Treatment of Varicose Veins of the legs without Surgery at the Lowest Cost

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How are Varicose Veins of the legs treated without surgery or pain?
Varicose veins are treated in many ways and easily, varicose veins are one of the most common health problems among people, as veins in the legs and feet being the most likely to develop it due to walking or standing for prolonged periods.

Varicose veins of the legs is a common disease:
Varicose veins are enlarged veins due to weak valves, which perform the task of pushing the blood backwards into the heart to be pumped back into the body. Poor valves lead to blood accumulation in infected veins so the veins swell and begin to appear visibly on the surface of the skin.

Varicose veins of the legs is a common vascular disease lately due to:
- Increased proportion among women as a result of hormonal changes in the body, especially in pregnancy, in addition to the weight of the uterus, increased fetal size and increased pressure on the veins of the legs; This results in less blood flow from the leg to the pelvis.
- It also occurs as a result of walking or standing for prolonged periods and continuing in the same position for a long time; This affects blood flow to the veins in the legs.
- The symptoms of varicose veins increase due to older age as veins lose their flexibility and their valves work less efficiently.
- Weight gain also leads to the appearance of varicose veins, which causes pressure on the veins of the legs.
- Lack of exercise.
- Genetic factors and the existence of family history increase a person's likelihood of having varicose veins.

Varicose veins of the legs can double up to the formation of ulcers and the occurrence of clots in the blood; It is therefore preferred to be treated in Dr. Waleed el-Daly's clinics either using laser or injections or both through modern CLaCS technology.

Symptoms of Varicose Veins of the legs:
In some cases, the incidence of varicose veins is simple and does not cause pain. The problem then only affects the aesthetic shape of the legs. In others, the incidence of varicose veins leads to the following symptoms:
• The prominent appearance of varicose veins on the affected skin.
• Feeling pain in the legs when standing or sitting for a long time.
• Feeling heavy and swelling down the legs.
• Itching around infected veins.
• Skin discolouration and ankle swelling.
An experienced doctor should be visited; if these symptoms appear because the delay in treatment may waste the opportunity of treatment without surgery.

How can Varicose veins be treated without surgery?
Previously, traditional surgery was common and known as vein binding, this procedure involves making small cracks and binding the infected vein before its adhesion point to a deep vein and removing it through those cracks.

With the development of medical technology, appeared non-surgical procedures for the treatment of Varicose veins:
Varicose veins can be treated without surgery by using modern medical techniques such as interventional laser techniques and injection therapy. These modern techniques made it possible to treat varicose veins without having to go for surgical procedures and only by relying on local anaesthesia, so that the patient does not feel any pain.

Laser energy for treating Varicose veins:
Laser energy can be used and shed on damaged veins, as laser energy causes them to be closed with heat and the vein eventually shrinks and is absorbed over time. Needles are not needed to be used and cracks are not made in this procedure, after which the patient can leave the hospital and return to normal life.

Features of Laser Therapy:
• Simple and non-surgical operation and does not need a recovery period thereafter.
• It takes place under local anaesthesia and the patient does not feel any pain.
• You don't need any surgical stitches.
• Risks are almost non-existent.
• Results appear after two or more sessions and the patient feels better.

Treatment by injections:
The goal of injection therapy is to destroy the veins by injecting with a special solution, that solution affects the veins and leaves scars inside them; Which forces the blood to head to the healthy veins. Eventually, the infected veins disappear over time and the leg appearance improves over a suitable period of time.

Ultrasound radio treatment:
This procedure is similar to laser therapy, where ultrasound radio waves are passed through the catheter to reach the target veins, affecting the veins and causing them to contract. Laser and ultrasonic radio waves can also be used together to target deep veins.

CLaCS technique is the latest method of treating Varicose Veins:
CLaCS technology is the progress in the field of vascular surgery because of its multiple advantages due to the combination of sclerotherapy and laser methods; Ensuring access to the best outcomes for the treatment of varicose veins. This is done by shining lasers on capillaries first and then injecting them afterwards. This is in addition to relying on a vein detector that allows visibility of the deep veins exposed to future varicose veins, allowing them to be handled in a professional manner.

CLaCS technology allows the treatment of feeder veins that are easy to track through the veins detector; This contributes to the non-emergence of varicose veins in the future and retains the health and appearance of the aesthetic leg.

All of these features are obtained by the patient without feeling pain due to the cooling device used in the CLaCS technique. This device provides low temperature; It thus protects the patient from feeling pain.

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The session takes a number of minutes and the patient does not need his recovery period, but can complete his life normally and free of the pain and constraints he felt before undergoing treatment, and also will not need to wear compression socks. The patient may need to undergo another session after 3 months according to his condition and this will be determined by Dr. Waleed El-Daly.

Dr. Waleed El-Daly, Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery and Diabetic Foot Treatment at Cairo University, is the first to apply the CLaCS technique in Egypt to serve patients with varicose veins in Egypt and the Arab Countries. This unique technique has proved to be a remarkable success in treating various varicose veins.

There are also several tips to follow:
Excess weight loss.
Lift the leg while sitting.
Do not wear tight clothes.
Wear pressurized medical socks.

As you can see, there are multiple non-surgical techniques that can be used to deal with different leg varicose conditions in their grades and causes, so don't worry, but ask the best doctor in vascular surgery to seek consultation and start the appropriate treatment steps for your condition and symptoms.

Best doctor in Varicose veins treatment in Egypt:
Dr. Waleed El-Daly is an Assistant Professor of vascular surgery and diabetic foot treatment at Cairo University, the best doctor for treatment of varicose veins in legs without surgery due to his experience that extends to many years in treatments with state-of-the-art medical methods both outside Egypt in Europe and America, to help patients recover faster without having to undergo surgery.

Dr. Waleed El-Daly is also privileged to be present in more than one clinic so he is always keen to be with his patients and to make it easier for them to reach him.