Radio Frequency Therapy
The principle of radiofrequency therapy (ClosureFast™ procedure) is based on the fact that the diseased veins (varicose veins) are heated and closed by a catheter with an integrated heating coil.
Remove varicose veins
At the Venenzentrum am See in Feldmeilen, we prefer to treat varicose veins with minimally invasive endovenous therapies. Compared to surgical procedures, they offer better results and higher patient satisfaction. We perform heat sclerotherapy by radiofrequency under local anesthesia, so that the treatment gives you as little pain as possible.
With over 3,000 procedures already performed with Medtronic ClosureFast™, Venenzentrum am See is a certified reference center. You are welcome to view our ClosureFast™ certificate.
Advantages of radiofrequency therapy
- minimal, painless surgery
- little bleeding into the tissue
- best possible cosmetic results
- no inpatient stay
- short treatment time
- rapid return to normal daily activities
Why us as your vein doctor?
Over 25 years experience
At Venenzentrum am See, we have specialized in the treatment of vein disorders for about 25 years.
Minimally invasive procedures
As an alternative to surgical treatment of venous disorders, we prefer to use minimally invasive procedures.
Fast & uncomplicated appointment
You can quickly and easily make an appointment online or call us.
Outpatient & painless treatment of venous disorders
The use of minimally invasive procedures allows for outpatient and low-pain treatment.
Comprehensive diagnostics & patient education
We offer a holistic vein clarification with the most modern equipment available.
Practice in central location
Our practice is in a preferred location near the Herrliberg-Feldmeilen train station.
Further treatment spectrum
Endovenous therapy includes the closure of varicose veins by heat or with glue.
For the sclerotherapy of spider veins and varicose veins, we use liquid sclerotherapy as well as foam sclerotherapy with success.
Phlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure to remove varicose veins from the side branches of the truncal vein.