Vein Doctors of Webster, Texas
390 East Medical Center Blvd
Webster, TX 77598
Regular Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8am – 5pm
Common Types of Vein Disease That We Treat
Texas Endovascular recently launched the opening of our newest vein treatment center, which is located just south of Houston in Webster, Texas. Dr. AJ Valenson is now accepting new patients at this location for a variety of diagnostic and treatment services, including:
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common condition that often develops over time. While PAD itself is not typically very harmful to an individual, it can easily lead to more serious complications and conditions such as a heart attack or stroke. Our vein specialists are able to diagnose PAD using simple imaging tests and procedures including Ankle-Brachial Index testing, Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA), or Computed Tomography (CT) scans.
Spider Vein Treatment
Most patients seek to treat their spider veins due to the unpleasant look that these discolored veins and vessels create on the surface of the legs. For many years, the vein doctors at Texas Endovascular have used sclerotherapy as a preferred course of treatment for spider veins.
Varicose Vein Treatment
While spider veins typically exist in thin groupings, varicose veins are much thicker and will usually be visible throughout a large portion of the patient’s leg. These large, bulging veins are not only visually displeasing, but they can also have significant impacts on a person’s general health if left untreated.
Learn About Our Other Vascular Services
Although our vein treatment specialists primarily deal with cases of the vascular diseases listed above, we also assist patients with the management of lymphedema, leg ulcers, and edema. To schedule a consultation with the interventional radiologists of Texas Endovascular, please call our office in Webster, Texas at 713-575-3686.