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The Importance of Getting Your Ultrasounds Standing Up

Duplex Ultrasonography is the essential tools for evaluating patients with varicose vein disease. While there are other evaluation techniques, ultrasound is the preferred method of examining venous physiology and anatomy. Moreover, Doppler ultrasound is also used to assess the effectiveness of minimally invasive varicose vein treatments.

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5 Reasons People Dislike Varicose Veins

There's no question that varicose veins are progressive and, over time, can cause damage besides being unsightly. Instead people focus often on the cosmetic concerns. However, there are plenty of reasons to dislike varicose veins aside from the cosmetic ones. In this article we will discuss five of these reasons. 

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5 Myths About Leg Health You Should Ignore

There are thousands of websites on the Internet that claim to have accurate information about staying healthy and “curing” aliments from home. Unfortunately, a lot of this information is false and can be dangerous if followed. To keep yourself healthy, it’s always better to talk to a board-certified physician about anything that you’re dealing with—especially when it comes to vein disease. To get you started, here are five myths about leg health that you should ignore.

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9 Common Misconceptions About Vein Treatment

Your veins, arteries, and capillaries work to provide your body with the essential nourishment it needs to perform each and every day. Unfortunately, damages can occur, and the result is varicose veins or spider veins. When this happens, it’s important to seek treatment to ensure that your body is healthy, and you avoid serious complications. While not everyone is excited about treatment, it’s not nearly as bad as you’d think. Here are 9 common misconceptions about vein treatment.

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What NOT to Do in the Varicose Veins Practice

There’s a lot of conflicting information that circulates the Internet. Knowing what is true and what’s not is important, especially when it comes to your health, but how can you trust the information out there? One of the best things to do is make sure you’re reading a reputable source of information from a credible company or business. If they post information within their specialty, that’s even better. At Illinois Vein Specialists, we want to make sure that you have the information you need to stay healthy and live a lifestyle free of any varicose vein pain or complications. In this article, we’ll go over a few things on what NOT to do in the varicose vein industry or if you think you have varicose veins.

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