Archive for October 2016
Firefighters: Higher Risk of Venous Insufficiency and Vascular Disease
One might think that the biggest cause of injury among American firefighters would be burns and collapsing structures. However, more than just skin and bones, it is the firefighter’s vascular system that is at risk. There are a number of reasons why firefighters are especially susceptible to vascular injury, and why they in particular need…Read More
RadioFrequency Ablation: How it works
Perhaps the most important thing to know about Radiofrequency Vein Ablation, is that it has a high success rate in treatment of varicose veins. Additionally, it is minimally invasive, minimally painful, has low rates of complication, can be performed in-office, and has a very rapid recovery time, usually about a day. The Venous Ablation Process…Read More
Common Symptoms of CVI – Should you be concerned?
The concern about having or developing Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) is a great reason to have your varicose veins fully assessed by a qualified Vein Specialist. Why should I be concerned about the symptoms of Chronic Veins Insufficiency? Chronic Venous Insufficiency, also known as Venous Reflux Disease or Venous Stasis, refers to a condition of inadequate…Read More
Can Varicose Vein Pain be Eliminated?
Can Varicose Vein Pain be Eliminated? It is the end of a long day, and suddenly you realize that the varicose veins that you barely considered this morning are working hard to get your attention. They ache, and your legs feel heavy and are getting swollen. Especially if you have been ignoring them all day,…Read More