Did You Know Skin Conditions Can Be Linked To Your Varicose Veins

When you think of varicose veins, you might instantly think of big and bulging purple veins in legs. While this sight isn’t the best, they may also cause pain, cramping, swelling, itching, and aches. Did you know that vein disease can affect your skin? United Vein Centers are the perfect place to go for your condition in Arizona. 

We provide an in-office procedure, with little to no downtime, and you can go back to work as soon as the same day. They have lots of facilities across the US with board-certified doctors, and are covered by most insurances. They don’t want the procedures to sound scary, so not too much detail about the procedures themselves is provided, but they are minimally invasive. With state-of-the-art technology/cutting edge technology, we have you covered.

Types of Varicose Veins and Conditions

When your veins have difficulty sending blood back to your heart, this indicates a chronic venous insufficiency. As a result, the blood then collects in your limbs, which leads to inflammation and skin changes. These types of conditions can be related to varicose veins.

  • Venous Eczema

This skin disease occurs on the lower legs due to the fluid buildup and affects the ankles and shins. The skin becomes thick, itchy, flaky, discoloured, and prone to bleeding. But with state-of-the-art technology/cutting edge technology, we provide in-office procedure, so you can go back to work as soon as the same day.

  • Psoriasis

Most don’t think of this as vein issues, but a study performed by National Institutes of Health found a link between psoriasis and blood vessel inflammation. A chronic skin disease, it has patches of flaky red skin, by slamp, face, elbows, knees, and lower back. United Vein Centers are carrying board-certified doctors to help. They don’t want the procedures to sound scary so not too much detail about the procedures themselves, but we have minimally invasive methods to help you.

  • Venous Ulcers

It starts with discoloration on the inside of the leg, above the ankle, and appears as a bruise or broken skin. It also comes with pain, swelling, and itching. The problem will clear up in a couple weeks, but when someone suffers from vein disease, the wound never heals. Board-certified doctors and specialists can help diagnose this problem to help you find relief.

How To Find Relief

United Vein Centers are provided with state-of-the-art technology/cutting edge technology. Our in-office procedure is minimally invasive, so you can go back to work as soon as the same day. They are covered by most insurances and they have lots of facilities across the US.

Choose United Vein Centers

With United Vein Centers, our services are covered by most insurances in Arizona. UVC does provide information about our surgeries, but they don’t want the procedures to sound scary so not too much detail about the procedures themselves is on this blog. They have lots of facilities across the US. Call us for more information about varicose vein diseases and what you can do for treatment. 

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