End-of-Year Varicose Vein Treatment
Bulging, painful, unattractive veins?
We have a solution!
Don’t let your insurance benefits go to waste! Schedule your free vein screening* with Dr. Craig Schwartz, Kansas City’s “Vein Guy” before your health insurance deductible renews or you lose any remaining Healthcare Savings Funds (HSA).
As the end of the year quickly approaches, many patients seek treatment for elective procedures, such as laser vein treatment for varicose veins, before their insurance deductible renews and/or remaining funds in flexible spending accounts expire. If you have been suffering from varicose veins and delaying treatment, now is the time to seek treatment!
Varicose vein treatment is often covered by insurance if you are experiencing any of the following medical symptoms
- Bulging varicose veins
- Clotting, bleeding, or skin changes to the affected area(s) on leg(s)
- Heaving, aching, tired legs
- Veins that throb, burn, or itch
Please call Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz, Kansas City’s “Original Vein Center” to schedule your free vein screening*
Our experienced staff can determine your eligibility and guide you through the insurance maze of medical coverage. Don’t put off your vein treatment any longer – this is our busiest time of the year and insurance often requires a period of conservative treatment (prescription grade compression hose, leg elevation, etc) prior to approving medical treatment.
Kansas City’s Most Experienced Vein Treatment Center!
- Since 2003
- Triple Board-Certified Vascular Surgeon
- State-of-the-art laser vein treatment
- In-office – no hospital!
- Minimal downtime and discomfort
Dr. Craig Schwartz
Kansas City’s most trusted vein specialist!
Dr. Craig Schwartz is a triple-board-certified vascular surgeon, and has been diagnosing and treating varicose veins in Kansas City since 2003!
* Your initial visual vein screening and consultation with Dr. Schwartz is complimentary. However, if a patient presents with symptoms of varicose veins, a diagnostic ultrasound test will be medically necessary – and required by insurance – to determine the source of the diseased veins and treatment plan. This testing will be billed separately to your insurance.