Doing something about your varicose or spider veins has been on your to-do list for a while. You’d love to get your legs in shape to show off before summer. You want to find a vein clinic that uses the latest vein technology and is staffed by board-certified doctors.

Think you’ll have to travel far from your home in Vernon Hills to find the clinic you’re looking for? Think again! Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists fits the bill. They have two locations in the Chicagoland area, with one practically at your back door.

Two Locations

Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists’ Libertyville office is located at 900 Technology Way, Suite 230. That’s just about six miles from Vernon Hills, and will only take you around 10 minutes by car.

Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists also has a location in Arlington Heights, about 17 miles and half an hour from Vernon Hills. The Arlington Heights address is 1614 W. Central Rd., #100.

Knowing a great vein clinic is just a few miles from home can help you make the decision to finally do something about your varicose and spider veins.

What Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists Offers

This vein clinic offers the most up-to-date methods for vein treatment. Treatments include:

  • Endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) for varicose veins. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, an estimated 20 percent of adults will develop varicose veins in their lifetimes. Varicose veins are bulging veins that are close to the surface of the skin. They can often be unsightly and painful. EVLT is a procedure that causes varicose veins to become smaller by using a laser to seal the vein’s walls together. This procedure is both quick and effective, taking less than one hour to complete.
  • Laser treatments for spider veins. Spider veins are similar to varicose veins but smaller. They usually don’t hurt, but having spider veins makes many people self-conscious about showing their legs in public. Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists treat spider veins with cosmetic laser treatments using a handheld device. This procedure also takes less than one hour, and patients can get back to their normal routines very quickly.
  • Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy for deeper varicose veins. Most varicose veins are close to the surface of the skin. However, some are not. Ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy is a solution for these varicose veins. An ultrasound helps to pinpoint the location of the vein so that a small needle can be inserted into the skin. Then a sclerosing agent can be injected, shrinking the vein. The procedure is quick and minimally invasive. Best of all, results can be seen and felt almost immediately.

Meet the Physicians

The physicians at Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists are board-certified vascular surgeons. They are also both women–which isn’t too common in vascular surgery, where only around 2 percent of practicing vascular surgeons are women.  Dr. Susanne Woloson has been in private practice for vascular surgery since 2000. Dr. Elizabeth Clark has been practicing vascular surgery for more than 20 years. The doctors formed Northwest Vascular and Vein Specialists in 2014 at the Arlington Heights location, opening the Libertyville location two years later.

Their clinic focuses on both the latest technology and on providing the best patient care. Reviews of this vein clinic mention the friendliness and professionalism of its doctors and staff. They respect people’s busy schedules and make it a priority to see patients at the time of their appointments. Their offices are small, and the staff and doctors take the time to get to know their patients.

Vernon Hills is a great place to live and raise a family. Vernon Hills has a population of 26,328. It’s also close to an excellent clinic for treating varicose and spider veins.