If you’re near Paramus…
If you’re in Bergen County or near Paramus, you can find the best vein clinic at 140 NJ-17 #103, Paramus. The vein clinic is just off NJ-17 and the garden state parkway, right next door to Bob’s Furniture. The vein clinic is also close to Garden State Plaza and Paramus Park Mall. You can schedule an appointment online or call +1 201-485-5020.
If you’re near Clifton…
If you’re in Passaic County or near Clifton, you can find the best vein clinic at 1117 US-46 Suite 205, Clifton, just past the Ford dealership on route 46-E. The vein clinic is right off NJ-3 and near the garden state parkway. You may schedule an appointment online or call +1 973-447-1383.
If you’re near Woodland Park…
If you’re in Passaic County and near Woodland Park, you can find the best vein clinic at 1167 McBride Ave Suite 2, Woodland Park, a short drive from the Garden State Plaza. You may schedule an appointment online or call +1 973-381-2115.
Why we’re the best vein clinics in New Jersey
VIP Medical Group manages the aforementioned vein clinics in Clifton, Paramus, and Woodland Park. All of these vein clinics are IAC-accredited and led by board-certified, fellowship-trained vein doctors. Furthermore, they have unanimous 5-star ratings and reviews from all patients because they maintain a perfect track record with excellent standards of vein care.
Below, we highlight the reasons we’re the best vein clinics in New Jersey:
- Accessible and convenient locations in New Jersey
- Equipped with cutting-edge technologies, such as VNUS and ClariVein
- Specializing in the latest minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments
- Led by board-certified and fellowship-trained vein doctors
- Diagnose and treat the root cause of vein problems, not just the symptoms
- Free insurance verification before the appointment
- Accept all insurance plans, including Medicare
- IAC-accredited vein clinics of excellence
We offer the latest, cutting-edge vein treatments
Our vein clinics maintain unanimous 5-star ratings and reviews because of a comprehensive, personalized, and minimally invasive vein treatment process. We offer the latest, cutting-edge treatments after carefully diagnosing the root cause of your vein problems. Most vein clinics treat spider veins and varicose veins without addressing the root cause, leading to a high risk of recurrence. However, our vein doctors always diagnose vein disease to curate personalized vein treatment plans, ensuring optimal and long-lasting results. Below, we provide a step-by-step overview of our vein treatment process.
Step 1: Consultation & Diagnosis
Your vein treatment journey starts with a personalized consultation with our medical directors or vein doctors. Our vein doctors examine your leg veins and discuss your symptoms. At this stage, the vein doctor’s goal is to understand your primary concerns and determine if you might have vein disease. They examine your leg veins to identify the signs and symptoms of vein disease, such as spider veins, varicose veins, and skin discoloration.
Furthermore, you should also highlight all of your symptoms, even if they seem unrelated to vein problems. The earliest warning signs and symptoms of vein disease include restless leg syndrome, leg heaviness, frequent leg cramps, leg swelling, and leg pain. These symptoms usually worsen at the end of the day or after long periods of sitting or standing. The vein doctor will also review your medical history to determine the likelihood of vein disease.
The initial consultation is followed by the final vascular imaging test, known as duplex ultrasound. The vein doctor will move an ultrasound scanner over your legs to visualize the direction of blood flow in your leg veins on a computer screen. Based on this, the vein doctor will determine if you have chronic venous insufficiency, a medical condition wherein blood flows backward and accumulates in your leg veins, eventually leading to vascular dilation and the formation of spider veins and varicose veins.
Step 2: Treatment Planning
After the diagnosis, the vein doctor will curate a personalized vein treatment plan just for you. If you have chronic venous insufficiency, the vein doctor may recommend radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser ablation, or venaseal. If you don’t have vein disease or after the primary vein treatment, the vein doctor may recommend ambulatory phlebectomy or sclerotherapy to remove the superficial varicose veins and spider veins. Below, we briefly describe what these vein treatments involve.
Step 3: Primary Treatment
- Radiofrequency Ablation: The vein doctor makes a small incision on the skin’s surface to insert a catheter that delivers radiofrequency waves and collapses the diseased vein.
- Endovenous Laser Ablation: The vein doctor makes a small incision on the skin’s surface to insert a laser fiber that delivers laser energy and destroys the diseased vein.
- VenaSeal: The vein doctor injects an FDA-approved, medical-grade adhesive into the diseased vein to seal its walls shut, rerouting the accumulated blood into healthier veins.
Step 4: Cosmetic Treatment
- Ambulatory Phlebectomy: The vein doctor makes small incisions on the skin’s surface to extract the superficial varicose veins.
- Sclerotherapy: The vein doctor injects a medicine called a sclerosant into the spider veins, making them shrink and fade away from the skin’s surface.
Step 5: Recovery & Aftercare
Minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments conclude within an hour with no downtime. The vein doctor will discuss your aftercare guidelines, such as wearing compression stockings for a few days, but you can resume your daily activities and work immediately. In some cases, you may need to return for a follow-up session to remove all the spider veins and varicose veins.