When you have trouble with your veins, seek help from an experienced vein doctor who understands that seemingly minor conditions can lead to serious consequences. In Brooklyn, including the neighborhoods of Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill and the Navy Yard, call Dr. Sergei Sobolevsky at the Downtown Vein & Vascular Center for prompt attention and a wide range of vein treatments. Get pain relief and avoid further risks with treatments aimed at your specific needs.
Why Are Vein Treatments Important?
When blood doesn’t flow properly from your veins back to your heart, it’s usually due to valves not working as they should. What happens next is that the blood pools in the area, which can lead to painful conditions. Treat veinous insufficiency and other vein disorders quickly to avoid lengthy and increasingly more painful problems.
Receive advanced treatment by the best vein expert in New York City at the Downtown Vein & Vascular Center. The doctor and his team of experienced Vein and Vascular Specialists provide a wealth of recommendations for how to prevent vein problems and treat them when they do appear.
What Are Common Vein Treatments at the Downtown Vein & Vascular Center?
While everyone needs different levels of care, the most common treatments provided on a regular basis at the Downtown Vein & Vascular Center include:
- Endovenous laser ablation
- Radiofrequency ablation
- Endovascular therapy
- Sclerotherapy for varicose veins and spider veins
- Vascular and arterial embolization
- Ambulatory phlebotomy
- Venograms and venous stenting
The earlier you seek and receive treatment for vein and artery issues, the less invasive the treatment. Don’t wait until you experience the symptoms of deep vein thrombosis, a painful disorder that causes blood clots, before you seek treatment.
Dr. Sobolevsky’s vein treatment gave me impressive results. The procedure was painless and the recovery time was minimal. I’m grateful for his expertise and would highly recommend him to anyone seeking vein treatment.
What Happens if You Don’t Get Vein Treatment for Problem Veins?
Most of the conditions that require vein treatments aren’t life-threatening, but some may be life-threatening, such as deep venous thrombosis or venous ulcers. Venous problems may lead to painful and sometimes debilitating disorders. When a deep vein blood clot forms from deep vein thrombosis, it can break loose and travel to your lungs, putting you into an emergency situation.
The most common side effects of untreated vein disorders include:
- Increased pain
- Ulcers on your legs
- Unsightly changes on your skin
- Larger bulging veins
- Inflammation and swelling
- Leg cramps
- Muscle spasms
Contact the Downtown Vein & Vascular Center if you have conditions that require vein treatments. Ease your current suffering and prevent further complications with treatment for any vein condition, including:
Dr. Paul S. Greenfield, Chairman of Vascular Surgery at Harvard Medical School: “Vein treatments are not just about improving the appearance of your legs. They can also help to prevent serious complications, such as blood clots and ulcers.”
Sergei Sobolevsky, MD, is a leading specialist in endovascular medicine with experience in vascular and interventional radiology. Dr. Sobolevsky has decades of experience in the field, with over 25,000 procedures performed, accumulating extensive experience in image-guided minimally invasive medicine, diagnosing and treating a range of conditions.
Dr. Sobolevsky earned his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree in 1997 from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He received his specialty clinical training in vascular and interventional radiology at Harvard University. Later, he earned his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. Recognized as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor and named to the Top Doctors New York Metro Area in 2020, 2021, and 2022, Dr. Sobolevsky is licensed in multiple states, has delivered presentations at numerous institutions in the US and abroad, and now acts as a clinical advisor for the biomedical industry. He also held multiple positions in the field during his career, including Chief of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the Columbia University Medical Center in New York, NY, Senior Vice President in Clinical and Regulatory Affairs at Artann Laboratories in North Brunswick, NJ, and Medical Director at the American Endovascular and Amputation Prevention Center in Brooklyn.More About Dr. Sobolevsky
Downtown Vein Treatment Center
480 Court Street, Ste 101
Brooklyn, NY 11231