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A significant number of our wound care patients have Venous Insufficiency that causes wounds on their lower extremities.

Symptoms for Venous Insufficiency can include:

  • Swelling
  • Varicose veins
  • Leg pain
  • Infections
  • Weeping legs
  • Difficulty walking
  • Skin discolorations
  • Non-healing wounds that are recurrent

Vein Treatments

  • Radiofrequency and Lasers for Ablations
  • Sclerotherapy


New Vein Clinic Opens on Campus of Scotland Memorial Hospital 



A primary care provider can refer patients to the vein clinic or anyone that has symptoms can make an appointment.  Venous Insufficiency patients are often ones that stand on their feet most of the day, such as, people who work in industry.  For appointments and questions, please call (910)-291-7711.

The Vein Clinic is made possible thanks to Scotland Health’s partnership with Carolina Heart and Leg Center.