Questions

What vein problems do you treat?

We treat a wide variety of vein problems, including spider veins, varicose veins, perforator veins, reticular veins, and deep vein problems.

What are Spider Veins?

Spider veins are small surface veins that are distended often, even if not always, by reversed flow. They appear as blue, red, or purple lines. Some may be very narrow, others are larger, but they are not raised like varicose veins.

What are varicose veins?

Varicose veins are larger blood vessels that have become so distended and twisted by reversed blood flow that they protrude and appear as bumpy, twisted cords below the skin. They may be skin-colored, blue, red, or purple. They may throb and be painful.

What are perforator veins?

Perforator veins are veins that carry blood from the surface vein system into the deep vein system. If the perforator veins have problems with their one-way valves, it can cause high-pressure backflow from the larger deep veins into the smaller surface veins, contributing significantly to varicose veins.

How do you treat vein problems?

Here at OVEC, we offer a variety of treatments and treatment plans, that will vary from patient to patient.  Your treatment plan will be discussed in full at the time of your consultation.

What if I leave my varicose veins untreated?

We want you to have the healthiest life you deserve, so we believe all medical issues should be addressed and treated by a qualified physician. If they are not, they will only get worse with time.

Will these veins come back?

If patients decide to have the treatment prescribed to them by Dr. Pedulla, these veins will be gone and they will stay gone.

Why Should I Choose OVEC for my vein treatment?

Only Oklahoma Vein & Endovascular Center offers the Pedulla Approach to vein treatment in Oklahoma City. Unlike other vein treatment providers, Dr. Pedulla is quadruple board-certified with over 25 years of cardiovascular treatment experience. His skill in using advanced imaging technology are unparalleled, and allow him to successfully determine the cause of each and every patient’s vascular problems.