Sclerotherapy is just one of the effective ways to eliminate unsightly spider veins. Its extensive track record as a therapy is a testament to its success as a spider vein removal treatment.
The body's circulation system is responsible for sending blood, oxygen, and nutrients throughout the body. So, when blood flow to a specific part is reduced, you may experience what is known as poor circulation. Essentially, there is not enough blood flow to a certain area of the body.
Have you been experiencing pain or aches in your legs? Tiredness or fatigue? Itching or burning? Skin discoloration? Or, have you noticed an increasing amount of spider veins and varicose veins?
While we have all been stuck at home one way or another, it's important not to forget about your vein health. There are some basic tips that not only can help your veins maintain maximum health, but will also positively affect your overall health.
When you hear the term vascular surgeon, you may think you only need to see one when you need surgery. However, today’s vascular surgeon does so much more than surgery. Vascular surgeons are specially trained to collaborate with other medical professionals to develop patient-centered care plans.
Did you know that you had different types of veins situated in different parts and levels of your body? And depending on which vein you’re talking about, there could be various conditions that affect them.