About Practice

Hampton Vein & Vascular welcomes new and existing patients at two convenient locations: Westfield and Rutherford, New Jersey. Dr. Sharma and the entire team devote their undivided attention to each patient, listening to their health concerns, and talking with them about their vein problems.

At their first visit, patients of Hampton Vein & Vascular benefit from on-site venous duplex ultrasound, which quickly and accurately helps diagnose venous problems such as faulty valves and blood clots. Treatment is always customized to perfectly meet each patient’s diagnosis and to improve their overall health.

In addition to using today’s best treatments, such as sclerotherapy, radiofrequency ablation, and ambulatory phlebectomy, the team at Hampton Vein & Vascular helps patients change lifestyle issues so they may prevent future vein problems.

Whether patients want spider veins and varicose veins removed for aesthetic reasons, need relief from painful legs, or want to prevent venous complications, each patient receives safe and effective care at Hampton Vein & Vascular. The practice treats the full range of blood vessel problems, with specialization in spider veins, varicose veins, and venous insufficiency.

The team at Hampton Vein & Vascular honor the core values of excellence, humility, respect, integrity, confidentiality, and trustworthiness. They’re available to answer your questions and to schedule an appointment -- call the office location that’s most convenient or use the online booking system.

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Foam vs. Liquid Sclerotherapy

Summer is almost here and with it comes the advent of shorts and swimsuit season. If you have unsightly veins that make you want to cover up instead, read on to learn how two different kinds of sclerotherapy are here to help.

Are You a Candidate for Radiofrequency Ablation?

If you want to eliminate bulging, uncomfortable varicose veins without invasive surgery or downtime, radiofrequency ablation may be the solution for you. Read on to learn if you’re a good candidate for this innovative procedure.

Do I Need To Wear Compression Hose?

People wear compression hose and socks for a variety of reasons, from managing medical conditions to enhancing physical performance. Could they be right for you? Read on to learn more about compression hose and what they can do for you.

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