Many patients contemplating varicose vein removal want to know if their problem veins will be gone for good after one session. Typically, the answer is no. Look at it this way; do you only visit your dentist, OB/GYN or cardiologist once in your life? Not likely.
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It’s quite common for physically active individuals suffering with varicose veins to be concerned about undergoing varicose vein treatment. They often wonder if treatments such as laser vein ablation in Mequon will interfere with their daily fitness routine. Thankfully, with today’s advanced technology and treatment options, invasive varicose vein surgery in Mequon requiring lengthy recovery […]
As many as 40 million Americans are affected by vein disease and its painful symptoms. Yet, a great deal of those suffering with aching legs and leg swelling in Sheboygan chose to simply live with these painful conditions, not realizing the danger untreated vein disease poses.
Carrying around extra fat can have a serious negative impact on your body’s processes, including the health of your veins. Excess weight is shown to contribute to leg pain and leg swelling in patients, as well as to the formation of varicose veins.
Our vein doctor is board certified and special trained in the area of vein diagnosis and treatment. Our initial goal in is to identify and understand the causes of a patient’s leg pain and swelling, and to inform them of the available treatment options. Knowing what to expect during this vein screening can be helpful […]
Less than 10 years ago patients suffering from vein disease were faced with painful surgery and extended recovery time in the hospital in order to do away with their affliction. Thankfully, the times of invasive vein procedures and extended hospital stays are a thing of the past. Today, vein centers exist to allow for relatively […]
Sclerotherapy is a safe and minimally invasive spider vein treatment used in Mequon. The procedure involves inserting a thin, small-gauge needle directly into the malfunctioning vein, where a solution is then delivered, causing the vein to collapse and seal shut. Blood is then re-routed to healthy veins in the surrounding area. Eventually, the diseased vein […]
Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy is used to treat spider veins and small varicosities. This type of treatment uses an ultrasound guide, allowing vein specialists to see the diseased veins more clearly and create a precise map of spider veins within the legs. This procedure can reduce the need for surgery and is especially effective for veins […]
Regular exercise can strengthen muscles and increase blood circulation throughout the body, and is recommended by venous specialists as a way to thwart leg pain and vein disease. Yet, not all exercise is created equal. High-impact activities such as running can actually place too much strain on veins. These extended periods of this strain over […]
Venous insufficiency is not uncommon nor is it benign, as many suffering from its’ leg pain symptoms can attest to. Venous insufficiencies can fluctuate in their levels of severity from spider veins, or the small, visible, dilated blood vessels just below the surface of the skin to larger, rope-like varicose veins.