Vein Disease Treatment

Varicose Vein and Venous Ulcer Healthcare

Outpatient Clinic

Call Us at 785-364-9681

We’re ecstatic to introduce the Medtronic VenaSeal™ or ClosureFast™ procedures, marking a significant milestone in the treatment of varicose vein and venous ulcers at Holton Community Hospital, we’re not just embracing the future; we’re bringing it to you, offering an unparalleled blend of comfort, convenience, and expert care.

Why This Is a Breakthrough in Care:

  • Immediate Relief: Experience swift alleviation from the discomfort and appearance of varicose veins and venous ulcers.
  • Minimally Invasive: With these procedures, you can expect minimal disruption to your daily life, enabling a faster return to your routine.
  • Expert Care at Your Doorstep: Our own Dr. Denis Jimenez, M.D., alongside Kristi Roush, RVT, Board-Certified Vascular Sonographer, lead the procedures with exceptional skill and compassion.
VenaSeal procedures available at HCH
VenaSeal procedures available at HCH

Understanding Chronic Venous Insufficiency: The Root of Venous Reflux

At Holton Community Hospital, we believe in empowering our patients with knowledge about their health conditions. Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) is a condition that affects many, yet it’s often misunderstood. It’s the primary reason behind the discomfort and complications associated with venous reflux, a condition where blood flow through the veins is impaired, leading to a range of symptoms.

What Causes CVI?

CVI occurs when the valves in the veins of the legs don’t close properly. This failure allows blood to flow backward (reflux) and pool in the veins, which can lead to increased pressure and damage over time. Several factors can increase your risk of developing CVI, including age, family history, obesity, pregnancy, and prolonged standing or sitting.

Symptoms to Watch For:

  • Heavy, tired and achy legs
  • Swelling in the legs or ankles
  • Pain that worsens when standing and subsides when legs are raised
  • Varicose veins
  • Changes in skin color and texture
  • Ulcers on the legs

Why It Matters:

Ignoring CVI can lead to progressively worse symptoms, impacting your quality of life. However, with early diagnosis and treatment, many people live full, active lives without discomfort. Our approach at Holton Community Hospital includes innovative treatments like the VenaSeal and ClosureFast procedures, specifically designed to address the underlying causes of venous reflux and improve your vascular health.

Take Control of Your Vascular Health

Don’t let CVI dictate the terms of your life. Understanding the causes and symptoms is the first step towards taking control. Our team is here to guide you through your options for managing and treating CVI, helping you return to a more comfortable, active lifestyle.

If you’re experiencing symptoms or have concerns about your venous health, we’re here to help. Contact us today to learn more about your treatment options and how we can support you in your journey toward better vascular health.

Patients who have undergone these treatments are already enjoying the benefits, with many reporting significant improvements shortly after the procedure. It’s time to free yourself from the constraints of varicose veins.

Take the Next Step Towards Wellness

Are you ready to explore a life free from the pain and inconvenience of varicose veins? Reach out to us at the outpatient clinic (785-364-9681) to book your consultation. Discover how these cutting-edge procedures can transform your health and well-being. Please note, your insurance may require a referral, and coverage can vary.

Join us as we step boldly into a future of innovative care and enhanced health outcomes for our community. Welcome to the next level of healthcare excellence at Holton Community Hospital.

Dr. Denis Jimenz, M.D.

Trauma Medical Director

Kristi Roush, Director of Ancillary Services at HCH

Kristi Roush, RVT, RDMS

Director of Ancillary Services

Video Courtesy of Medtronic

Causes of vein disease

Healthy leg veins have valves that keep blood flowing to the heart. Vein disease develops when the valves stop working properly and cause blood to flow backward and pool in the lower leg veins.