the best treatment for spider veins removal at Schaumburg is with sclerotherapy, which is a minimally-invasive procedure. Spider veins are also called telangiectasias, and they are hereditary. The tiny red spider veins get injected with a small needle that fills them with a solution that closes up the spider veins. They are not a necessary part of the vascular system. When they get closed off through sclerotherapy, the blood simply gets routed to the other healthy veins in the leg. It’s mostly women who get spider veins, and usually on the lower part of the leg, although they can also be up on the thigh. Sclerotherapy is done right in the office, and although it may cause minor discomfort, patients do not need any anaesthetic.