Learn about insurances we accept and frequently asked questions.
Insurance We Accept
At the Atallah Vascular Center our goal is to work with you and your insurances carries to help cover the cost or visits, testing, and treatment when we can. Below is a list of insurances we take but are not limited to:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield-MI & Out of State Plans
- Blue Care Network
- Bankers Life & Casualty
- Golden Rule
- Health Alliance Plan – MI
- McLaren Health
- Meridian Health Plan
- Priority Health
- Total Health Care of Michigan
- United Healthcare
Frequently Asked Questions
These problems can be caused by numerous issues some being family history, sedentary lifestyle, trauma, prolonged standing, obesity, smoking, excess weight, and current or previous pregnancy.
This leads to Venous Insufficiency. Venous Insufficiency occurs when the veins in your legs don’t allow blood to flow properly back up to your heart due to the valves being defective. Normally, the valves in your veins work to flow blood to your heart. When they are broken, blood flows backwards and pools in the legs. This occurs in the saphenous veins. This results in symptoms such as:
- Restless legs
- Varicose veins
- Open sores
- Skin changes
Varicose veins and spider veins are results of branches from the saphenous veins.
If you have any symptoms you should consult a vein specialist. Vein issues sometimes are not obvious. Even if you don’t see anything such as varicose or spider veins, you could still have vein disease including restless legs, pain, swelling, itching. Some may not experience and symptoms Vein disease is a progressive disease and treating the veins is safe and effective to get you feeling great again.
We work together with you and your insurance to find not only the best treatment plan for you but also the most cost effective. Most of our treatments are covered by insurance besides your part with your insurance plan. The best option is to always call our office for specific details.
There is no downtime after vein procedures. It is a minimally invasive procedure so you are able to resume most normal activities. Complete recovery times vary from person to person. There are some exceptions including: heavy lifting, extreme exercise, and air travel.