Healthy Idaho Magazine – Vein, Vein Go Away
Roughly 25% of women and 15% of men suffer from the pain and anxiety caused by varicose veins or spider veins. Read about Becky, a teacher in Boise, who dealt with fatigue, leg pain and aching for years, but just endured it because she’d been advised to avoid treatment until she was done having babies, and how Advanced Vein Therapy in Boise is using modern and patient-centered approaches to diagnose and treat common vein issues.
Healthy Idaho – Varicose Vein Treatment – KTVB News Channel 7 Interview
In this Healthy Idaho segment, Dr. Dan Wegner, an Interventional Radiologist with Advanced Vein Therapy, talks about treatment options for varicose veins. Click on the link below to listen to Dr. Wegner explain the risk factors for varicose veins and available treatment options.
Healthy Idaho – Venous Stasis Ulceration – KTVB News Channel 7 Interview
In this Healthy Idaho segment, Dr. Ian Davey with Advanced Vein Therapy talks about venous stasis ulceration. Click on the link below to listen to Dr. Davey explain how pressure can be reversed in the veins allowing skin ulcers to heal.
Healthy Idaho – Varicose Veins – KTVB News Channel 7 Interview
In this Healthy Idaho segment, Dr. Ian Davey with Advanced Vein Therapy talks about the treatment of varicose veins. Click on the link below to listen to Dr. Davey explain how varicose veins can be closed relieving painful and unsightly veins.
Why Choose AVT
The physicians that perform vein procedures at Advanced Vein Therapy are all board-certified Interventional Radiologists. This means they are subspecialty trained physicians who specialize in performing medical procedures that involve the use of imaging equipment such as x-ray, MRI, CT, and ultrasound to diagnose and treat disease.
Each year our radiologists and advanced practice providers perform thousands of procedures at area hospitals as well as Intermountain Medical Imaging. At AVT, our patients benefit from these physician’s years of experience with image guidance and ultrasound to diagnose and treat vein disease at the source, non-surgically.
In addition, the medical staff at AVT are all registered medical sonographers and/or vascular technologists, which means they have earned additional accreditation in vascular anatomy and imaging.