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Vein Specialist near Ridgefield, Connecticut


Vein Specialist near Ridgefield, Connecticut

Ridgefield, Connecticut is a town in Fairfield, Connecticut situated in the foothills of the Bershire Mountains.  If you're looking for a vein expert near Ridgefield, Connecticut visit board-certified  Interventional Radiologist and Phlebologist Dr. Vinay Madan at the Center for Varicose Veins on route 7 in Wilton, Connecticut.

About Ridgefield, Connecticut 

Ridgefield is a 300 year old community which was first settled by English colonists from Norwalk and Milford in 1708, when a group of settlers purchased land from Chief Catoonah of the Ramapo tribe.  The town was incorporated under a royal charter from the Connecticut General Assembly issued in 1709.  Ridgefield was descriptively named, most notable 18th-century event was the Battle of Ridgefield on April 27, 1777.  This American Revolutionary War skirmish involved a small colonial militia force (state militia and some Continental Army soldiers), led by, among others, General David Wooster, who died in the engagement, and Benedict Arnold, whose horse was shot from under him. They faced a larger British force that had landed at Westport and was returning from a raid on the colonial supply depot in Danbury. The battle was a tactical victory for the British but a strategic one for the Colonials because the British would never again conduct inland operations in Connecticut, despite western Connecticut's strategic importance in securing the Hudson River Valley.  Today, the dead from both sides are buried together in a small cemetery on Main Street on the right of the entrance to Casagmo condominiums: "...foes in arms, brothers in death...". The Keeler Tavern, a local inn and museum, features a British cannonball still lodged in the side of the building. There are many other landmarks from the Revolutionary War in the town, with most along Main Street.

Learn About Our Treatments

Dr. Madan at the Center for Varicose Veins, offers the following treatments.

  • Sclerotherapy – Sclerotherapy is an injection procedure using tiny needles for the treatment of varicose veins and spider veins.  Veins of the legs, hands, face and chest can be treated with sclerotherapy.  Sclerotherapy treatments take less than 30 minutes and the patient can resume normal activity within the same day or the following day. 

  • Radiofrequency Ablation – Radiofrequency ablation eliminates varicose veins by introducing radiofrequency heat energy within the interior of the diseased vein. The diseased vein is closed and the body resorbs the vein naturally over the following weeks.  The blood within the diseased vein is re-directed into healthy veins.

  • Microphlebectomy – Microphlebectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove visibly diseased veins from the body through small incisions. The improvements are seen immediately and there is only a short recovery time.  Following treatment, the symptoms associated with the varicose veins resolve quickly and makes your legs look and feel their best.

All of the treatments offered at our Center for Varicose Veins are performed by vein expert Dr. Vinay Madan.  All procedures are minimally invasive and require minimal to no recovery time.  Call to book an appointment.

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