The Vein Clinic at PWC is a comprehensive resource for state-of-the-art treatment of vein disorders such as varicose and spider veins in Portland, Oregon. We offer relief and cosmetic improvement for both men and women through accurate diagnosis and specialized vein treatments. Our specialists can assist with all aspects of diagnosing and treating these disorders.
For all of your vein treatment needs, choose the Vein Clinic at PWC. Ask a question, book online, or call our office in Portland at (503) 771-1883. We serve women and men from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Northern California, and Alaska.
Our specialized clinic offers only proven effective treatments that utilize advanced technology as well as traditional methods. Often the most complete results come from a combination of treatments, which may include one or more of the following:
Ambulatory phlebectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that removes large, surface varicose veins. At the Vein Clinic at PWC this procedure is performed on an outpatient basis and often...Read More
The Vein Clinic at PWC offers comprehensive treatment for painful and unsightly veins. We often treat both varicose and spider veins with sclerotherapy in our Portland clinic. This proven treatment...Read More
Spider veins, technically called telangiectasias, are thin, delicate, reddish or purple blood vessels that sit close to the surface of the skin and generally appear in clusters on the legs....Read More
Varicose veins are a common medical problem affecting both men and women. They are characterized by a blue, bulging, rope-like appearance and can cause swelling in the legs and feet,...Read More
Every vein treatment consultation begins with a comprehensive medical assessment that includes a clinical examination, as well as an ultrasound if necessary. Through a thorough and accurate diagnosis we optimize the potential for insurance reimbursement.
While women experience the majority of vein complications, men are more likely to suffer from large, painful vein conditions. With the availability of minimally invasive treatments like radio-frequency ablation, more men are choosing to have their veins treated and improve their quality of life.