CVTC – Vein Specialist in New Jersey Asks If You Need Specialized Vein Treatment

The Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center, led by New Jersey vascular doctor, Dr. Imtiaz Ahmad, is dedicated exclusively to the treatment of vein disorders. All forms of specialized vein treatment are available. For patients where conservative treatment has failed, advanced modern technologies can safely and effectively eliminate varicose and spider veins.

One of the best vein doctors in New Jersey, Dr. Ahmad has extensive experience and honed expertise in all of the following procedures: sclerotherapy, radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser therapy and microphlebectomy. The Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center has gained national acclaim for vein disease treatment in New Jersey.

All patients undergo a thorough history evaluation and physical examination. An ultrasound venous reflux study is performed to localize and quantitate the severity of venous disease. Based on your specific findings, Dr. Ahmad determines which procedure is best for you. Although early treatment generally promises the best results, Dr. Ahmad’s extensive experience in phlebology is reflected in his noteworthy success in treating more advanced venous disease.

Dr. Ahmad is a Board certified vascular surgeon who understands the importance of working closely with your family physician to resolve your immediate health problems and, hopefully,  help you establish a lifelong pattern of healthy living. Dr. Ahmad and his staff are highly trained professionals who are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of surgical care and professional guidance.

What should New Jersey residents know about specialized vein treatment?

New Jersey spider and varicose veins doctor, Dr. Ahmad, is in the best position to determine the right choice of procedure for your particular problem. All procedures are performed on an outpatient basis with no need for general anesthesia. Patients are allowed to return home the same day and often return to work the following day.

Sclerotherapy is a form of treatment used for both varicose or spider veins where a chemical irritating agent is injected directly into the diseased vein. In radiofrequency ablation, a controlled amount of heat is applied to the diseased vein causing it to seal shut.  During endovenous laser therapy, Dr. Ahmad uses an ultrasound to guide a very small catheter into the problematic vein.  Heat from a laser fiber inside the catheter is used to seal off the vein walls, which in turn reduces tension on surface veins. The body then automatically reroutes blood to healthier vessels. Endovenous laser therapy is a safe and effective alternative to both surgery and other minimally invasive forms of treatment. Microphlebectomy is the removal of varicose vein clusters. This is typically performed after the venous closure procedure of the saphenous vein.

What New Jersey residents should know about the Comprehensive Vein Treatment Center

Dr. Ahmad has assembled a superbly capable and dedicated staff to support him in his mission of treating all patients with the highest degree of professionalism. Not only is his staff abreast of pertinent technical knowledge but they are also uniquely talented in responding to patients’ emotional needs and concerns.  You can entrust your specialized vein care needs into the hands of Dr. Ahmad and his team at the Comprehensive Vein Care Center with complete confidence.

Imtiaz Ahmad, MD

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