Varicose veins are swollen blood vessels visible through the skin. They are seen most commonly in the legs. Spider veins, by contrast, are smaller.
Are you suffering from varicose veins, spider veins or the other painful and uncomfortable signs of venous disease? Check out some of these circulation tips to help.
It’s always beautiful in San Diego, but summer is especially wonderful because the heat promises more barbecues, more beach time, and more fun in the sun. It also provides an excuse to show more skin.
Traveling during the holidays can be stressful and also painful on your body, especially if you are dealing with varicose and spider veins. Here are some tips to help minimize pain during travel.
Many patients with varicose veins are interested in the new treatment Varithena because, in many cases, it can completely eliminate varicose veins symptoms.
If you suffer from varicose and spider veins and are looking for ways to minimize their appearance there are a couple of things you can do to help hide them.
Whichever varicose vein procedure you choose, including Clarivein, you’ll get the peace of mind knowing you’re in the hands of an expert at San Diego Varicose Vein Treatment Center.
Radiofrequency ablation is a procedure that treats varicose veins by heating them with radiofrequency waves. It is fast, safe and offers minimal pain.
Just hearing the words, “varicose veins” probably calls to mind unsightly, purplish bulging veins on the back of a thigh, calf, or knee. And, yep, that’s pretty much what they look like, but did you know that you can get varicose veins from standing or sitting too much?
It’s important to know the health problems associated with varicose veins, which can be a sign of blood clots or the more dangerous deep vein thrombosis.