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Laser Vein Treatment vs. Sclerotherapy For Spider Veins

Although spider veins are common and usually harmless, they can also be irritating, embarrassing and negatively impact your self-confidence. Lifestyle changes and compression stockings are typically the first line of defense against these enlarged and visible vessels. When these methods fall short, a medical procedure may be needed to eliminate the affected veins. Sclerotherapy andRead More

Spider Vein Treatments

Spider veins are not typically accompanied by symptoms, and they are not usually a serious medical concern. However, their unsightly appearance can become a cosmetic nuisance, keeping you from wearing shorts and avoiding the pool. The presence of spider veins may also mark the beginning of circulation in some cases, which is why an assessmentRead More

Healthy Veins = A Healthy Heart

You probably know that a healthy heart is imperative for a long, productive life. Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S., accounting for about 801,000 deaths in this country every year, according to the American Heart Association. Around 2,200 people die of cardiovascular disease every day, which is more thanRead More

Why Choose Vein Care Center?

Vein disease requires specialized care to receive an accurate diagnosis of the problem and the best possible treatment options. At Vein Care Center, you will receive the high level of service you are looking for, from a staff that is trained to handle all types of vein disease. They are also the only accredited VascularRead More

7 Reasons to Choose Vein Care Center

1) IAC Accredited in Vein Centers and Vascular Testing The Vein Care Center is the 4th in the state and part of the first 50 in the country to be designated as an accredited Vein Center 2) Patients are treated like family We work closely with the hospitals and providers in the area to provideRead More

Difference Between Compression Stockings and T.E.D. Hose

One of the most common methods of maintenance for venous disease is to wear compression stockings. However, many people mistake true medical compression stockings for thrombo-embolic deterrent (T.E.D.) hose. There are three major differences between the two: the level of compression, reason for wearing them, and physical appearance. Medical Compression Stockings Level of compression: >15Read More

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