With March being Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Awareness Month, we want to dedicate this blog post to the causes of DVT and its dangers.
Microphlebectomy, the medical term for the removal of large or medium-sized protruding varicose veins is a procedure that can work for you. But, it requires a trained physician to evaluate if this is the right treatment to undertake.
At the Vein Institute of New Jersey we spend a great deal of time educating our patients on the various varicose and spider veins removal treatment options. It has been a proud tradition of ours since our founding in 1963, to ensure sound medical advice and treatments as well as a new outlook on life.
This article was published recently in My Central Jersey's Healthwise section: You may have had varicose veins for some time and someone has told you they could be dangerous.
PAD — short for Peripheral Arterial Disease — occurs when the arteries in your body become clogged with plaque. This tends to occur over time — usually as we age — and is best thought of as the “opposite” of a tree growing in your backyard.
With Spring upon us, you may be taking a look in the mirror and asking if your legs are warm-weather ready when it comes time to shed that winter clothing.