What Are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins tend to form in the lower legs for a very good reason. They are symptomatic of an inability of the body to circulate blood upward against the pull of gravity.
While non-invasive procedures, such as VenaSeal and ClosureFast, lasers, sclerotherapy, and phlebectomy are the most common types of treatment sought by patients who suffer from vein disease, there is one more option – compression stockings.
If you have recently been diagnosed with vein disease or venous disease, you may be wondering if it is a serious disorder that could dramatically impact your life. Unfortunately, answering that question isn’t as easy as people may think.
VenaSeal™ is an exciting new vein treatment option for varicose veins offered by Desert Vein Institute. c Until late last year, there were essentially two categories of varicose vein “eliminators” that vein surgeons used to collapse and destroy diseased, varicos
Varicose veins affect a lot of people. According to the Society for Vascular Surgery, up to 35 percent of people in the US have or will have varicose veins.