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Your Varicose Vein Clinic in Atlanta, GA

Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) 

Welcome to the Vein Center at Johns Creek, a leading practice dedicated to providing comprehensive care for individuals suffering from venous disease. Unlike practices that focus solely on cosmetic treatments, our center takes a medical approach to help patients"take their life back from the symptoms of venous insufficiency.

At the Vein Center at Johns Creek, we understand that venous disease affects everyday people, causing discomfort, pain, and limitations in daily activities. Our team of experienced physicians specializes in minimally-invasive and non-surgical procedures, such as the ClosureFast™ procedure and Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA), to effectively treat venous insufficiency.

Beyond providing exceptional care, we are committed to promoting awareness and prevention of venous disease. Our goal is to empower individuals with knowledge and resources to maintain healthy veins and prevent the progression of venous conditions.

If you're seeking a compassionate and patient-centered approach to venous disease treatment, look no further than the Vein Center at Johns Creek. Take the first step towards healthier veins and a better quality of life by scheduling a consultation with our experts today.

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Radiofrequency Vein Treatment at Johns Creek

RFA Treatment & ClosureFast™ for Varicose Veins

Our heat-based ClosureFast treatment is a minimally invasive procedure that uses heat delivered through a small catheter to shrink and cut off blood to the diseased vein.

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Here's how the ClosureFast™ procedure works:

  • Before the procedure, your vein specialist will perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine if you are a suitable candidate for RFA. This evaluation may include an ultrasound examination to identify the underlying cause of your venous disease.
  • To ensure your comfort during the procedure, a local anesthetic is administered to numb the treatment area.
  • A small incision is made near the affected vein, and a thin catheter is inserted into the vein under ultrasound guidance.
  • Once the catheter is properly positioned, radiofrequency energy is delivered to the vein wall. The energy heats and damages the vein, causing it to collapse and seal shut. This process redirects blood flow to healthier veins.
  • After the ClosureFast™ procedure, you will be able to resume your normal activities with minimal downtime. Your vein specialist may recommend wearing compression stockings and provide instructions for post-procedure care.
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If you are experiencing symptoms of venous disease, the ClosureFast™ procedure at the Vein Center at Johns Creek may be the solution you've been seeking. Our skilled team of vein specialists is dedicated to providing personalized care and helping you achieve healthier veins and improved quality of life. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some of the benefits of ClosureFast™ treatment?

One of the renowned benefits of the ClosureFast™ procedure is that it offers a comfortable and fast recovery. In fact, the average patient’s varicose veins are greatly improved, and they are able to return to everyday activities.

The ClosureFast™ Procedure eliminates the requisite for general anesthesia and major surgery. In fact, it is typically performed using local anesthesia in an outpatient surgical establishment or a vein specialist’s office such as the Vein Center at Johns Creek. 

How long does ClosureFast™ take?

The procedure itself generally takes about 45-60 minutes. However, the average time spent at the facility is typically two to three hours. This is due to the normal and customary procedures of pre- and post-treatment.

Is the RFA vein procedure covered by insurance?

Insurance providers generally cover the costs of varicose vein treatments, including RFA, when they are considered essential for treating the condition. However, it is always recommended to check with your specific insurance provider to understand the coverage and any potential out-of-pocket costs associated with RFA vein treatment.

How can I get started with the best vein doctor near me?

If you’re ready to take your life back and get the peace of mind you deserve, the Vein Center at Johns Creek is here to help you. Click the button below to contact us online, or give our office a call at (470) 326-0075​. We look forward to meeting you.

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