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VEIN DISEASE

What is Venous Reflux Disease?

Venous insufficiency is a condition in which the veins have problems sending blood from the legs back to the heart. Normally, valves in your deeper leg veins keep your blood flowing back toward the heart so it does not collect in one place. But the valves in varicose veins are either damaged or missing. This causes the veins to stay filled with blood, especially when you are standing. Chronic venous insufficiency is a long-term condition. It occurs because a vein is partly blocked, or blood is leaking around the vales of the veins. Venous Reflux Disease is progressive and over time symptoms can worsen if left untreated.

 

RISK FACTORS

Varicose Veins                        veinpics

Previous Vein Thrombosis

Any Blood Clot / Disorder         

Family History Vein Disorder                

Obesity                                    

Inactivity / Standing / Sitting                

50 Years Old or Older                        

Muscle Weakness                        

Pregnancy

 

SYMPTOMS

Prominent Varicose Veins or Spider Veins

Achiness / Throbbing / Pain in legs

Heaviness / Tiredness in legs

Itching / Burning in legs

Swelling                      

Leg Cramping                

Leg Restlessness                   

Skin Ulcers / Wounds / Sores           

Bleeding from Vein

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY RISK FACTORS AND / OR EXPERIENCING ANY SYMPTOMS GIVE US A CALL IMMEDIATELY FOR A SCREENING CONSULTATION AND TREATMENT OPTIONS                

 

DIAGNOSING VEIN DISEASE

A Vein Disease diagnostic workup starts with medical history, a physical examination of the varicose veins, the feet, and legs. However a history and exam alone are not enough. Therefore diagnosing Vein Disease accurately also requires a Venous Duplex Ultrasound in order to further analyze the extent of the venous insufficiency, as well as determine whether other health issues are involved. The Duplex Ultrasound test is simple, noninvasive and only takes about 30 minutes. A Duplex Ultrasound is a vascular ultrasound procedure that uses sound waves which produce images that can assess the structure of the leg veins and the flow of blood. Once the venous insufficiency is properly diagnosed, options are explored for the varicose vein treatment that will yield the most beneficial results.

 

TREATMENT

Vein Disease is easily treated at BGMG.  Our vein procedures are minimally invasive and can be completed in-office, easing your discomfort and cosmetic concerns with just a simple procedure.  We provide state of the art treatment with Advanced Laser Treatment, Radio Frequency and Clarivein.

 

PROCEDURAL HIGHLIGHTS

Relief of symptoms

Outpatient procedure

Can be performed under local anesthesia

Most patients resume normal activities with 1-2 day

Good cosmetic with minimal or no scarring, bruising or swelling

 

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