Murfreesboro Medical Clinic to Offer VenaSeal Procedure for Varicose Veins, Swollen and Painful Legs

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Left to Right: David M. Chatman, M.D.; Ramesh C. N. Gowda, M.D.; Rodney P. Bensley, Jr., M.D.

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic's Department of Vascular Surgery and Vein Center has implemented the VenaSeal™ Procedure into their treatment options for venous reflux disease and varicose veins. The department is comprised of Drs. David Chatman, Ramesh Gowda, and Rodney Bensley, three Board Certified Vascular Surgeons, who are passionate about helping patients have healthy legs for life.

Venous reflux disease occurs when there is not proper blood flow in the leg veins. This is often characterized by painful, swollen, or restless legs and can result in unsightly varicose veins.

VenaSeal™ is a minimally invasive in-office procedure that improves the blood flow to the affected veins. This new, innovative treatment option eliminates the need for anesthesia, compression stockings and invasive surgical procedures. Patients treated with VenaSeal™ experience less discomfort, bruising and downtime. Many patients are often able to resume normal activities by the next day.

With three Board Certified Vascular Surgeons, who have performed over 4,000 vein procedures in the past 10 years, it is evident their knowledge and skills are unmatched. The state-of-the-art treatments offered at MMC Vein Center are safe and effective, with little downtime, and provide proven results.


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