If you’ve recently developed varicose veins, you may be wondering if there’s anything you can do to naturally get rid of them. While there are some steps that can be taken to alleviate some of the discomfort, most of the time varicose veins won’t disappear naturally over time.
1. What special training or certification do you have in vein care and where did you receive your training?
When searching for someone to treat your varicose veins, one of the most important things you can do for yourself is to find someone who has demonstrated their commitment to the practice of Phlebology - the study, diagnosis, and treatment of vein disease - through their membership and board certification with the American College of Phlebology (now known as Venous and Lymphatic Medicine).
As a member of this society your varicose vein doctor will be held to the highest standards of venous care providing specialized training in both the treatment of venous and lymphatic disease and diagnostic ultrasound.
Important Facts about Vein Disease-Varicose Veins.
If you or someone you know suspects the possibility of having vein disease because of the various symptoms of vein disease: leg and ankle swelling, discoloration, poor wound healing, etc., here are several important things you need to know.