Our Services

Our Procedures

At Vein Institute Hattiesburg, we specialize in treating individuals in Hattiesburg, MS, and the surrounding areas of South Mississippi with a variety of venous issues in the legs, including varicose veins, spider veins, and venous ulcerations. Utilizing high-grade equipment and minimally invasive techniques, our highly experienced team can alleviate your leg pain and help you reach your cosmetic goals. As an added benefit, multiple treatments can even be combined to minimize your visits. We invite you to check out our complete list of services below to learn how we can enhance your appearance, vascular health, and quality of life.


Varicose Veins

In Hattiesburg, MS, our office provides numerous treatments for varicose veins, which are enlarged leg veins that may have become painful and visible.

Spider Veins

As a mild form of varicose veins, spider veins may not be painful yet, but can be more of a cosmetic concern for your leg's appearance.

Venous Ulcerations

Venous ulcerations are open skin sores that can occur on the legs if venous insufficiency is left untreated.

Vein Ablation Treatments

Endovenous Laser Treatment

Endovenous laser treatment works by using laser energy to close off varicose veins, and blood flow is then redirected through other healthier veins.

RF Ablation Treatment

By sealing varicose veins, radiofrequency ablation treatment offers a way to treat the damaged veins and accelerate the healing of venous ulcers.


VenaSeal is a minimally invasive treatment that works by applying medical adhesive to varicose veins through a catheter as a way to close them off.


Varithena is a sclerosing injectable foam available at our Hattiesburg, MS office that is used to treat varicose veins above and below the knee.


ClariVein is a cutting-edge technique that combines the use of a medical catheter and a sclerosing solution to treat varicose veins and spider veins.



To minimize or get rid of spider veins and small varicose veins, our office in Hattiesburg, MS provides sclerotherapy as an injectable treatment.



As a minimally invasive and FDA-approved procedure, a microphlebectomy involves the use of tiny incisions and a small tool to remove varicose veins.
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