If you shy away from wearing skirts or shorts in the summer, is it because you don’t want to display the unflattering spider veins on your legs? Both men and women can have this issue, and not only are they unsightly and possibly uncomfortable, … Continue reading →
Varicose veins affect 1 out of 2 individuals age 50 and older and 15-25% of all adults. … Continue reading →
We’re excited to be offering CEP Compression Socks!
These socks improve blood flow, reduce muscle soreness and quicken recovery time.
Stop in today to be measured and choose from a huge selection of colors. Your legs will thank you. … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Dr. Muetterties, Dr. Brecher, and Dr. Becker
for being named Main Line Today Top Docs again in 2015!
Also check out the Vein Center at Brinton Lake’s Physician Profile
in Main Line Today Magazine.
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Contact the Vein Center at Brinton Lake at (610) 579-3516, … Continue reading →
DVT is a blood clot that can form in either the deep veins of the legs or the veins of the upper extremities. … Continue reading →
Venous insufficiency is a very common condition resulting from decreased blood flow from the leg veins up to the heart, with pooling of blood in the veins. Normally, one-way valves in the veins keep blood flowing toward the heart, against the force of gravity. … Continue reading →
Venous insufficiency is a common condition that affects close to half of the United States population. In fact, 50 percent of women and 40 percent of men have venous disease.
Risk Factors for Venous Disease
Though so much of the population is affected by venous disease, … Continue reading →
Varicose veins are swollen veins that are visible just under the surface of the skin. They are a very common problem, affecting half of people 50 years of age or older. … Continue reading →
If your doctor has scheduled you for an operation, you are probably already wondering what’s it like to have surgery?
For most people, just the thought of having surgery can be stressful. You can reduce much of your anxiety by learning what to expect both during surgery and recovery afterwards. … Continue reading →
This minimally-invasive treatment is an outpatient procedure performed using imaging guidance, at our Brinton Lake office. After applying local anesthetic to the vein, the interventional radiologist inserts a thin catheter, about the size of a strand of spaghetti, into the vein and guides it up the great saphenous vein in the thigh. … Continue reading →