Introducing the Best Vein Doctor in NJ
If you’re looking for the best vein doctor in NJ, you’re in luck. The Spider Vein and Varicose Vein Clinic has two brilliant vein specialists in New Jersey — Dr. Todd Kobrinski and Dr. Sareh Rajaee. Our vein doctors specialize in the latest minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments. They always diagnose the root cause of your vein problems to curate personalized vein treatment plans that ensure optimal results. Furthermore, they accept all major insurance plans, including Medicare, and actively help with insurance coverage.
Dr. Kobrinski completed his post-graduate training through the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City. During this period, he completed three years of Residency in Internal Medicine and five years of subspecialty Fellowships in Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology. Dr. Rajaee, meanwhile, completed her Master’s in Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health, followed by a Vascular Surgery Residency at Yale New Haven Hospital. As such, our medical directors in New Jersey are highly trained and experienced.
You can find the best vein doctors in NJ at our spider vein and varicose vein clinics in Clifton, Paramus, or Woodland Park. Our Clifton vein clinic is on route 46-E, just past the Ford dealership; our Paramus vein clinic is close to the Paramus Park Mall; our Woodland Park vein clinic is close to Garden State Plaza. To learn more about our vein doctors, you can schedule an appointment online or call us at +1 201-485-5020.
Below, we answer the most common questions about vein disease and vein treatments.
What doctor should I see for vein pain?
If you experience vein pain, leg pain, frequent leg cramps, restless leg syndrome, leg swelling, or general leg exhaustion or discomfort, you may have underlying chronic venous insufficiency. This is especially true if the symptoms worsen at the end of the day or after long periods of sitting or standing still. As such, if you notice the signs and symptoms of vein disease, you must consult a vein doctor, vein specialist, or phlebologist, i.e., a doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of vascular conditions.
What is a vein specialist doctor called?
The official terminology for a vein specialist is a “phlebologist.” This name comes from “phlebology,” which is the branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of vein problems, such as spider veins, varicose veins, and venous insufficiency. Vein specialists diagnose the root cause of your vein problems and curate personalized vein treatment plans to alleviate the symptoms. However, you must find the best vein doctors specializing in minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments.
How do I find the best vein doctor?
- Look for vein doctors within 30 to 60 minutes of your place of work or residence.
- The vein doctor should have excellent patient testimonials on all online platforms.
- The vein doctor should have graduated from a reputable medical school, such as Harvard Medical School, Yale Medical School, or others of similarly excellent standing.
- The vein doctor should have completed their residency and fellowship training.
- The vein doctor must specialize in vascular imaging.
- The vein doctor must provide minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments.
- The vein doctor must be incredibly kind and friendly.
- The vein doctor must provide free insurance verification for all patients.
How do you know if you have a vein problem?
You may have a vein problem if you experience any of the signs or symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency, the root cause of most vein problems. You must consult a vein doctor if you experience these symptoms: leg heaviness, leg pain, leg swelling, restless leg syndrome, frequent leg cramps, or spider veins. Furthermore, the signs and symptoms of vein disease worsen at the end of the day or after long periods of sitting or standing still.
Is walking good for varicose veins?
Yes, walking is good for varicose veins and general vascular health. It improves blood circulation, helps blood flow towards the heart, and strengthens the vein walls. Furthermore, it pushes some of the accumulated blood from your leg veins to your heart, thus alleviating the pressure caused by vein disease. However, walking only provides temporary relief from some of the symptoms of vein disease — it doesn’t treat varicose veins or chronic venous insufficiency. As such, if you have varicose veins, you must undergo medical treatments.
Can a dermatologist treat varicose veins?
Dermatologists often provide spider vein and varicose vein treatments, but they only focus on cosmetic relief. Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with skin problems. As such, dermatologists use laser treatments to make the spider veins and varicose veins shrink and fade away from the skin’s surface. However, this approach provides temporary relief, and the spider veins inevitably return because dermatologists aren’t trained to identify or treat underlying chronic venous insufficiency.
Can varicose veins go away naturally?
No, varicose veins cannot go away naturally. You can reduce the worst symptoms of varicose veins by wearing compression stockings and engaging in cardiovascular exercises. But that won’t make the varicose veins go away completely. The only way to treat varicose veins is through minimally invasive spider vein and varicose vein treatments at a reliable medical center.
Does insurance cover varicose veins?
Insurance plans generally cover procedures deemed to be medically necessary. As such, most insurance plans cover varicose vein treatments if they’re medically necessary, i.e., if you have underlying chronic venous insufficiency or severe leg heaviness and pain. Our vein doctors always perform thorough ultrasound scans to visualize the blood flow in your leg veins, diagnose chronic venous insufficiency, and help you achieve optimal insurance coverage. Please request free insurance verification today.