Ambulatory Phlebectomy


Ambulatory Phlebectomy is a procedure developed in Europe for the treatment of medium to large veins. During the treatment, veins close to the skin’s surface are removed with a small knitting needle-like hook through pinhole punctures. Local anesthetic is used during this in-office minimally invasive procedure. Little or no down time is required, and ambulatory phlebectomy can be used in conjunction with sclerotherapy.