Sievering Surgical Clinic

Sieveringer St 9, A-1190 Vienna Tel: 328 8777

The Vein Clinic

About the Clinic

Diagnosis & Treatment

About the Vein Clinic

The Sievering Surgical Clinic is a specialty clinic offering state-of-the-art treatment modalities for venous disorders. The Vein Clinic is headed by Mr P Bull and staffed by vascular surgeons and medical professionals who are skilled in providing both cosmetic and surgical intervention.

It is estimated that 35-60% of the population have some form of venous disorder. If you think you might be one of them, let the professional staff at the Vein Clinic complete a comprehensive medical evaluation for you. If you have a venous disorder, they will help assess and develop a treatment plan specific to your need.

Whether your interest is cosmetic treatment of spider veins or you suffer from extensive varicose veins, the Vein Clinic offers a wide range of options including all traditional vein procedure treatments as well as foam sclerotherapy and endovenous procedure

Persons suffering from chronic venous disease can access specialists to treat their symptoms. The Vein Clinic follows a multispecialised team approach comprising vascular surgeons and angiologists in providing and managing care, including a dedicated follow-up of our patients to be certain that our treatment achieves expected results.

We specialise in the treatment of chronic venous leg swelling, enlarged veins, and poorly healing leg wounds. This service offers comprehensive care in the management of all aspects of venous disease, from the lifelong care of this problem, through management of any complications.

Symptoms


Key symptoms treated by the Venous Care Center include:

  1. Chronic swelling of legs
  2. Leg pain or itching
  3. Poorly healing leg wounds
  4. Enlarged (unsightly) veins


Treatment: A simple outpatient procedure

The Vein Clinic is a one-stop medical service center that specialises in the management of all stages of vein disorder; from diagnosis to laser elimination of spider veins to non-surgical treatment of the more serious varicose veins. Our services include:

  1. Ultrasound conducted by surgeon
  2. Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) Technique
  3. Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy
  4. Micro-Sclerotherapy with transillumination
  5. Mini-Ambulatory Phlebectomy
  6. Intense Pulse Light
  7. Polaris Laser
  8. Veinwave


Endovenous Laser Ablation of truncal veins


EVLA is a quick, minimally invasive laser procedure that leaves no scars, has a short and relatively pain-free postoperative recovery period, and is performed under local anaesthesia in the Venous Care Centre. An EVLA consult may be appropriate for patients who have symptoms related to incompetent veins.


Sclerotherapy


Through Ultrasound Imaging guidance, this method uses a tiny needle placed into a vein, which supplies varicose veins. Liquid (sclerosant) is infused, which scars the vein closed.


Venous Care Consult


A consult is appropriate for any individual experiencing chronic swelling of the legs, poorly healing leg wounds, leg pain, or unsightly, incompetent, or enlarged veins.


Service Order

Requests for any of these services are accepted on the order of a physician and the patient's request. As part of the consult, a complete history, physical, interview, and ultrasound Doppler with venous mapping will be ordered and performed. Referrals are accepted by either phone call or fax. The physician's office should fax the venous consult order, and Center staff will arrange for all the rest.

 

 

The Benefits of our Vein Center

  1. One Stop Care (diagnosis and treatment under "one roof")
  2. Ultrasound evaluation with immediate report
  3. Latest technologies
  4. Minimally invasive procedures with quick recovery
  5. Personalized care in a pleasant and friendly environment
  6. Excellent clinical and aesthetic results



For your information:

This page has been provided for your information and to answer common questions. This web-site has been prepared to answer questions about a variety of circulatory problems, ranging from cosmetic blemishes through to more serious underlying circulatory problems.

The site is intended to be a simple guide, answering commonly asked questions. It does not replace a formal consultation with a vascular or vein specialist, who will be in a better position to answer your questions fully.

 

 

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