You have suffered from uncomfortable and unsightly varicose veins long enough. Or, you have a family member who sustained complications from varicose veins that weren’t treated in a timely manner.
You know there are procedures available, but you worry about the cost, the time away from work, and the discomfort. At the Indiana Vein and Laser Center, we want you to know we understand your concerns and we are here to answer your questions and guide you through the process.
… we will provide your insurance company with the documentation they require…
Consultations and Insurance Carriers
In our experience, most insurance companies cover varicose vein treatment in patients with symptoms. Once we have seen you for a consultation and established that your procedure is a medical necessity, a trained and experienced staff member will send a letter of predetermination to your insurance carrier requesting approval of the recommended treatment.
At The Indiana Vein and Laser Center, we will provide your insurance company with the documentation they require to assist them in making their decision. As our treatments are offered on an outpatient basis in our state-of-the-art facility, we have found that insurance companies tend to favor our procedures because they do not require general anesthesia, overnight hospital stays, and extended recovery times.
In our experience, most insurance companies cover varicose vein treatment in patients with symptoms.
If you have uncomfortable, painful varicose veins, we hope you will contact the Indiana Vein and Laser Center. Our years of working with insurance companies to pay for necessary procedures take the burden off patients, leaving you time to enjoy your new lease on life.
Call us today for your conveniently scheduled consultation: Fort Wayne, Indiana 260.432.7654 and Fishers, Indiana 317.915.8323.
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