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Advanced Vein Center

If you have varicose or spider veins, you’re not alone. You are one of over 40 million Americans with the same health issue. The good news is that today’s technology is providing a wide variety of non-invasive solutions which make treatment easier and more effective than ever before.

At the Advanced Vein Center in Medford, Oregon, we can help. Our site provides information about varicose and spider vein health issues and the vein treatments.

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Many insurance providers cover vein treatments with a referral from your physician.


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Illustration showing normal and varicose veins

Varicose veins are enlarged, ropelike veins that occur in the legs. Often dark blue in color, they appear near or raised above the surface of the skin.

Varicose veins don’t occur suddenly. In fact, they usually take years to develop. Although they’re often inherited, anyone can get them. And they’re common for people who have had certain types of leg injuries or deep-vein blood clots.

Illustration of spider veins

Spider veins are the threadlike red and purple blood vessels that occur in patches on the legs and the face. They are often as delicate as a spider’s web, which is how they get their name. The patches also resemble tiny sunbursts, tree branches, or simple lines.