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What are Varicose Veins ?

Varicose veins are bulging, often painful veins that may affect the legs of people at all ages. They are a result of venous hypertension from poorly functioning valves and when untreated, and can lead to skin pigmentation, eczema and ulcers in the legs and ankles over time. They may also cause clots to form in the veins of the legs that can sometimes have serious consequences if the clots migrate to the heart and lungs.

Treatment of these veins requires an accurate diagnosis of the location, size and networks of the diseased veins a form of vein map. This will guide your doctor to discuss and help you choose the most appropriate treatment for you.

Our state-of-the-art non-invasive vascular diagnostic laboratory at International Modern Hospital together with our highly experienced board accredited Vascular Sonographers will ensure that the assessment is as comprehensive as possible.



  1. Microsclerotheraphy for spider veins in the legs
  2. Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLT)
  3. Ultrasound Guided Injection & Foam Sclerotheraphy
  4. Endovenous Glue closure for veins


Detailed Explanations & Guidance Through The Process

State of The Art Facilities

Excellent Outcomes For Complex Procedures

More Than 15 Years Of Experience


Why do varicose veins occur?

Varicose veins are a common condition caused by weak or damaged vein walls and valves. They occur from conditions that impede the blood in the veins from returning to the heart, like pregnancy, obesity or a tumor. Heredity too plays a role in who is likely to develop varicose veins, as are professions like teaching or nursing that involve prolonged periods of standing.

What are some of the symptoms of varicose veins?

The enlarged, bluish rope-like veins are usually obvious. Other symptoms include swelling around the ankle and lower leg, a feeling of heaviness and ache in the legs and feet especially at the end of the day, itching and dark pigmentation of the skin around the ankles and leg cramps at night.

What is it like whilst recovering from a minimally invasive vein procedure?

Most of our patients are walking on the same day after the procedure and can get back to normal activity a week or so after. Wearing measured medical compression stockings allow a quicker return to normal. Brisk 30 minute daily walks are advised from the day after the procedure, though you should avoid strenuous exercise for a couple of weeks.

Specialist General Surgeon

Dr. Rohit Kumar is a reputed Specialist General Surgeon with a keen focus on Minimal Access and Bariatric Surgery. Having decades of experience in the medical field, Dr. Kumar surpasses all forms of excellence and has the drive to learn more. He’s headed surgical departments in renowned hospitals and has undertaken specialized fellowships on several topics.