Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a disease that affects the deep veins in your body, most commonly occurring in the legs. This disease is characterized by clot formation in one or more of the deep veins leading to various symptoms and complications. The condition affects around 900,000 people annually in the US only, and statistics...
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You may be wondering if and when to see a vascular specialist for a health concern. Vascular specialists are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat vascular disease, including diseases of the arteries, veins, and lymphatic vessels. Here are common reasons why a patient may see a vascular physician. Arterial conditions Nearly 6.5 million people in...
Endovenous laser therapy has definite advantages. This is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat varicose veins and spider veins.
Many wonder if there is a connection between weight loss and spider veins. Read our blog to learn more on how they two are connected.
It’s essential to have a physician examine your varicose veins because they can cause other health problems; learn about other benefits here.
While many vein conditions are unavoidable or genetic, exercise is an excellent way to help stave off other vein conditions.
Chronic venous insufficiency is a very serious condition, so if you have any symptoms, it’s crucial to speak with your doctor. Learn more about CVI here.
In this blog, we’re going to take a look at some of the misinformation surrounding spider veins.
When considering the dangers of smoking, most people think about the lungs or cosmetic factors such as yellow teeth and wrinkled skin. But smoking also has a detrimental impact on vein and artery health.
The holiday months are here, which means many of us will travel to celebrate with friends and family. While it’s an exciting time, it’s crucial to remember that travel, specifically air travel, can cause blood clots. Also known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT), blood clots pose serious risks to travels. DVT occurs when a blood...