Schneck Vein Center

wearing a mask is required at Schneck

Utilizing the latest surgical and non-surgical techniques

The Schneck Vein Center uses the latest surgical and non-surgical techniques to treat vein disease, including new minimally invasive techniques that let patients get back to their normal activities almost immediately. No general anesthesia or hospitalization is required. 

Radio Frequency Ablasion

Radio Frequency Ablasion uses radio frequency energy to close the enlarged vein. Using local anesthesia, a small catheter is placed with the aid of ultrasound. The catheter delivers radio frequency engergy to the wall of the vein causing the vein to heat, collapse, and seal shut. Blood flow will be redirected to other, healthier veins within the affected area.


Phlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure used to remove varicose veins on the surface of the leg.This is done using local anesthesia and through small skin incisions. The incisions are so small, they do not require stitches and are barely visible once healed.


Sclerotherapy uses an injection to collapse varicose and spider veins. While multiple treatments may be needed, sclerotherapy is the most effective treatment to eliminate spider veins.

To schedule a consultation with Schneck Vein Center, please call (812) 524-VEIN (8346)