Are you suffering from enlarged veins around your legs and/or feet? Venous diseases are common occurrences in many of us as we age, but that doesn’t mean we should tolerate the appearance of these veins as well as the potential discomfort they may cause. We at the United Vein Centers specialize in vein health and provide varicose vein removal across the country in various states from Arizona to Tampa, Florida. Some people believe vein treatments are intimidating surgical procedures, but thanks to our dedicated staff of board-certified physicians and state-of-the-art technologies, this is far from the truth. There are a lot of important details we’d like to share with you today about venous disease so that you know what to expect when seeking treatment.

 

What is Venous Disease?

Venous disease in the legs is a condition caused by the pooling of blood on the valves within our veins. This pooling of blood is caused in part by gravity along with a weakened vascular system. Veins are responsible for transporting low oxygen blood back to the heart from other parts of the body. In the case of your legs, this means the blood needs to be pumped vertically upward against the force of gravity. For some, this process isn’t without complications, and a weaker vascular system can mean that some blood ends up trickling back down the veins. When this happens, you have the result of blood pooling on the vein valves.

 

Varicose veins are the swollen veins you see on the surface of the skin. Sometimes these are painless but can still be an unwanted sight. In other cases, patients may experience discomfort, pain, and tightness among several other symptoms as a result of this disease. In these cases, vein treatment is more important in getting the patients feeling happy and healthy once more.

 

Treatment Options for Enlarged Veins

There are a few things you can do to lower your risk for the development of venous disease or to help existing conditions. The first and most straightforward solution is to elevate your legs daily to make it easier for your veins to pump blood without needing to fight gravity. The other option is all about getting plenty of exercise. Proper exercise can also help improve one’s vascular health, which helps fend off potential venous diseases, though it can only lower one’s risk.

 

Regarding treatment options while seeking help from a specialist, the most common solution is sclerotherapy. This procedure is both fast and minimally invasive. Essentially, a medicine is injected into the enlarged vein, which causes the vein to close in on itself. The vein is then absorbed back into the body, and the patient can then be on their way. 

 

Contact Us for Your Varicose Vein Removal Session

If you’re suffering from enlarged veins due to venous disease, then varicose vein removal may be a great option for you. The United Vein Centers are located around the country, such as in Tampa and Chicago. Check out our website to find your nearest center so that our team of specialists can help you feel happier and healthier.

 

*Due to legal limitations, our Free Screening offer cannot be extended to Medicare or Medicaid beneficiaries or other recipients of federal or state health care benefit programs.

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