Our vein specialists educate patients on the causes and origins of vein disease. Once the root causes of a vein condition is identified, we can develop a unique treatment plan for your specific case.
Varicose veins are enlarged, protruding veins that are visible on the legs or other parts of the body. In addition, varicose veins can often indicate an underlying vein disease that, if caught early on, can be stopped in its tracks.
Spider veins are small, thread-like veins that vary in color and can be seen under the surface of the skin. Moreover, they are named for their spider web-like appearance, and are known to be an unsightly nuisance to those who have them.
The veins in the human body play an important role in circulation, carrying blood from the distal parts of the body back to the heart. The venous system is a low pressure low energy system in its non diseased state. Yet, as people age, veins give out and problems can develop in the veins and cause a variety of complications. The facts speak for themselves 50% of Americans over the age of 50 has some sort of medical vein disease.
While nearly 25% (4.5 billion) of the global adult population (18+) suffers from chronic venous insufficiency, only 1.1 million are actually treated annually. Fortunately, by identifying varicose veins and discussing treatment options with a vein specialist, you can help halt the progression of the condition.