(PRWEB) June 04, 2013
Five Star Vein Institute recently announced that the practice now offers the Veinwave treatment.
This newly developed vein treatment was approved by the FDA four years ago and it allows vascular specialists to treat patients who suffer from prominent veins on their faces, legs and other areas of their bodies.
Dr. Ruess, M.D. incorporated the Veinwave procedure into his practice to treat varicose veins and spider veins that are not large enough for regular sclerotherapy or laser treatment.
“This procedure uses an extremely small needle to deliver a very small packet of energy which destroys these small spider veins. There is minimal discomfort and the Vein Wave procedure is more economical and cost effective than laser skin treatments,” said Dr. Ruess.
Five Star Vein picked this particular method for several reasons including:
The minimally invasive and safe nature of the procedure also makes it appropriate for mitigating red and blue veins in a wide range of body parts. Although Veinwave is available in multiple countries, Five Star Vein's adoption of the technique makes Dr. Ruess the only Nevada practitioner to offer it.
About Dr. Ruess, M.D.
Dr. Ruess has practiced Vascular Surgery for over 30 years. Over the last five years, his sole focus has been on the practice of Phlebology (Vein Care). He is certified by the American Board of Phlebology and a Board Certified Cardiovascular, Thoracic Surgeon. His practice as a varicose vein and spider vein specialist in Las Vegas, Mesquite and all of Southern Nevada, offers the most up-to-date varicose vein care methods available.
He regularly gives lectures on vein disease and vein care to primary care practitioners, medical students and residents in training as well as service organizations in Southern Nevada and Southern Utah. Contact the Five Star Vein Institute at 702- 453-8346 and visit http://www.fivestarvein.com for more information.
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