Improving Vein Health

With expertise in utilizing advanced radiofrequency and laser technologies, our highly skilled specialists offer vein ablation procedures that have transformed the treatment landscape for venous insufficiency. Patients can trust in the effectiveness, safety, and efficiency of these innovative solutions.

What Is Vein Ablation? 

Vein ablation is a modern medical procedure aimed at treating varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency. By utilizing innovative techniques such as heat or laser energy, our experienced specialists effectively close or seal abnormal veins. This redirecting of blood flow helps improve overall vein health and provides relief from symptoms. At Vein Specialist Centers, we prioritize patient well-being and offer minimally invasive vein ablation options. Our dedicated team is committed to providing personalized care and ensuring optimal outcomes. Trust in our expertise and advanced solutions to address your vein issues with safety, efficiency, and remarkable results.

Treatment Options

Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) employs the utilization of thermal energy from radiofrequency waves to address vein issues. By selectively closing targeted veins, RFA aids in redirecting blood flow, leading to improved vein health and offering patients an effective and minimally invasive treatment option.

Laser Vein Ablation

Endovenous laser vein ablation (EVLA) is an advanced procedure used to treat varicose veins and venous insufficiency. By applying laser energy to the affected vein, it generates heat, causing the vein to shrink and close off. This minimally invasive treatment offers patients precise and effective results with minimal discomfort and downtime.

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Our NJ Vein Center Conveniently Located in Woodbridge Township, New Jersey

Consider Vein Specialist Centers in Woodbridge Township, situated in northern Middlesex County, New Jersey, known for its robust transportation network and large commuter population to New York City. With a population exceeding 100,000 residents, Woodbridge is a healthcare hub, including several vein treatment clinics. Led by Dr. Faisal Siddiqi, our Woodbridge location prioritizes quality care and patient-centered approach, ensuring comfort and personalized attention, supported by dedicated ultrasound technicians, Alex DiGiorgio and Dana Wengryn.

Directions to The Vein Specialist Centers in Woodbridge Township Near You

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To get to our vein clinic near South Plainfield NJ,

About 5 Miles using Oak Tree Ave

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To get to our vein clinic near Avenel NJ,

Via Chain O’Hills Rd

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To get to our vein clinic near Port Reading NJ,

via Port Reading Ave and Green St

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To get to our vein clinic near Metuchen NJ,

Via NJ-27 N

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To get to our vein clinic near Colonia NJ,

via Fairview Ave or Chain O’Hills Rd

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To get to our vein clinic near Fords NJ,

via Main St and Green St or take the Garden State Pkwy

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To get to our vein clinic near Edison NJ,

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RFA or EVLA: How to Choose

When faced with the decision between radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and laser vein ablation, there are key considerations to keep in mind. These include the size and location of the affected veins, as well as your personal preferences and the expertise of the vein specialist. Both RFA and EVLA have demonstrated exceptional efficacy and safety in treating venous insufficiency, delivering long-lasting results with minimal discomfort and downtime. Our experienced vein specialist will carefully assess your condition and provide a tailored treatment plan, taking into account the unique characteristics of your veins and your specific goals. Count on us to guide you toward the optimal choice for your vein treatment journey.

Vein Ablation: Is It Painful?

When performing the minimally invasive procedures of radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and endovenous laser ablation (EVLA), our vein specialists always prioritize patient comfort. Local anesthesia may be used to numb the treatment area, ensuring a pain-free experience during the procedure.

During RFA, patients may feel a warming sensation or mild discomfort as the thermal energy is delivered to the targeted vein. Some individuals may also experience a slight pulling or tugging sensation as the catheter is guided through the vein. However, any discomfort is usually well-managed and short-lived.

Similarly, during EVLA, patients may experience a sensation of warmth or tingling as the laser energy is applied to the vein. Some individuals may also feel mild discomfort or pressure during the treatment. However, like RFA, any discomfort experienced during the procedure is typically minimal and temporary.

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Plan Your Visit

Vein Clinic in Woodbridge Township 
1200 Greene Street
Woodbridge Township, NJ 08830

Call us: (908) 800-0613

Mon: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tue: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wed: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thu: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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Why Choose Vein Specialist Centers in Woodbridge Township?

At Vein Specialist Centers in Woodbridge Township, we place your well-being and satisfaction above all else. Led by Dr. Faisal Siddiqi, an esteemed board-certified vein specialist, our center is dedicated to providing exceptional care. With his Ivy-League medical training background and extensive expertise in minimally invasive vascular procedures, Dr. Siddiqi is a renowned leader in the field. Recognized as a Top Doctor in New Jersey by prestigious organizations like Castle Connolly and Jersey’s Choice, his exceptional skills and commitment to excellence make him one of the top vein doctors in the state. Trust your vein health to our experienced team at Vein Specialist Centers.

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