vein ultrasound in Lakewood Ranch

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Diagnose and Understand Your Vein Problem

To understand and diagnose what problem you are suffering, ultrasound technology is a safe and painless method of examining soft tissue and blood vessels. The experienced vein care specialists at Florida Lakes Vein Center conduct on-site ultrasounds for patient convenience and swift diagnoses.

If you’re looking for expert care, call the Florida Lakes Vein Center to schedule a consultation and receive your vein ultrasound in Lakewood Ranch.

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Approximately 30 to 60 minutes

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How a Vein Ultrasound Works

Ultrasound is an imaging technology that uses sound waves to bounce off the tissues in your body and produce detailed images of your veins.

Your provider examines the images to make a quick and accurate diagnosis.

When you come in for your appointment, the ultrasound specialist applies a gel so that the transducer—the device that gathers the information from sound waves—can easily glide over the treatment area. The transducer slowly moves over your skin to capture images of your veins. It’s completely painless and harmless, as it does not involve radiation like X-rays do.

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About Florida Lakes Vein Center

Florida Lakes Vein Center is the premier destination for vein care services and diagnostic vein ultrasounds in Lakewood Ranch.

Experienced vein specialists Gregg Shore, M.D., Francesca Mertan, PA-C, and TC Lackey II, D.O., lead a team of driven professionals who are deeply committed to your vein health. We always take the time to get to know your medical history, understand your concerns, and carefully review your diagnostic ultrasound before recommending any vein treatment.

Our expert medical team has helped more than 1,000 patients across the region with vein disease.

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Do I Need a Venous Ultrasound?

Use our Virtual Screening Tool to tell us more about your issue. From there, we will provide you with customized recommendations on what your next step is to address your concerns!

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