Vein Institute of NJ - Helpful Articles

How to Properly Diagnose Varicose Veins

When faced with medical decisions, the right choice is not always easy. Assimilating information from physicians (especially when utilizing Dr. Google!) can be confusing and conflicting. While “getting a second opinion” is often a good idea, getting that first opinion may be more difficult, especially when it comes[…]

Latest Treatment Options for Carotid Artery Disease

Carotid artery disease, also known as carotid artery stenosis, is a common condition that is usually caused by atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). The carotid arteries bring blood to the brain so it may function. When plaque builds up in the carotid artery, a piece can break off traveling to the brain and[…]

Sclerotherapy Treatment: What to Expect Before, During and After

Sclerotherapy, an effective treatment for varicose and spider veins, is one that we perform daily at the Vein Institute of NJ. It’s also a convenient, non-invasive procedure that is both simple and quick – most visits take about 20 minutes.

PAD Symptoms and Diagnosis: What You Need to Know

The most typical indication of lower-extremity peripheral artery disease is severe muscular cramps in the pelvis, quadriceps, or legs, which occur while walking, stair climbing, or doing other physical activities.

The Connection Between Varicose Veins and Pregnancy

A pregnancy is one of the most wonderful and miraculous experiences we go through as human beings. The concept of giving birth transcends medical practicality and serves to continue the circle of life.

Diabetes: Its Link to Vascular Disease and Foot Ulcers

As November is American Diabetes Month we wanted to talk about the relationship between Diabetes and Vascular diseases and what you can do to treat wounds related to diabetic foot ulcers.

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