Find a Varicose Veins Doctor Near You

Find a doctor near you who offers treatment with Varithena®

ZIP Code/City
Distance (miles)
Doctor Name

Dr. Cynthia Asbjornsen
(Vein Healthcare Center)
100 Foden Rd Ste 307 Building W, South Portland 04106
(207) 221-7799
3158.3 miles
Dr. Julianne Stoughton
(Julianne Stoughton MD PC)
92 Montvale Ave Ste 3200, Stoneham 02180
(781) 438-8117
3237.3 miles
Dr. Dmitry Rabkin
(Brigham And Womens Hospital Vascular And Vein Care Center)
272 Centre St, Newton 02458
(617) 796-7181
3245.3 miles
Dr. Antonios Gasparis
(Stony Brook University Hospital)
101 Nicolls Rd, Stony Brook 11794
(631) 444-1077
3316.6 miles
Dr. Shang Loh
(Stony Brook University Hospital)
101 Nicolls Rd, Stony Brook 11794
(631) 444-1077
3316.6 miles
Dr. Antonios Gasparis
(Stony Brook Medicine Vascular Center)
23 S Howell Ave Ste G, Centereach 11720
(631) 444-1279
3385.7 miles
Dr. Shang Loh
(Stony Brook Medicine Vascular Center)
23 S Howell Ave Ste G, Centereach 11720
(631) 444-1279
3385.7 miles
Dr. Edwin Rosenwasser
(Long Island Vein Care And Surgery PLLC)
1325 Franklin Ave Ste 103, Garden City 11530
(516) 536-1818
3414.3 miles
Dr. Steven Elias
(Center For Vein Disease At Englewood Hospital)
350 Engle St, Englewood 07631
(866) 573-9885
3420.6 miles
Dr. Neil Khilnani
(Weill Cornell Medical Group)
2315 Broadway Fl 4, New York 10024
(646) 962-9179
3426.1 miles

All physicians listed by this Find-a-Doctor tool are experienced in vein procedures and are trained in using Varithena®.

Listing results are based upon geographic criteria. This tool should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation of any physician by BTG International Ltd or as an express or implied guarantee that using a listed physician will result in your desired outcome. You, the patient, have sole responsibility for your choice of physician. Biocompatibles, Inc. and its affiliates disclaim any and all liability arising from your use and/or reliance on the information contained in and provided by this tool.

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Varithena® (polidocanol injectable foam) is a prescription medicine used to treat varicose veins caused by problems with the great saphenous vein (GSV) and other related veins in the leg's GSV system. Varithena® improves symptoms related to or caused by varicose veins, and the appearance of varicose veins.


You should not be treated with Varithena® if you are allergic to polidocanol or have clots in your blood vessels.

Severe allergic reactions have been reported in people treated with liquid forms of polidocanol and some patients have died from these reactions. Varithena® is a foam made from polidocanol. A healthcare professional will observe you for signs of allergic reactions for at least 10 minutes after you are treated with Varithena®.

Tell your doctor about all of your medical conditions, including if you

  • have arterial disease (a disease of the blood vessels)
  • have reduced mobility
  • have a history of blood clots in the veins or lungs
  • have had major surgery in the past 3 months
  • have recently had a long hospital stay
  • are pregnant or have recently been pregnant

The most common side effects seen with Varithena® are leg pain or discomfort, injection site bruising or pain, and potentially serious blood clots in the leg veins. These are not all of the possible side effects of Varithena®. Tell your healthcare provider about any side effect that bothers you or that does not go away. You can also report side effects to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088. Varithena® is administered by your doctor. Doctors using Varithena® must be experienced in vein procedures and trained in using Varithena®.

See Full Prescribing Information for Varithena®.

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