Weill Cornell Vein Treatment Center provides diagnosis and treatment by physicians for a variety of vein conditions including lower extremity venous disorders, varicose and spider veins, pulmonary embolisms, deep vein care, thrombosis, and pelvic congestion.
Problems with leg veins are among the most common medical conditions in Western societies. It is estimated that about 80 million people in the United States have varicose and spider veins. At the Weill Cornell Vein Treatment Center, your physician will personally discuss your symptoms and medical history, examine your legs, perform a diagnostic ultrasound, provide guidance for the best course of treatment for you, and if necessary perform a procedure and follow up care right in our office at 2315 Broadway, New York NY 10024.
Chronic pelvic pain is a common condition that can affect up to 1/3 of women and accounts for 20% of visits to Gynecologists. Unfortunately, routine tests will not identify a source of pain in up to 30% of patients. Pelvic varices (also known as “pelvic congestion syndrome”) accounts for up to 16-31% of patients with chronic pelvic pain without an alternative diagnosis.
Whether you desire cosmetic improvement or relief of symptoms associated with leg vein or pelvic congestion problems, the following information should help you to better understand the condition and the current treatments offered by the Weill Cornell Vein Treatment Center.
The Weill Cornell Vein Treatment Center is dedicated to using the expertise of its physicians to develop the best individualized treatment plan for you from the beginning to end. The practice has the longest experience with the Endovascular Laser Ablation (EVLT or ELA) and was the first in Manhattan to perform the new VenaSeal Closure System for lower extremity veins.