Modern treatment of varicose veins - Sclerotherapy of varicose veins

Varicose veins (varices) are one of the most common civilization diseases. About 60% of adults suffers from changes in leg veins. But it is not just a cosmetic and aesthetic problem - large, untreated varicose veins on the legs can lead to serious health problems.

At Cellthera, we offer modern treatment of venous diseases of the lower limbs, called varicose veins. Sclerotherapy is used to remove small spider and thread veins as well as large varicose veins. Our method allows to remove varicose veins in their entirety on the thighs and calves without surgery. The principle of the method is the insertion of a microneedle with a sclerosing substance into varicose veins, followed by external compression of leg by compression stocking or bandage. The sclerosing solution completely fills the unwanted vein and disables it.

What are the advantages of the method?

  • very safe method
  • without anesthesia
  • short outpatient procedure
  • painless procedure
  • no limitation and restriction for your physical or working activities

At Cellthera, we also treat diseases of leg veins called varicose veins by ClariVein method, which is the state-of-the-art method of therapy and currently is the most gentle, minimally invasive and safe method.
The principle of this method is the mechanical disruption of the inner lining of the vein in combination with the application of sclerosing solution. ClariVein® is a specialty infusion catheter with a rotating wire tip designed for the controlled dispersion of sclerosing agent to the targeted treatment area. Such mechanical and chemical non-thermal ablation result in complete closure of varicose veins. The method is performed on an outpatient basis, the pain is only minimal (you can feel very slight vibration). The treatment takes less than half an hour and you can almost immediately return to normal daily activities. You can expect excellent aesthetic effect - no scars, swelling, bruises, pigmentation and without a single incision. You can find more information about this method on