Varicose veins are common. They affect 40% of men and 70% of women by the age of 60. Risk factors include pregnancy (which is why women have them more often), standing for long periods of time and genetics.

Many patients choose to get their veins treated for aesthetic reasons but many people are unaware that if left untreated varicose veins may lead to much more than just cosmetic issues.

So, how do you know when to seek medical attention?

When is Varicose Vein Treatment Medically Necessary?

We recommend to seek advice about treatment if you experience any of the following symptoms:

In general, if your varicose veins are negatively impacting your quality of life, then it would be a good time to visit our doctors at Lumina Interventional Radiology.

Varicose Vein Treatment at Lumina

No referral is necessary. You can book an appointment to see one of our doctors at Lumina Interventional Radiology to discuss treatment for your veins.

Here at Lumina Interventional Radiology, we offer a minimally-invasive and non-surgical approach to varicose vein treatment. Utilising endovenous thermal ablation and sclerotherapy, we can treat varicose veins, alleviate pain and discomfort as a day case procedure.

We are a Southern Cross affiliated provider and also work with all other insurance companies.

Get in touch with us today to book an appointment or for any further enquiries.