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Spider Veins

Spider veins are a network of red or blue veins on the skin’s surface and can appear on the legs or face. They usually do not indicate a more serious problem but can be a cosmetic concern.

Risk factors for spider veins include:
  • Prolonged periods of standing
  • Family history
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Obesity
  • Pregnancy
  • Previous blood clots or vein surgery
Our team of highly-trained physicians, technicians, and support staff can assess the best treatment options for you. Screenings and treatments are offered at our convenient, state-of-the-art practice, CMC Vein & Vascular Specialists.
Vein & Vascular Specialists


As we respond to the coronavirus disease, we are making it easier—and safer—to get care. CMC's Vein & Vascular Specialists is now offering telehealth visits for both established and new patients all from the comfort of your home. If a telehealth visit is not appropriate, our providers will work with you to coordinate appropriate care.


diagnosis, treatment and technologies


A visual exam of your legs is the most common way to diagnose spider veins.  An ultrasound can also help determine how well the valves in your leg are working. 


Spider veins can be cosmetically treated in various ways including sclerotherapy, where the physician injects the vein with a solution that causes the vein to collapse and seal itself off.



Vascular team

Our vascular physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and support staff bring extensive expertise and skill to each procedure, and take a personal interest in your well-being.

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