If you’ve heard tales about gruesome vein surgery and a long painful recovery, you are talking to the wrong people. Today’s varicose vein treatments are simple non-invasive procedures which get you moving almost immediately with virtually no downtime. So let’s reveal the truth about varicose vein treatments and the recovery period.
As we get older, many changes occur that affect our bodies and our health. Our vision changes, our muscles weaken, our stamina decreases, and our circulation suffers. This is especially true when the valves in our legs stop working properly. Those valves are supposed to keep our blood moving forward toward the heart and lungs, but age and other issues can intervene. One result can be a venous ulcer. Here are six signs you have a venous ulcer.
Many people with unsightly varicose veins or spider veins use makeup to hide them. Others simply avoid wearing shorts or skirts during the summertime to prevent anyone from seeing them. If you are adventurous and want to consider doing a tattoo over the veins to camouflage them, think again. Tattoos and varicose veins are a dangerous combination.
Most adults know that those ugly protruding purple blue veins that show up on legs are called varicose veins. If you have them, you also know they can be uncomfortable and make your legs feel heavy. Maybe you hide them from view because you are embarrassed by them, but do you really know what causes varicose veins in legs?
Men and women who are unlucky enough to have varicose veins should keep reading. We will reveal some tips for relieving painful, itchy, swollen legs caused by varicose veins.
Being able to even see your feet is hard enough while pregnant. But imagine looking down an seeing new veins popping up all over your legs. Although it’s probably the last thing you want to hear about, varicose veins are actually a common occurrence among pregnant women.
Here are a few tips for safely preventing and treating this pesky pregnancy problem!
While many find the warmer weather a chance to pull out their shorts and summer dresses, others wish they could keep their winter leggings on forever. Unsightly varicose veins are an embarrassment and many like to keep them hidden even in the hot weather. Fortunately, there is some new technology that helps including how varicose veins are treated. Now is the time to learn about the benefits of radiofrequency ablation for varicose veins.
We are all familiar with those unsightly varicose and spider veins that can show up on our legs to ruin our summer fun. What you might not know is that those damaged veins and venous insufficiency can lead to even uglier consequences—namely, ulcers. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce your risk of developing venous ulcers.
You finally made the decision after last summer you would never again wear long pants to cover up your spider veins and varicose veins on a hot day. You realized it was time to do something else. If so, then you should read this article about what to expect before and after sclerotherapy treatment for spider and varicose veins.
We are providing free private vein screening for patients.
Appointments are required and you make that appointment by calling 610-579-3516
We will provide the vein screening on the following dates:
Thursday 2/23/2023, Tuesday 3/28/2023, Tuesday 4/25/2023