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When to seek treatment for varicose and spider veins

When to seek treatment for varicose and spider veins

If you suffer from varicose and spider veins, you are not alone. It is estimated that nearly one in four people in this country experience some form of leg vein disorder during their lifetime. Understanding the roles of exercise, diet, and hormones can minimize your risk and control progression; but if varicose veins are already a problem, modern techniques, including spider vein removal have made treatment of this common condition more effective and safer than ever before. NOTE: Most health insurances are accepted.

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Diet & Exercise»

9 Easy Steps to Ease Painful Symptoms of Varicose Veins (0)

9 Easy Steps to Ease Painful Symptoms of Varicose Veins

The following steps are not only beneficial for those already suffering from varicose veins but also decrease the likelihood of developing varicose veins in the future. 1. Elevate your feet at least once a day for 15 minutes. When seated at work or home simply put your feet on a elevated surface 2. Avoid tight […]

Laser Treatments»

Endovenous Laser Treatment Results (2 weeks) (0)

ELVeS™, a minimally-invasive laser treatment for varicose veins. The procedure requires no incisions and requires only local anesthesia, which means patients can walk home directly after treatment with no downtime. Treatment generally takes less than an hour and has virtually instant relief from venous reflux symptoms. More information on endovenous laser treatment >>

Varicose & Spider Vein Removal»

Sclerotherapy Basics (0)

A well-proven procedure for the treatment of varicose veins and “spider veins,” sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive medical procedure. During the sclerotherapy procedure, a saline solution is injected into the affected vein using very fine needles. This solution causes the vein to collapse and ultimately disappear . The number of veins injected in one session is variable, […]