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Radiofrequency Ablation

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Initial consultation

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*Given the variability in treatment complexity and location, we offer a cost range to account for these factors when estimating the final expenses recommended by your vein doctor.
Frequently asked questions

What is the best vein treatment?

Your vein doctor will decide on the optimal vein treatment for you following your initial appointment and a discussion of your unique treatment objectives. Sclerotherapy, radiofrequency ablation, and VenaSeal are some of the best remedies for varicose and spider veins.

How much does it cost to treat veins?

Most major insurances, including Medicare, frequently pay for vein treatments. However, the price might range from $800 to $3000 if you choose to pay cash.

Insurance Coverage

Insurance frequently pays for the treatment of varicose veins, especially if you have chronic venous insufficiency, the circulation condition that causes the majority of vein issues. To find out if your treatment will be covered by your insurance plan, kindly request a free insurance verification.

Do I need a physician referral?

No. Most of the healthcare professionals we work with don’t need a reference from a doctor. However, some insurances do; if this is the case, give us a call, and a member of our verifications team will assist you in contacting your insurance company.

What should I bring to my initial consultation?

1. Insurance card or cards.
2. Photo ID.
3. Complete medical history. List of all prescriptions and over-the counter medication that you are taking.
4. List of all known allergies, including medical and food.

We know health insurance is confusing so we will help you check if you’re covered:

If you have any question related to coverage fill the form you’ll find above