Bend, Oregon Vein Clinic

Vein Specialist Bend

We Help You Overcome Pain &
Embarrassment With Your Legs.

Or Call! 1-800-VEIN-DOC

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Do you experience any of these symptoms in your legs?

Swollen, twisted veins
Pain or aching in the legs
Fatigue or heaviness in the legs
Itching or burning sensation
Muscle cramping or throbbing
Discoloration or darkening of the skin
Swelling in the ankles or feet

If so, consider minimally invasive treatments as a potential solution to ease the discomfort associated with your varicose vein symptoms.

Take the first step towards minimally invasive varicose vein treatment by scheduling a consultation with us today to discover whether you qualify.

Insurance

Most insurance providers and Medicare cover varicose vein procedures performed at our Bend vein clinic.

Minimal Discomfort

Get access to the latest, minimally invasive, office based procedures performed I
our office under local anesthesia, providing you with exceptional care and optimal results compared to the older surgical techniques that required general anesthesia.

Quick Recovery

Our clinic’s venous treatments enable most of our patients to return to their daily routines soon after treatment, leaving them surprised.

15-45 Minutes

Our clinic’s varicose vein treatments can help you achieve a vein-free journey in a little time, taking about 15-45 minutes to complete per procedure.

Bend Health Concerns

According to NCBI, “Approximately 24% of adults in the United States have visible varicose veins, and an estimated 6% have evidence of advanced chronic venous disease.”

The Bend, Oregon area, and its surrounding communities including Redmond, Madras, Culver, La Pine, Sunriver, Prineville, Sisters, Burns, John Day, Lakeview, and others along the US 97 route from The Dalles to Klamath Falls has an approximate population of 500,000 people; therefore approximately 120,000 individuals have visible varicose veins, and 30,00 have advanced chronic venous disease.

Chances are you are one of these individuals that currently suffer from pain or embarrassment from your legs.

Give our Bend, Oregon staff a call to schedule your consultation with a varicose vein specialist today!

Quick Minimally Invasive Procedure Allowing You To...

  • Go back to work quickly
  • Take a walk around the beautiful Old Mill District along the Deschutes River
  • Go to your favorite downtown restaurant with friends
  • Explore the trails in the Deschutes National Forrest
  • Attend the Bend Farmers Market
  • Enjoy outdoor recreation at Drake Park
  • Ski Mount Bachelor or Hoodoo
  • Head up to Elk Lake or the Green Lakes Trial
  • And so much more

It’s time to show off those healthy legs! Give us a call today.

Bend Inovia Vein Staff

Located in the heart of Central Oregon, our team at the Bend, Oregon, Inovia Vein office always brings their A-game to work. With their extensive knowledge and experience in the field, they are able to cater to every patients’ needs as well as provide superior treatments and services for everyone. Patients from all walks of life are always welcome to our clinic in Bend, Oregon. We strive to make our services and treatment more friendly and suitable for your specific needs. Therefore, we always make sure to consult you and make you feel comfortable before we proceed with any of our services. We accept most insurance and contract with insurance companies serving the area’s largest employers including Costco, St Charles Health System, Les Schwab Tire Centers, Facebook, Deschutes Brewery, Bend-La Pine Schools, Central Oregon Community College, Mt Bachelor Ski Resort and others.

We look forward to serving you soon!

Give Our Bend, Oregon Inovia Vein Staff a Call Today!

Bend Team – Meet Our Experts – Highly Trained Specialists

 Edward M. Boyle, MD

Edward M. Boyle, MD

 Andrew D. Jones, MD

Andrew D. Jones, MD

 Trebor Struble, PA-C

Trebor Struble, PA-C

 Alexa Riel, PA-C

Alexa Riel, PA-C

Location

Our clinic is proud to have had the opportunity to serve patients from all over Oregon, thanks to our exceptional service quality and reputation.

Find Us

2200 NE Neff Road, Suite 204
Bend, Oregon 97701

Tel: 541-382-8346  |  Fax: 541-382-5796

Hours

Monday through Friday: 8am – Noon and 1pm – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Book a Consultation

If you suspect you are experiencing symptoms of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or other urgent medical condition, please seek immediate medical attention by going to an urgent care, emergency room, or call 9-1-1.

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Frequently Asked Questions

HOW MUCH DOES VARICOSE VEIN TREATMENT COST?

The cost of varicose vein treatment can vary depending on many factors, such as the severity of the condition, the type of treatment needed, the location and reputation of the provider, and the patient’s insurance coverage.

Generally, the cost of varicose vein treatment can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars per treatment, with most procedures falling in the $1,500 to $3,000 range.

Our friendly staff will advise you on the cost of our treatments after your evaluation.

IS VARICOSE VEIN TREATMENT COVERED BY INSURANCE?

After your evaluation we submit a treatment plan with appropriate codes to your insurance company, and we work with them in the pre-authorization process to make sure it is a covered service, and if so, what will be paid by the insurance company vs what you are required by your insurance provider to pay from a co pay or deductible perspective based on your specific plan.

The cost of varicose vein treatment with insurance can vary depending on the specific insurance plan and coverage. In general, if the treatment is deemed medically necessary by a healthcare provider, some insurance plans may cover a portion or all of the cost of treatment.

Generally, the cost of varicose vein treatment can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars per treatment, with most procedures falling in the $1,500 to $3,000 range.

In cases where both legs are involved and with more complex and advanced venous insufficiency, the costs can be higher. All this can be assessed in your evaluation, and you can have a choice to move forward once your costs are quoted for you by your insurance payer based on the plan of care you need.

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American Lymphatic Society
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