But they don’t have to be.
While varicose veins are a medical condition that affect 45 to 55% of American women and 40 to 45% of men, they can be easily treated with a quick, effective, in-office procedure.
So if you have bulging, painful varicose veins or unsightly spider veins, Dr. Randy Waterford can examine your legs to determine if you have venous insufficiency (vein disease), then show you that there’s actually no trick to our minimally invasive vein treatments.
Dr. Waterford is a quadruple-certified and formally fellowship trained in:
- Vascular Surgery (treatment of blood vessel concerns – veins, arteries, and lymphatics)
- Cardiothoracic Surgery (treatment of problems of the chest, including the heart and lungs)
- General Surgery, and
- Phlebology (specialty dedicated to the evaluation and management of vein disease)
Our caring team at Waterford Vein Institute of Hawaii is devoted to always making our patients feel relaxed during their visit.
We proudly use the latest technology and treatments to provide non-invasive or minimally invasive solutions, so our patients have a minimum of discomfort and downtime.
Finally, we accept most major insurance plans and Medicare for our varicose vein procedures.