Sonoran Vein and Endovascular Now Offering the Radiofrequency Ablation as a Valued Procedure to Help Patients Feel Relief Again

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Radiofrequency neurotomy, also called radiofrequency ablation or lesioning, is a minimally invasive procedure that can provide lasting pain relief.

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People rarely associate their leg pain to a concept as simple as a vein problem, why?

Patients have been through it all by the time they walk in the door, from being to every specialist for their legs not knowing the cause attributing to their sometimes debilitating discomfort.

Having the means to treat patients comes with a dedicated Provider, staff and patients alike. At Sonoran Vein and Endovascular, the 1st Accredited Vein Center in Arizona, offering the Radiofrequency Ablation is a valued procedure to help patients feel relief again.

The major cause for vein issues is referred to as chronic venous insufficiency. This diagnosis originates from several factors, some of which hold patients powerless to their pain. Contributing problems are diabetes, smoking or being on their legs day in and day out. People begin with signs and symptoms of leg fatigue, cramping, heaviness, dull, achy legs, to having outright painful legs. More so, for those with non-healing wounds, the ablation is an option most would never think to assist with healing processes. To increase circulation is not just something to jump start the way legs feel, but it becomes an asset to the overall process to heal troublesome leg wounds in a way other treatments may not be able to.

People all over want to have relief, no matter the ailment, why not those with leg problems? Taking care of venous insufficiency offers an opportunity for patients to thrive and finally feel relief from their symptoms.

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