Wyoming Vein Specialists

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Once you’re appointment is scheduled, you’ll receive procedure specific instructions to ensure you feel prepared for your procedure.

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Our team is here to serve you every step of the way from baseline screening through problem solving imaging and tissue acquisition. If you have questions, concerns, or would like to speak to a provider please do not hesitate to call and/or schedule an appointment today.

Accredited Facility Vein Center

The First & Only IAC Accredited Vein Facility in Wyoming.

Accreditation by the IAC indicates that Casper Medical Imaging has undergone an intensive application and review process and is found to be in compliance with the published Standards, thus demonstrating a commitment to quality patient care in vein treatment and management.

Do you have tired, heavy, aching, swollen and painful legs?

At least 25% of women and 15% of men suffer from these symptoms. At Casper Medical Imaging & Outpatient Radiology, we have Interventional Radiologists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins. A consultation with our physician and a simple ultrasound can diagnose venous insufficiency. Our success rate is nearly flawless. With proper post procedure care, recurrence rates in the treated veins are almost zero.

At WIVA, we provide the following venous procedures.

Vein Imaging
Close up of varicose veins

What to Expect

All appointments are individualized for our patient’s specific needs. The following items are necessary in order to make an accurate diagnosis, determine the most appropriate treatment, and formulate an agreed upon plan to address your concerns.


  • An ultrasound mapping of either one or both legs, depending on patient’s needs. You will be placed in a gown, as imaging of the lower extremities requires access to the skin from the groin to the toes. Images of your deep venous system will be obtained with you lying down. Patients then stand in the upright position while the limb is gently squeezed in order to evaluate venous valve function. This process takes about 1-1 ½ hours.

  • After your ultrasound is complete our board-certified interventional radiologists will review your images with you and discusses the different treatment options that are appropriate for your specific condition. This consultative process takes about 30 – 40 minutes depending on the complexity of your presenting symptoms.

  • Treatment with either Laser ablation or VenaSeal usually requires about an hour. We typically perform only one extremity at a time based on feedback from our patients. If a patient requires more than one vein to be treated, this can be discussed during the consultative process. Sclerotherapy, if needed, is performed after either laser ablation or VenaSeal.

  • A follow up appointment, usually between 4-6 weeks, is booked at the time of treatment. We will use ultrasound to assess the efficacy of your treatment.

Close up of varicose veins