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Why now is the best time to get your varicose veins treated.

We've all seen them, the large protruding snake like figures covering the surface of many legs across the US. Varicose veins are a serious medical condition affecting nearly half the population, with symptoms of swelling, discomfort, achy tired legs to name a few. While varicose veins should be treated regardless of having any pain or discomfort, there is no better time to do so then right now.

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5 Things You Need To Know About Treatment For Vein Disease

office-06.jpgAlthough many people are unaware of the extent and severity of vein disease, it is one of the most common to affect Americans today.  Nearly a third of the entire U.S. population, more than 80 million people, suffers from the painful and unsightly disease. 

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Veins Be Gone: What Are You Waiting For? The Pain is Over


As a vein doctor I notice varicose and spider veins not only on my patients, but everywhere I go. Because I have expertise in treating vein disease you might think I am biased, but I assure you I see them in a large portion of the population. This happens mostly during summertime when the weather is hot and people are wearing  shorts and dresses. The other day I was at lunch and noticed what looked like a grandma and her granddaughter eating lunch and noticed that the grandmother had varicose and spider veins on her legs. What I wondered to myself was: What percent of the U.S. population actually gets treated for vein disease?

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Will Insurance Cover Varicose Vein Treatment. End of the Year Elective Procedures, and more...

As the end of the year quickly approaches many people are in a rush to finally get in any elective procedures they may have put off for insurance reasons. With more popular non-invasive procedures like varicose vein treatment, many doctors may see an increase during the end of the year, and you may find it difficult to get an appointment. Although higher deductibles have increased the trend for waiting until the winter season, you may be relieved to find out that most insurance covers a majority of your varicose vein treatment even if you cannot get in before the years up.

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