Don’t let the discomfort of varicose veins come between you and your life.
If you experience pressure, pain, swelling, heaviness or restlessness in your legs, you may have venous disease. Left untreated, venous disease conditions, such as varicose veins, can potentially lead to other serious complications. Fortunately, vein specialists can put an end to this discomfort. By offering new, minimally invasive techniques, we can help patients get back to their lives without the pain of traditional treatments. It’s simple, effective, and covered by most insurance.
Q. What are varicose veins?
A. When veins do not circulate blood up and back to the heart, varicose veins can occur. Blood pools in the veins creating an enlarged, twisted appearance of the vein.
Q. What is a DVT?
A. Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot in a vein that is deep in the body. DVT’s generally occur in a group of muscles. The site of the clot may have inflammation, swelling, warm to touch, red, and tender.
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