Spider veins are a common aliment, but did you know that more than 80 million Americans suffer from the following vein diseases: spider veins, large ropey varicose veins, or venous leg ulcers.
It wasn’t long ago that I noticed the faint appearance of spider veins on my upper thigh area, I didn’t think too much of it other than UGH! Until, I did a little research on understanding vein disease. I was surprise to find that certain other aliments along when combine with the presence of my spider veins might mean a bit more. Symptoms such as pain, fatigue, itching, burning, swelling and restlessness, to the point that you feel the need to keep your legs constantly moving – ding, ding - might lead you to follow up with a doctor or a vein clinic specializing exclusively in vein disease treatment.
If you think you too might need a follow up the Vein Clinics of America – or the VCA- might be the answer you’re looking for. With over 30 years of experience the VCA physicians, believe that pursuing excellence in the treatment of vein disorders requires a full-time commitment, and specialize in Phlebology, the medical specialty of treating vein disease.
Don’t let the fear of possible surgery hold you back from feeling your best. At Vein Clinics of America all across the nation they use today's advanced technology, making vein disorders treatable through safer and more effective techniques that don't require surgery.
There are so many worries in life, why prolong treatment when it’s been made so simple – now I just have to tell myself that. Here is to a new year, and a healthy you!