Advanced Vein Care
Advanced Vein Care at the Virginia Hospital Center is a comprehensive, multi-specialty center dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease (varicose veins). Advanced Vein Care was founded in 2003 under the leadership of Dr. Russ McWey, Chairman of Northern Virginia Radiology Consultants.
Interventional radiologists from NVRC, physician assistants, nurses, licensed vascular radiological technologists and support staff work closely to provide innovative treatment options for virtually all vein problems, both medical and aesthetic. Common disorders diagnosed and treated at Advanced Vein Care include venous insufficiency leading to leg pain and fatigue, varicose veins, spider veins, venous stasis ulcers, and leg wounds.
What are varicose veins?
Varicose veins are veins that become enlarged and twisted, resulting in the pooling of blood in the legs due to the veins’ failure to properly circulate the blood back toward the heart. Varicose veins are most common in the calf and thigh and – in severe cases – can rupture or form open sores called ulcers. Smaller spider veins appear as short fine lines, “starburst” clusters or a web-like maze and often have a red or bluish color. They are most common on the thigh, ankle, and feet. Even if you do not have unsightly varicose veins but experience leg pain, fatigue, heaviness, or burning, you may have venous insufficiency and could benefit from services offered by Advanced Vein Care at Virginia Hospital Center.
- Radiofrequency Ablation
- Evaluation and treatment of pelvic vein congestion syndrome
Advantages of Advanced Vein Care with NVRC
- Access to the latest diagnostic tools
- Fully accredited Vascular Lab provides rapid, accurate, and painless exams
- Treatment plans individualized to meet your specific needs
- Convenient hospital location allows direct access to all hospital medical services
- Experienced vein coordinator processes all insurance authorizations
- Full complement of expert medical, nursing, and ancillary staff
How can I learn more?
To learn more information, call 703-558-3220 to schedule an initial consultation and learn what opportunities exist to treat varicose veins and how we can help you.