Varicose Vein Therapy | Greensboro Radiology

Vein Therapy

With our new VenaCure laser therapy you can end painful or unsightly varicose veins without surgery. If you’ve been putting off treatment for varicose veins because you are worried about painful traditional surgery and a lengthy recovery, now technology offers you a new option. 

Varicose veins usually occur in the legs. Normally, valves in your veins keep blood flowing, but the valves in varicose veins are either damaged or missing. This causes the veins to remain filled with blood, especially when you are standing. VenaCure fixes this problem right at the source by delivering just the right wavelength of laser energy to just the right tissue. That causes the problem vein to close, and your body automatically routes the blood to other healthy veins.

VenaCure laser therapy is minimally invasive. Your physician will make an incision so small it doesn’t even require stitches, to guide a laser fiber to the target area. You return to regular activity right away. In fact, you’ll walk right out of our offices when you’re all finished. 

Services we Offer:

Vascular Lab

Through our partnership with Greensboro Imaging, Greensboro Radiology offers a full-service Vascular Lab providing non-invasive testing of the arteries and veins of arms, legs, abdomen and neck.

Carotid Ultrasound Evaluation

  •  Asymptomatic bruit
  •  Transient ischemic attack (TIA)
  •  Stroke
  •  Atypical cerebral symptoms
  •  Follow up carotid stent or endarterectomy


  •  Suspected renovascular disease
  •  Hypertension
  •  Abdominal bruit
  •  Unexplained renal insufficiency
  •  Recurrent CHF
  •  Suspected mesenteric ischemia
  •  Post-prandial pain
  •  Aortic dissection
  •  Aortic aneurysm
  •  Pelvic vein thrombus
  •  Peripheral arterial disease
  •  Intracranial aneurysm

Peripheral Venous Evaluation

  •  Acute limb pain or swelling
  •  Pulmonary embolism
  •  Suspected deep venous thrombosis (DVT)
  •  Non-healing ulceration
  •  Chronic limb edema
  •  Varicose veins
  •  Post-thrombotic syndrome

Peripheral Arterial Evaluation

  •  Intermittent claudication
  •  Atypical extremity pain
  •  Rest pain
  •  Non-healing ulcer or lesion
  •  Gangrene
  •  Blue toe syndrome
  •  Digital ulcer or gangreneasospastic disorder
  •  Digital discoloration


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