Autumn Is The Best Time Of Year To Treat Your Varicose Veins

Here comes the cooler weather where you can go back to wearing long pants and leggings — but don’t just cover your varicose veins up! A better choice is to start treatment now because Autumn is one of the best times of year to treat your varicose veins.

Take Advantage Of The Change Of Seasons

Whether it is heredity, your occupation which requires you to stand on your feet all day, or just the opposite, where you sit most of the day, these contributing factors can leave you with varicose veins on your legs.

These large veins showing under the skin surface are mostly due to circulation issues. Dysfunctional valves cause the blood to flow backwards (instead of toward the heart) and collect in the veins making them larger and more noticeable.

man is running through the autumn park by pathway

Now is the perfect time to contact the Vein Center at Brinton Lake for an evaluation and treatment. Why do we say this?

The Need For Compression Stockings

It is uncomfortable wearing the compression stockings needed during treatments for varicose veins in the hot summer. During fall and winter they can be hidden in many ways. These socks promote better circulation and help with healing.

Rock them with your jeans and no one will be the wiser.

Less Sun In The Autumn

We don’t spend days in the sun and at the beach during cooler weather. It is important to stay out of the sun while varicose vein treatment is proceeding. Several of the vein treatments require staying out of the sun for proper healing.

Enough Time To Heal

Varicose vein treatment can be a time investment. How long you need treatment and recovery is determined by the extent of your condition.

Easier To See Varicose Veins In Fall And Winter

With less physical activity in the cooler months, varicose veins show up more clearly. When circulation decreases, the veins stand out more. This helps the Vein Center at Brinton Lake better identify problems.

Fall Insurance Benefits

It is possible to use your FSA, HSA, and/or HRA to pay for vein treatments. It is important to check with your health administrator and whether your physician deems the treatment medically necessary. Purely cosmetic treatments will most likely not be eligible.

In addition, if you begin treatment before the end of the year, you may have already met your insurance deductible, which may mean less out-of-pocket costs.

Easy To Hide Any Side Effects

During fall and winter you can easily hide any side effects like discoloration, mild bruising, swelling, or redness.

Don’t wait to schedule an appointment with the Vein Center at Brinton Lake, as this is the busiest time for vein treatments for all the reasons mentioned above.

Request an Appointment for Vein Disease Treatment

Contact the Vein Center at Brinton Lake at (610) 579-3516, or request an appointment online, to schedule an evaluation and learn about treatment options for varicose veins at our office in Glen Mills, PA!

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