Our Services




Sclerotherapy is used to treat spider veins and varicose veins that occur most commonly on the legs. The process consists of a chemical solution, or sclerosant, that is injected into the vein through a tiny needle. The solution irritates the damaged vein, causing it to scar and no longer carry blood. The body will then redirect blood flow to other healthy veins.

 Compression stockings or socks

Wearing compression stockings or socks reduces negative pressure within the veins in the lower legs. This pressure will improve blood flow and help to prevent further spider or varicose veins. Compression stockings may also help relieve leg swelling and will lower the risk of blood clots in the legs.

Treatment of varicose veins before and after.


No patient ever pays to be seen by Dr. Lutter, who is a board-certified vascular surgeon. Patients only pay for the materials used.

Due to our non-profit status, Kachelmacher Memorial Vein Clinic keeps costs low by only accepting cash or check for services and materials used. PRICES FOR MATERIALS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, based on prices the clinic pays for these.


First consultation with staff: No charge

There is no charge for the first visit, which is an evaluation by our clinically trained staff.

Appointment for injection treatment: $40

Includes: $30 to cover materials used (ie, needle, syringes, saline, cotton balls, etc.) and $10 for Wraps

Compression Stockings:

We only charge what the clinic pays for compression stockings and no tax. Compression hose and stocking prices may vary depending on the supplier. We have certified fitters on staff and will make sure you have a product that is proper for your condition and fits you correctly.

 No charge to the patient for other items used for ulcer care.