Dr Oz: Cryo Sclerotherapy Cost & Varicose Vein Treatment Reviews


Dr Oz: Varicose Vein Treatments

Did you know that 97% of women have a complaint about their bodies? What is your complaint? Doctor Oz’s team got answers from women on the street, who complained about bat wings, turkey neck, and other body issues. But Dr Oz wanted to talk about varicose veins, which affect around 60% of women. Now you can get Cryo Sclerotherapy and get instant, lasting, painless results.



  1. julia coslett says

    I loved your show on varicose vains, but who does that procedure here where i live. Riverside, Calif. 92506. I would love to know what it feels like to be normal. I havent worn shorts since i was 13 years old because of my viens. I am now 53. I would love it if you could help me find a place out here. Thank-you Patty

  2. Bonnie says

    Dr. Oz

    Where do I get treatments here in Chicago for varicose veins using the procedure of Dr. Luis Navarro? Please respond.

  3. Audra Bowlin says

    Just wanted to find out who does this procedure in my area. I live in Baltimore, Md.

  4. Tracey says

    I watched today’s program on Cryo Sclerotherapy and was impressed. Where can I get this treatment in Dallas Texas.

  5. Marlies says

    I am wondering if this is different from a regular Sclerotherapy. I have been treated for spider veins with Sclerotherapy before, but had dark bruises for about 4 month. Is this a new solution they inject or is the bruising with the Cryo Sclerotherapy the same?
    Thank you.

  6. kathy says

    I was totally amazed at the results of the Cryo Sclerotherapy. Who if anyone does this treatment in the state of Ohio? I will not expose any part of my legs due to unsightly veins and have never had any treatment.

  7. jordis wren says

    Please tell mer who does the Cryo Sclerotherapy in Webster Tx or Houston.

  8. Darlene says

    Is cryo sclerotherapy different then regular sclerotherapy because I am a woman of color and I was told and read it on the brochure that the procedure was not designed for women of color and it could make the legs look even worse. Is there a procedure or would this procedure work on women of color like I saw on TV?

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