In Ludhiana, you can get varicose veins diagnosed by expert vascular surgeons. You can find the best vascular doctors at Pristyn Care in Ludhiana, and you can visit us to get diagnosed at an affordable price.
Our vascular doctors can perform a physical examination of your legs to identify the presence of varicose veins. And also, vascular surgeons at Pristyn Care can evaluate your medical and medication history to rule out the presence of underlying health conditions.
Also, our vascular specialists in Ludhiana can recommend tests like the doppler test and ultrasound to check the direction of the blood flow in the legs.
Procedure or surgery:
Varicose veins can be cured with several surgical methods, and among them, the laser technique is the best and safest method. Vascular doctors in Ludhiana can recommend either simple laser surgery or endovenous laser treatment.
Simple laser varicose veins treatment:
With the use of simple laser treatment, small and tiny varicose veins are treated and cured. In this procedure, the heat from laser fiber is used to form scar tissue at the varicose veins. This scar tissue will reduce the blood flow to varicose veins, which can lead to the death of varicose veins. Depending upon severity of varicose veins, more than a single laser session may be required.
Endovenous laser varicose veins surgery:
Large and bulged varicose veins can be treated and cured with the help of endovenous laser surgery. Most vascular doctors in Ludhiana prefer to perform this laser technique as it involves no risks, no complications and a reduced chance of risk of infection.
In this laser technique, a vascular surgeon will make a small cut or incision on the leg to insert a catheter. Through this catheter, a laser fiber will be passed into the varicose veins through the catheter. Once the laser fiber is in place, the catheter will be removed slowly, making laser beams from laser fiber heat up the varicose veins. By doing so, varicose veins will shrink in size and in the long run, they will disappear due to loss of blood supply. Once the surgery is done, the incision made will be stitched together, leaving no scars.