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CMHS gets New Laser Treatment for Varicose Veins August 31, 2017

Gatesville, Coryell
CMHS gets New Laser Treatment for Varicose Veins, Gatesville, Texas

Coryell Vein & Vascular Center Team preps for first CoolTouch Laser Patient! Coryell Memorial is excited to announce a new varicose vein procedure which doesn’t require invasive surgery.  The CoolTouch CTEV endovenous procedure is a minimally invasive procedure to remove unsightly, bulging varicose veins by laser.  Other benefits include; minimal, if any, scarring, rapid relief of symptoms, quick office based procedure with no downtime from work or play, and 99% success rate with only one treatment. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Bawduniak to learn what treatment options are available for your condition call (254) 865-2166.

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