Venaseal is a minimally–invasive procedure used to treat chronic venous insufficiency, a condition in which the veins in the leg are unable to carry enough blood back to the heart, leading to blood pooling in the leg and causing symptoms such as swelling, pain, and skin discoloration.
It is done by using a special medical adhesive to close off problem veins, allowing the body to reroute the blood through healthier veins. This procedure is much less invasive than traditional vein surgery, and the recovery time is much shorter.
It is also associated with fewer complications and a lower risk of recurrence of symptoms. Venaseal has proven to be an effective and safe treatment for chronic venous insufficiency, and it is quickly becoming the preferred option for many patients.