Varicose Vein Treatment Services 
in the Port Jefferson & Port Jefferson Station, NY Areas

If you suffer from varicose veins, you’ve come to the right place for treatment. Dr. Jerry Ninia is dedicated to ensuring that patients get the best treatment for varicose veins, capillary spider veins, and a variety of benign skin lesions. He has lectured and given physician training sessions on many of these topics, as he has participated as a member of the Board of Directors of the American College of Phlebology and as a Faculty Member of the National Procedures Institute.

We base all of our treatments on your medical history, a physical examination, and often a duplex ultrasound examination. Dr. Ninia is dedicated to making sure you get the best care in a comfortable, patient-centered environment. He’ll make sure that you get the information you need to make the best decisions, and he’ll be by your side from beginning to end.

Varicose Vein Treatments We Offer

We offer a wide variety of varicose vein treatments here at the Varicose Vein Center. 
Dr. Ninia can perform all of the following procedures:
Injection-Compression Sclerotherapy
Foam Sclerotherapy
Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy
Ambulatory Phlebectomy
Endolaser Vein Therapy
Cutaneous (Skin) Laser Therapy
Dr. Ninia will go over all of the risks and benefits of each treatment at your appointment, as well as make a recommendation as to which would be best for you. If you are currently suffering from varicose veins, there’s no reason to suffer in silence any longer. Get in touch with us today to schedule your next appointment!

Graduated Compression Stockings

Some patients are treated with compression hosiery. Graduated compression implies that the stockings are snug around the ankle and less tight as it courses up the leg. This gradient of compression facilitates the normal, physiological flow of venous blood back up to the heart. The stockings can be used as primary therapy in some patients or to supplement other treatment options in selected patients. 


Sclerotherapy can be used to treat both varicose and spider veins. A tiny needle is used to inject the veins with one of several different kinds of solutions. Veins collapse, shrivel and seal shut. They are subsequently absorbed by the body. The number of sclerotherapy sessions will vary depending on the number, size and type of vein being treated. 

Cutaneous Laser

Sometimes, skin lasers are used to treat spider veins of the face, nose and neck. We have obtained good results with these treatments. A light beam creates heat inside treated veins that cause them to be sealed off and reabsorbed by the body. In selected cases, we have obtained excellent results with this method. These laser systems may also be used for hair removal. 

Ambulatory Phlebectomy

Ambulatory phlebectomy is a method of removing the varicose vein through a small incision next to the vein on the surface of the skin. Sections of the vein are removed through these small puncture sites. This may be performed in the office with local anesthesia. Graduated compression is needed afterwards. 

Endolaser Vein Therapy (ELVeS)

Endolaser Vein Therapy is an office-based procedure designed to replace the old-fashioned vein stripping. With ELVeS, a thin laser fiber, guided by ultrasound, is inserted into the GSV or SSV. After local (tumescent) anesthesia, laser energy is delivered to the diseased vein. This causes the truncal vein to close and eliminates the reflux. Subsequently, the branching varicose veins on the surface of the skin collapse. Those veins that do not collapse completely may be treated with sclerotherapy or ambulatory phlebectomy. Graduated compression is needed post-treatment. There is no "down time" as patients are up and on their feet immediately and instructed to ambulate on a daily basis. 
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