Vein Treatment and Prevention, Designed For You.
At Windy City Veins, we are more than just vein specialists. With over a decade of experience, hundreds of successful procedures, and a genuine care for each of our patients, we design treatment plans that help you feel and look better.
About Our Practice
Windy City Veins, led by board-certified specialist Dr. Parol Pitroda, focuses on you above anything else. Although we’re the experts in venous disease, we see beyond your veins to understand you, your body, and your lifestyle.
Schedule an Appointment
Ready to get treated? Schedule an in-person visit or a TeleVisit now.
What Causes Venous disease?
Learn about the most common causes of spider and varicose veins, and how to treat them.
What Does Treatment Look Like?
There are a several procedures to help with venous disease. Explore them now.
Do a Self-Assessment
We walk you through the common signs before you come in for your appointment.
Treatments That Get You Back on Your Feet
At Windy City Veins, we specialize in non-invasive, outpatient procedures so you can get back to your life in no time. Often, you can go back to your normal activities just a few hours after one of our procedures.
The best part is that you may not even need a complex procedure to start seeing improvement in your varicose veins or spider veins. With help from our specialists, you can say goodbye to bulging or prominent veins, pain, bruising, and more.
Some procedures we offer include:
- EVLT (Endovenous Laser Ablation)
- Radiofrequency Thermal Ablation
- Varithena (Ultrasound Guided Microfoam Endovenous Ablation)
Did You Know?
- More than 30 million Americans suffer from venous disease.
- Only 10 percent of people seek treatment for it.
- Women are more likely to get venous disease than men because of fluctuating hormone levels.
- The symptoms can vary from person to person.
- Venous disease can usually be managed and symptoms improved with the right lifestyle changes and procedures.
If you’re suffering from venous disease, you’re not alone. It’s very common, and even better, it’s manageable and treatable.