(Targeted Endovenous Therapy)Formerly known as the VNUS Closure™ procedure. New name, same proven results. Surgical Associates offers an in office procedure to reduce or possibly eliminate ugly and painful varicose veins. The VNUS Closure procedure is clinically proven treatment for varicose veins. Varicose veins are not always a cosmetic issue. There is a solution that is covered by most medical insurance providers.
HOW VENEFIT WORKSVenefit uses radiofrequency energy to precisely and effectively treat patients suffering from chronic venous insufficiency. With less pain and bruising than older and alternative treatments, Venefit delivers a far better overall patient experience. The Venefit procedure is the only minimally invasive segmental radiofrequency (RF) ablation treatment that utilizes radiofrequency energy to provide even and uniform heat to contract the collagen in the vein walls, causing them to collapse and seal. Once a leg vein is closed, blood flow is redirected to healthy veins. In the hands of an experienced, board-certified surgeon like Dr. Barnett and his certified physician assistant, Nicole A. Fisher, PA-C, Venefit can deliver better results. It allows for a quick, comfortable recovery and return to everyday activities, while improving your appearance. To learn more about Venefit and other state-of-the-art therapies at Surgical Associates, call (302) 674-0600 or visit us online at www.www.surgicalassociatespa.com.
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