BALTIC VEIN CLINIC IS A ONE-STOP SHOP!
A good result of the treatment can only be achieved by applying a comprehensive solution to the problem, starting with accurate diagnosis, and ending with active rehabilitation. The Baltic Vein Clinic offers all rational treatment methods and their combinations for treatment of vein diseases. The following treatment methods are applied in the clinic:
VenaSeal™ Closure System
This is not a thermal or chemical ablation method. A vein is closed from the inside using VenaSeal™ Closure System.
Endovenous laser surgery (laser coagulation) – EVLT is performed using Eufoton LASEmaR 1500 (1470 nm) diode laser, Eufoton laser LASEmaR 2000 (1940 nm), Biolitec Ceralas (1470 nm) diode laser, Biolitec Ceralas (980 nm), Dornier Medtech medilas D (980 nm) and Dornier Medtech medilas D (1470 nm) diode laser.
Endovenous radiofrequency (RFO) surgery (obliteration) – RFO is performed using VNUS Medical Technologies 6301 Premier radiofrequency device.
Endovenous radiofrequency surgery – EVRF is performed using F Care systems NV device
Drug therapy is used as the main type of treatment and in combination with other types of therapy.
Carried out in foam technique under ultrasound guidance. The Veinlite® Transilluminator halogen light device is additionally used to ensure accuracy (in case of small vessels).
The only one in Latvia – measurement with IMAGE 3D device for precise sizing of compression stockings! We offer the opportunity to manufacture compression stockings specifically for the patient within a week in Germany or choose ready compression stockings, tights, and compression product accessories.
Varady vein surgery (miniphlebectomy) is performed through small, 1-3 mm skin incisions.
Endovenous thermal occlusion with steam micro-impulses – SVS is performed using CERMA GEN10.W endovenous thermal occlusion system.
Important! The method must be selected for the patient; the patient must not be selected for the method!
Make sure that the clinic of your choice has all the required treatment techniques at their disposal.