimes they can cause legs to ache or swell. Your legs may also feel heavy and tired, or like they’re burning. These symptoms may be more severe at the end of the day. Prolonged sitting or standing can also make your symptoms get worse.
Care is provided by an expert team of vascular surgeons, nurse practitioners and vascular ultrasound technicians. Treatments for vein problems include:
- Cosmetic treatment
- Adhesive closure
- Phlebectomy (minimally invasive procedure that uses a small scalpel or needle to remove varicose veins)
- Radiofrequency ablation (minimally invasive treatment using radiofrequency energy to heat up and damage the wall inside a vein)
- Sclerotherapy (liquid, foam or ultrasound guided)
- Ultrasound (done in an accredited vascular lab)
- Compression stocking prescription and fitting referrals
Accredited in Superficial Venous Treatment and Management by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC)
IAC accreditation is a “seal of approval” that patients can rely on as an indication that the vein center’s processes and procedures have been carefully evaluated by medical experts in the field of treatment and management of superficial venous disorders.
The Center for Vein Disease is committed to providing our patients with the highest standard of venous care, with attention to patient preferences, comfort, and individualized options for treatment.
Vein Center at Northborough Crossing
333 SW Cutoff, Northborough, MA 01532
(route 20 east at the intersection of route 9)