How Do I Know If I Need Treatment for My Veins?

Patients who suspect they might be suffering from varicose or spider veins often find themselves with lots of questions when they first consider pursuing treatment for their condition. That’s understandable, considering that any new medical challenge is bound to give...

Which Type of Vein Treatment Should You Choose?

When consulting with new patients, we usually present them with all the treatment options we have available and explain how each procedure works. These can range from sclerotherapy for varicose and spider veins to endovenous ablation or an ambulatory phlebectomy....

Will Insurance Cover Your Vein Treatment?

If you suspect you may have a condition like varicose veins, spider veins, face veins or venous ulcers, or if you have actually been diagnosed with one of these conditions, it’s likely that you’ll be thinking seriously about seeking treatment. But we also understand...

3 Benefits Of Vein Treatment

Seeking treatment for your varicose and/or spider veins may be one of those thoughts that’s been rattling around in the back of your mind for months, possibly even years. It’s probably one of those things you’ve told yourself you’d get around to when life settles...

Sclerotherapy Explained

Sclerotherapy is one of the most common methods used to treat varicose veins and spider veins. First developed in the 1800s, it has, since the 1920s, proven itself as a simple, non-surgical procedure in both the United States and Europe. During treatment, a very fine...

Meet Dr. Jack Tarr

If you’re considering Vein Specialists of Tennessee as an option for the diagnosis/treatment of varicose veins, spider veins or other vein-related condition, you’ll want to know a little more about our physician, Dr. Jack Tarr. A veteran of the United States Navy, Dr....

The Risks Of Ignoring Your Varicose Veins

Most of the patients who reach out to Vein Specialists of Tennessee  for help with their varicose veins initially do so because they simply don’t like the way their legs look. And that’s understandable, considering that varicose veins typically bulge above skin level...