Phlebology

We know how important it's to keep your feet in top shape. We offer the latest technology for the treatment of problematic veins.

Our experience

Our

approach

An individual approach to each client and a combination of modern methods of treatment with traditional ones enable our specialists to carry out effective and efficient procedures in the treatment of the venous system.
Types

of procedures

We offer innovative methods of vein treatment: VenaBLOCK system, mini-phlebectomy, endovenous laser ablation and sclerotherapy. Early detection of problems allows conservative treatment methods to be applied.
Result

The amount of necessary correction and the method of treatment is selected based on your clinical and ultrasound examinations. You will receive the most effective and aesthetic result with a short and comfortable rehabilitation period.

Our approach to phlebology

Statistics say that every sixth man and every fourth woman have diseases and pathologies of the venous system of the legs. Enlarged veins in the legs, swelling, a feeling of heaviness in the legs, cramps, the appearance of spider veins, soreness and tingling in the legs.

If at least one of the symptoms is familiar to you, then you need to be proactive and contact a specialist in our Medical Club. We offer an individual approach and effective methods of diagnosis and treatment using European equipment.

Doctors

All doctors

Oleg
Nykoniuk

Phlebologist. Surgeon. Board-certified doctor. 35 years of surgical practice

Serhii
Hryshai

Plastic surgeon. Hair transplantation expert. Phlebologist. 12 years of surgical expertise 

Service cost

 
Name of service
Cost, euro
1
Closure of a large or small subcutaneous vein with the VenaBlock system
800
2
Closure of perforating veins with VenaBlock glue
400
3
Closure of additional (collateral) veins with Veinoff glue
150
4
Sclerotherapy
150 / 330 (depending on the category of difficulty)
5
Venectomy of the subcutaneous vein
2100 / 2300 / 4000 (depending on the category of difficulty)
6
Ligation of unable perforating veins of the leg epifascially (miniphlebectomy)
400 / 1200 / 1500 (depending on the category of difficulty)
7
Endovenous laser coagulation of veins
1200 / 2250 (depending on the category of difficulty)

Q&A

What complications can arise after a mini-phlebectomy procedure?

After a mini-phlebectomy, barely noticeable puncture scars remain. Most complications are harmless and go away on their own. Among them are hyper- and hypopigmentation, local inflammation and skin reactions. Very rarely, bleeding and bruising are possible.

Are bruises and scars remaining after endovenous laser ablation?

The professionalism of our specialists excludes bruises and scars after the procedure. But for each person, the body perceives improvements in its own way. Therefore, some clients may experience bruising after the ablation procedure, but these will disappear after a few days. There may also be slight discomfort right after the end of the procedure, but it goes away quickly.

Is laser ablation allowed for pregnant women?

Our experts suggest refraining from carrying out the procedure during pregnancy in order to avoid any complications. You can get more detailed advice in our Club.

When is the result visible after sclerotherapy?

You can observe the result of sclerotherapy immediately after the completion of the procedure. For some time, small areas of pigmentation (bruising) may remain on the body in the injection area. But they disappear very quickly.

Before & after

The photographs show the results of plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures of an intimate nature and are not intended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age.
The photographs show the results of plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures of an intimate nature and are not intended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age.
The photographs show the results of plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures of an intimate nature and are not intended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age.
The photographs show the results of plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures of an intimate nature and are not intended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age.