Vein Treatment in Houston, TX
Welcome To Texas Endovascular
At Texas Endovascular, we are Vascular Interventional Radiologists, highly trained in state-of-the-art non-surgical alternatives to treat a variety of venous conditions for patients throughout the Houston Metro area. Our physicians have more than 30 years of experience in treating common conditions such as such as spider veins, uterine fibroids, peripheral vascular disease, and varicose veins.
All of the state-of-the-art treatments offered are performed in our Houston area offices. Our care involves minimal discomfort, and requires no general anesthesia (local only, when applicable) or pain medication. Texas Endovascular is the only practice in the area to offer transradial access through the wrist as well as access through the femoral artery in the groin.
We Are Committed to You
Dr. Fox, Dr. Hardee, and Dr. Valenson are committed to providing personalized care for each of their patients. They will take time to educate you about your specific condition, thoroughly answer your questions, and discuss all your treatment options. Your concerns about your condition and treatment are important to us, and you will be an active participant in your own healthcare decisions at every step.
Vein Treatment Specialists
Our expert physicians help patients with everything from diagnosis to treatment of vein and vascular conditions in the Houston area.
Uterine Fibroid Treatment
Texas Endovascular offers patients a minimally invasive, state-of-the-art, non-surgical treatment alternative for uterine fibroids and adenomyosis.
Covered by Most Insurance
Texas Endovascular accepts most major insurance plans and Medicare. Patients are best evaluated at the first signs of persistent symptoms.
Schedule a Consultation
Schedule a consultation with our Interventional Radiologists today to get started on the path toward a pain-free life.
What's New at Texas Endovascular
Are you wondering, when should I treat PAD? This read is for you because, if you’re showing signs of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), you may be scared. Chances are you’re experiencing symptoms such as leg cramps when you walk, changes in skin color,
What is a DVT? A DVT, or deep vein thrombosis, is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein in your body. Usually, DVTS form in your legs, and that can block your blood flow. Worse, a DVT can break free and flow to your lungs,
Spider veins vs varicose veins: what’s the difference and why does it matter? Well, both are vascular concerns. And both can impact the appearance of your legs. But there are clear differences between the two. And understanding those differences will help you find the right treatment.
This week, we marked World Diabetes Day, and that’s why you need to know about Diabetes and PAD, a dangerous combination. After all, Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) limits your blood flow. Then, high blood sugar levels can also compromise your blood flow.