Montana Vein Clinic invites you to visit us for a superior experience in varicose vein care. This is accomplished through the cumulative efforts of physician specialists and dedicated staff that use the most complete assembly of modern technology for varicose vein diagnosis and treatment. An advanced vascular imaging center, staffed by board certified and fellowship trained radiologists, is the only one of its kind in the region. Minimally invasive techniques performed by an experienced surgeon are comfortably and safely done in the office setting without the need for general anesthesia. Treatments are precisely guided by ultrasound, utilize laser and radiofrequency technology, and leave only tiny incisions. With rapid healing and only minimal discomfort after treatment you can return to normal activity immediately and are back on your feet in no time.
Sclerotherapy uses very tiny needles and is the preferred approach for small vein treatment. Montana Vein Clinic skillfully utilizes a variety of sclerotherapy techniques:
Larger operations that were once commonplace in vascular surgery - such as the vein stripping operation - have been rendered nearly obsolete with today's minimally invasive varicose vein treatments.
Montana Vein Clinic, Advanced Medical Imaging, and Bozeman Deaconess Hospital come together to offer the most complete venous imaging evaluation available. Often, vein clinics which claim to be comprehensive can offer only ultrasound and have no radiologists on staff. In contrast, Montana Vein Clinic obtains detailed ultrasound exams using skilled sonagraphers and interpreted by board-certified radiologists. In addition, MRI and CT scans, both with 3-D venous phase digital reconstruction, and contrast venography are all available when needed for a more in-depth evaluation of venous anatomy.
Fellowship trained interventional radiologists are available to perform minimally invasive endovascular procedures for patients with complex venous disease. Percutaneous endovenous stenting and ballon angioplasty are just two of the potential treatments that can be offered those who have damage or narrowing to veins from prior blood clots (DVT) in the leg.