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Why Laser Vein Treatment is the Preferred Method

Why Laser Vein Treatment is the Preferred Method. Clinical Trial Compares Treatments.

A recent study conducted by the New England Journal of Medicine collected data from 11 varicose vein centers in the United Kingdom which compared treatments for vein disease - finding endovenous laser therapy to be the best option available today for the treatment of the saphenous vein system (medical not necessarily cosmetic vein treatment).

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FDA approved sclerosant for Spider Veins- Few facts to know

Why using an FDA approved sclerosant for Spider Veins Treatment is so Important.

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Will I need these varicose veins later on?

Will I need these (varicose) veins later on? What if I have had previous vein removal, can you treat more veins?

Many patients ask questions regarding the fact that we are treating veins from their body that upon treatment dissolve into the blood, often worried that they will in some way need them later on.  Frequently, a patient will inquire about losing veins that may potentially be needed for something like a heart bypass, or whether (for patients that have had previous vein stripping, etc) they can even remove any more veins.  

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Common Occupations that May Contribute to Varicose Veins.

Common Occupations that May Contribute to Varicose Veins.

Although the primary cause of varicose veins is heredity, with nearly half the adult population suffering as a result, there are many contributing factors that can increase the likelihood of developing varicose veins or exacerbate the problem once you have them.  For instance, certain occupations that require long periods of standing can often contribute and increase the symptoms associated with your vein disease.  

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Common Summer Activities Affected by Varicose Veins


Varicose veins and spider veins are frequently known to cause various symptoms, like leg pain, swelling, heaviness, fatigue, etc. These symptoms not only can affect your work schedule, but they also can significantly affect your ability to participate in social activities and even normal daily activities at home. Here is a look at some of the most common summer activities that people often miss out on as a result of their varicose and spider veins.

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