A Hawaii Vein Specialist Publishes a New Article about Recent Changes in Vein Treatment

Vein Clinics of Hawaii releases a new article to discuss cross-generational misinformation that can proliferate about varicose veins. According to Dr. Randall S. Juleff, if a mother had this problem and is now advising her child about what to do about them, it is likely that the information she’s giving is wrong. It’s not her fault; it’s just that vascular medicine has advanced in the last two decades.

According to Dr. Randall S. Juleff, medical director at Vein Clinics of Hawaii, “a generation ago there was a little medical science to treat vein related problems, so “living with them” is all you could do. Now there are lots of treatment options and one reliable way is “vein stripping” that was as onerous as its name implies.

In the article, Dr. Juleff explains that modern Maui vein treatment is not like this at all, and the treatment can be accomplished safely, easily, without hospitalization, and in about an hour. To learn more about this treatment, schedule a consultation today.

Vein problems are quite common afflictions in the United States, affecting up to 30 million people. While women tend to suffer from vein disease more frequently than men, both genders can be afflicted.

There are several safe and effective treatment options including the Venefit™ procedure, Microphlebectomy, and sclerotherapy. All procedures are minimally invasive, meaning they can be performed on an outpatient basis in the doctor’s office. They all help restore both the health and beauty of the legs with minimal discomfort and minimal downtime.

About Vein Clinics of Hawaii

Vein Clinics of Hawaii is a leading vein disease treatment center located on the island of Maui and serving patients from all surrounding areas. The clinic provides comprehensive care for several types of venous disease using today’s most advanced, minimally-invasive vein treatment options to relieve painful, unattractive vein problems.

Some of the leading-edge treatments the vein clinic of Hawaii provides are sclerotherapy, ambulatory phlebotomy, and the Venefit™ closure procedure for patients suffering from superficial venous reflux.

Dr. Randall S. Juleff and Dr. Shelby K. Bailey together founded Vein Clinics of Hawaii. Their combined skill and experience, along with their passion and commitment to treating all vein disease, ensure that patients receive the best care possible.

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