Did you know that some leg vein conditions may be cosmetic, but others can be symptoms of serious health problems
in your legs? Many people even complain of unseen symptoms which should not be ignored. Unfortunately, some are likely to ignore the early signs of venous disease, leaving them more vulnerable.
It is important to have a trained, experienced vein expert perform your vein treatment, which may be covered by your insurance company. Read on about vein disease and insurance coverage to learn what you need to know.
What Insurance Covers
Since insurance companies vary widely on coverage, we will check in advance with your carrier to see what services are included in your plan. Once you are evaluated through the office we will review medical necessity and insurance policies regarding coverage for treatment. We will let you know if your insurance will cover your recommended treatment plan and whether or not any type of prior authorization is required. If your insurance plan does not cover treatment we will review other methods of payment such as , Care Credit and self pay.
Nearly 25% of the world’s population suffers from some type of vein problem. They range from conditions like chronic venous insufficiency to venous thrombosis. Vein disease is associated with unsightly bulging veins or discoloration of the skin and spider veins however not everyone that has vein disease has visual symptoms but suffer from physical symptoms such as pain, heaviness in the leg that is relieved with elevation,cramps and itching and burning.
We invite you to take this Personal Vein Health Assessment to see if you may be at risk for venous insufficiency. The assessment covers a variety of factors including your health and wellness, family history, current lifestyle.
We will help with determining eligibility of insurance coverage from your provider. For help in determining if you are covered, contact us online or call us at 877-640-VEIN (8346) to schedule a complimentary vein screening today.