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Pandemic Precautions

To help protect our patients and staff, we have implemented the following pandemic precautions:

  • A COVID-19 screening will be emailed the day before your appointment and must be completed prior to your arrival. Among the questions in the screening, it asks if you have:

    • experienced a fever in the last 24 hours

    • specific signs or symptoms

    • traveled within the last 2 weeks

    • been exposed to anyone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection

  • Masks are required for ALL staff & patients (we have masks available upon request).

  • Your temperature will be checked upon arrival. If you have a temperature over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, a cough, or any respiratory symptoms, you'll be asked to leave and visit a healthcare facility immediately.

  • Hand sanitizer is available at front desk and in every room.

  • You will no longer be allowed to bring anyone to your appointment. This includes partners, children, friends, and pets. The only exception is parents accompanying a minor and American Disability Act animals.

  • Physical distancing of 6 feet with the exception of during medical care activities

  • Our scheduling protocols are designed to avoid a busy lobby, and patients are roomed as soon as possible following arrival.  Patients also have the option to wait in their car to minimize their exposure to the lobby traffic.

  • Equipment, surfaces, and common areas are routinely cleaned/disinfected throughout the day as well as before and after every appointment.

We will continue to monitor and revise these precautions as changes occur with CDC guidelines. We appreciate your cooperation to help keep our community safe.

Last updated: November 11, 2020

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Venous Disease Stats and Facts

of the global adult (18+) population is afflicted with venous reflux disease or a more serious form of venous disease called chronic venous insufficiency (CVI)1,2

of the global population with venous reflux disease or chronic venous insufficiency remain undiagnosed1,2

Only 1%
of the global population with venous reflux disease or chronic venous insufficiency are actually treated1,2


of US adults have varicose veins5

22 million
women between the ages of 40 to 80 years are affected by varicose veins5

11 million
of the global population with venous reflux disease or chronic venous insufficiency are actually treated1,2


2 million
men and women with varicose veins will develop symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency, including venous ulceration6

2 million
workdays are lost as result of chronic venous ulcerations6

$3 billion
are spent annually in the US to treat chronic venous ulcerations6


With a 20 min
screening we are able to confirm the presence of venous reflux disease and determine the severity of the condition.

With a 30 min
procedure Dr. Veins is able to permanently close the diseased veins and give your legs amore youthful appearance.

Of our patients Do Not have a re-occurrence of varicose veins after successfully closing the diseased vessel(s).


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Varicose Veins 101

What Are They?

Simply put, varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins near the surface of the skin. They most commonly develop in the legs when faulty valves cause blood to collect (pool) rather than circulate back to the heart. This pooling (called “venous insufficiency” or “venous reflux disease”) increases pressure within the vein which in turn causes susceptible vein walls to weaken and dilate.

What Causes Varicose Veins?

The development of varicose veins is a natural process driven by aging, genetics, occupations that involve long periods of sitting or standing, obesity, injury, hormonal changes, and even pregnancy.  All these factors contribute to veins expanding and eventually becoming unsightly.

Can Varicose Veins Be Prevented?

The fact of the matter is some people are more likely to develop varicose veins than others – and often there is very little one can do to prevent what is an inevitability.  While there are various lifestyle changes that can be recommended to slow the development of varicose veins (exercising, maintaining a healthy weight, elevating legs regularly, avoiding long periods of sitting or standing, and wearing compression stockings), these veins will eventually succumb to incompetent valves, increased pressure, and inherent structural weakness.

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Top Reasons to Take Action Today


A Progressive Disorder

Varicose veins are a progressive disorder that typically get worse with time.


Negative Impact

As this condition grows and spreads it can restrict your lifestyle, limit your freedom, and erode self-confidence.


Chronic Changes

Over time varicose veins can lead to chronic changes such as skin discoloration and thickening.


Serious Complications

Varicose veins are NOT just a cosmetic issue. Left untreated, they can lead tomore serious health problems (which require medical attention) such as skin ulcers or open sores, blood clots or deep vein thrombosis, and bleeding.

Dr. Veins Can Help

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Free Screening

Our Free venous disease screening only takes 20-30 min and uses advanced ultrasound analysis

Support to ease symptom

Lifestyle Support

Dr. Veins can help you implement lifestyle changes to ease your symptoms and slow the development of varicose veins

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Proven Solution

The Very Closed Vein™ (VCV) procedure can eliminate varicose veins and help you reclaim your youthful unrestricted lifestyle

Varicose veins - medicare and most PPO insurance covered

Covered Care

Varicose veins diagnosis and treatments are covered by Medicare and most PPO insurance plans

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Dr. Veins Locations

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Anaheim, CA 92806


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Huntington Beach, CA 92647


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Irvine, CA 92618


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41990 Cook St., Suite B-202-170,
Palm Desert, CA 92211


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La Jolla

4130 La Jolla Village Dr., Suite 208,
La Jolla, CA 92037


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12895 Paseo Village Way, Suite 1240,
San Diego, CA 92130


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166 S Solana Hills Dr.,
Solana Beach, CA 92075


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