Our world-class treatments are performed in-office, are non-invasive, and most can be completed within an hour – when under our care, you can finally be free from the pain and discomfort of vein disease.

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Chronic venous insufficiency is a very common problem. It is caused by the veins in the legs losing the ability to send the blood back to the heart as nature intended. The veins contain valves, and when they do not work well, the blood can pool in your legs. 


The symptoms of this condition include pain, swelling, cramps, heaviness, tiredness, changes in skin, varicose veins, and leg ulcers. This condition can be the result of hereditary, excess weight, an injury, or can occur during pregnancy.

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Phlebitis, or “superficial thrombophlebitis,” is a condition in which veins become inflamed. This may be caused by blood clotting within the structure, or from damage to the vein walls. A vein close to the skin surface, usually a varicose vein, may be caused by a blood clot. 


The symptoms of phlebitis include painful, hard lumps beneath the skin, red skin, swelling, skin sensitivity, or red, itchy skin. The condition can result from an injury, being immobile for long periods, having varicose veins, a pacemaker, taking hormone replacement therapy or birth control pills, or being pregnant or having recently given birth.

Varicose Veins

Varicose veins appear most commonly on the legs, and are large, visible twisted veins.

The condition is caused when the one-way valves in the legs are weak or damaged, increasing pressure in the vein, causing them to stretch and enlarge, due to excess weight, aging, extended periods of inactivity, an injury, or smoking.


The symptoms include legs that feel heavy, ache, or a burning, throbbing, or swelling in the lower legs. The pain is often worsened after standing or sitting, and may include itching, burning, of changes in skin color.

Spider Veins

Spider veins are visible under the surface of your skin, and can be red, blue, or purple. These damaged veins appear in a network like a spider’s web, hence the name. These visible veins are caused when the smaller blood vessels, or capillaries, are damaged, with the valves within the veins no longer functioning correctly. Many women develop spider veins during pregnancy due to increased pressure on the vessels, or during menopause, as a result of hormonal changes. The condition can result from a sedentary lifestyle or be a side effect of certain medications.


The symptoms include aching, or legs that feel heavy, burning, throbbing, muscle cramps, swelling, itching, or changes in skin color.

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Restless Leg Syndrome

This condition is a sleep disorder in which a person has an intense urge to continuously move the legs or arms, and may have added sensations described as pulling, creeping, throbbing, aching, or burning.


The symptoms include a compulsion to move your legs, and may include pulling, aching, or burning, which appear when in bed, when seated for a long period, while driving, or on a long flight. The symptoms are very uncomfortable and tend to disrupt healthy, restful sleep.

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Welcome to NYBG Veins

If you struggle with uncomfortable, painful veins, we invite you to discover a vein treatment center that delivers the most advanced treatments for a range of venous conditions, in a clinic that offers the highest level of compassionate care.

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