Vein Center

Do you or someone you know suffer from aching, painful, restless legs? Schneck Vein Center invites you to restore your legs to their healthy best. Varicose veins are a pain – literally – with swelling and leg cramps, but you don’t need to travel far for innovative vein care.

Normal circulation occurs when blood flows efficiently from the heart to the legs and is complete when normal veins channel blood back to the heart. A disruption in this circulation pattern can lead to varicose and/or spider veins. Signs and symptoms may include unsightly areas on the skin, pain, discomfort, swelling, fatigue or itching. Severe cases can result in skin breakdown and ulceration.

Spider veins may be a sign of larger vein disease or purely cosmetic problem. New techniques and procedures allow treatment of venous disorders on an outpatient basis with little discomfort and outstanding cosmetic results.

Feel better and look better
The Schneck Vein Center uses the latest surgical and non-surgical techniques to treat vein disease, including new minimally invasive techniques that let patients get back to their normal activities almost immediately. No general anesthesia or hospitalization is required.

Call today to set up a time to meet with one of our clinic specialists. You may qualify for a FREE* one-on-one screening. *We're sorry; Medicare and Medicaid patients are not eligible for this screening, but you may schedule a consultation covered by your plan. After the screening, patients who are candidates for vein therapy will be scheduled for a consultation with our Vein Center team. 

(812) 524-VEIN

What causes varicose veins?
Varicose veins result from abnormal inner walls or abnormal valves in these blood vessels. Blood is carried through arteries from the heart to the rest of the body, and returned from the heart through the body’s veins called the venous system.
Schneck Medical Center vein center offering care for healthy legs without varicose veins
Veins have valves that act as one-way flaps, preventing blood from backing up and pooling.

When these one-way valves do not work properly, blood may flow backwards causing the veins to dilate (enlarge) and become varicose. The technical terms for this condition are venous reflux or venous insufficiency.

While these conditions are not dangerous, they can be unsightly and cause leg cramps, pain, and swelling.

How are varicose and spider veins treated?
Several options are available. Learn more about the services offered.

Who provides treatment?
Our staff provides care that’s tailored to each patient’s individual needs. Most of all, they are dedicated to giving patients the care so their legs not only feel better but look better, too.

Will my insurance cover treatment?

Insurance coverage is an important consideration for most patients. Depending upon the diagnosis and severity of the condition, most insurers offer benefits when medical necessity is established. Schneck participates in most major insurance plans. Every insurance plan is different, but we will be happy to work with you to pre-authorize the therapy you need before you begin treatment for your venous condition.

For more information, please contact the Schneck Vein Center at (812) 524-VEIN or (812) 524-8346.