Health Insurance Provides Opportunity for Total Vein Care Treatment

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Total Vein Care treatment and procedures are covered by health insurance. Treatment is considered medically necessary, rather than cosmetic. However, most insurance companies now require a conservative therapy treatment period of time prior to approving the surgery.

Despite uncertainty around healthcare reform, health plan insistence on more conservative treatment approaches for vein care and lack of patient awareness of available relief to life limiting vein diseases, Total Vein Care announced it will continue to be northern Colorado's specialty center for vein treatment. In fact, over the next several months, Total Vein Care intends to expand community education programs to key target markets suffering from venous insufficiency.

Total Vein Care treatment and procedures are covered by insurance. Treatment is considered medically necessary, rather than cosmetic, according to insurance companies. In lite of insurance companies now requiring a consdAll insurance companies are honored at Total Vein Care including Medicare, Medicaid, and Tricare. A stocking trial period is required by most insurance companies. So don’t wait until the last minute to schedule an appointment, especially if one has met their deductible for the year!

Renee, a client at Total Vein Care stated, "Had I known that the screening was free and that insurance was going to pay for it, I would have gotten my life back a long time ago." With the success of the VNUS Closure® procedure and Dr. Kaufman's proficiency and experience in vein care, patients find the results to be exceptional. The Total Vein Care staff replicates the same efficiency of Dr. Kaufman through explicit training and careful consideration of the well-being of every patient.

Patients also have the option of a free vein screening and one-on-one consultation with Dr. Kaufman. This opportunity produces a way for the doctor to determine if the treatment is cosmetic or medically necessary. It is also a great opportunity for patients to discuss their insurance coverage options.

Total Vein Care promotes Dr. Kaufman as a double board-certified surgeon and phlebologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of vein disorders, serving the Front Range for more than 25 years. His most modern procedure, the VNUS Closure®, is over 97% effective. Other traditional procedure options he practices include ambulatory phlebectomy, sclerotherapy, and ultrasound guided schlerotherapy. According to the Total Vein Care website, “Dr. Kaufman is Northern Colorado’s most experienced and skilled vein care specialist, with over 1,500 Closure® procedures performed!”

If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule a free consultation with Dr. Kaufman, please call the Total Vein Care office at 970.498.VEIN (8346) or visit our website at

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